Central Oregon Real Estate News


May 29, 2019

Wine Culture - Central Oregon


Wine Culture - Central Oregon


Wine culture in Central Oregon is alive and well. Award winning wineries, wine shops and bars, as well as events held regularly celebrating Central Oregon’s vineyards, Bend has plenty to offer to even the most selective of pallets.


First to be mentioned has to be Portello Winecraft. Portello cut no corners when constructing their cafe. Tables made from salvaged cherry barrels and brick walls taken from turn of the century Portland buildings, Portello has carved out it’s own laid back atmosphere. Terrific salads, paninis, pasta and more are all available throughout the week for lunch and dinner. With patio seating during the summer months along with music on Saturdays, all that's missing is you. Lunch and Dinner


Between Smith Rock and the Cascade Mountains sits Maragas Winery. Established in 1999, Maragas Winery has created a quiet and meaningful environment where favorites like zinfandel, cabernet franc, pinot noir, pinot meunier, chardonnay, and many more are grown. Doors are open year round for wine tasting and events are held regularly.

Just 14 miles fro

m Smith Rock State Park sits Faith Hope & Charity Vineyards. The beautiful grounds are accompanied by 15 acres of vineyards, a pond, and even a llama or two strolling around. Doors are open for wine tasting seven days a week, as well as music on Saturday nights and regular events throughout the year. Along with your wine be sure to try their signature handmade pizza, it’s to die for!


Drop by The Wine Shop and Tasting Bar where over 600 labels from around the world wait for you. With a wine bar holding over 30 different types of wines as well as 16 different taps of award winning craft beers and ciders you are sure to find something to your liking. Want to take a bottle home? The Wine Shop lets customers taste wines before you buy. After 12 years in the business The Wine Shop and Tasting Bar has captured the true vibes of Bend Oregon.


Whatever wine experience you are looking for Bend, Oregon has you covered.

Posted in Community News
May 26, 2019

Central Oregon Saturday Market Opening for the Season

Central Oregon Saturday Market Opening for the Season


Summer is the time to be outside with friends and family. It’s also the time to meet new people and see new things. For Central Oregon the Saturday Market is the place to go for all this and more.


From Memorial Day through Labor Day, 2019 downtown Bend lines it’s streets with local vendors, food trucks, and live music. The streets transform into a colorful display of all the talented, creative, and inspirational people of our city. Finely crafted jewelry, artwork, and clothing are just a couple of things that can be found at the Central Oregon Saturday Market.  Dog lovers will find all things dogs with vendor's selling all the latest and greatest dog gear, which will come in handy for Sunriver Dog Day coming May 27.


The farmers market will be open from 10:00am to 4:00pm every Saturday for three beautiful summer months. Live music will fill the air while local food trucks will fill the stomach. Each week will be different from the last with booths, vendors, music and food changing weekly. Creating a summer tradition with the family has never been easier.

So mark your calendars, this summer's Saturday Market is sure not to disappoint. .

Posted in Community News
April 24, 2019

Playing Golf in Sunriver Resort

Sunriver Golfing:


Golfing, challenging as it can be, may seem only for the veteran player; however, accessibility for all skill levels and ages is achieved through Sunriver dedication to the craft. With two 18-hole courses to choose from within Sunriver itself and a 9-hole course waiting only 5 minutes outside of the Resort, finding your way to a fun and exciting afternoon is right around the corner.




Designed by internationally celebrated Robert Trent Jones Jr., Woodlands is but one of his 250 environmentally responsible masterpieces. With long straight fairways lined in Ponderosa and Lodgepole Pine, the beauty from hole to hole creates a memory of its own to take back with you. This is a great course to hone your skills of long drives and accurate shot placement as to not find yourself a sand bunker or even worse the water.




Straight fairways, dog legs left to right, and slopped greens to match, Meadows is the perfect course to put your skills to the test. Home to USGA and NCAA championships along with the NCAA men's division one championship, Meadows also provides a fun challenge for the novices out there who would like to take on the carefully crafted 9-hole putting course outside of the lodge. Named Top 10 Destinations for Family Golf Golf Digest January 2016, no one can deny that mom dad and the kids will get a fun and exciting afternoon out of this great course.


Caldera Springs

Caldera Springs takes the Sunriver golf experience and brings it down to a calculated 9-hole adventure. Grouped in with Meadows award winning course, Caldera Springs also received Golf Digest’s
Top 10 Destinations for Family Golf January 2016. With each hole exceeding no more than 170 yards you can lighten the load by leaving your bag at home for only a few clubs will be needed to navigate this course. If you find yourself short on time but still want to squeeze in a quick game with the friends before the day takes you to the next attraction, stop by Caldera Springs.

Posted in Just for fun
Feb. 26, 2019

Best March Ever — Things to Do in Bend, Sunriver and Central Oregon

Skiing at Mt. Bachelor - Things to do in Bend March 2019

As Central Oregon realtors, we know the biggest draw to living in Central Oregon — the community and the culture. In Bend, our community includes something for everyone — from the kickoff to Women’s History Month at the MUSE Conference to skiing, snowboarding and winter recreation at Mt. Bachelor. Sample wine and browse local art during the First Friday Art Walk or find your new fishing pole at the Central Oregon Sportsmen’s Show. When you’re looking for things to do in Bend, Sunriver and throughout Central Oregon, Tuttle and Tuttle has you covered with a selection of great events and activities to enhance your lifestyle.

Things to Do in Bend, Sunriver and Central Oregon: March 2019

Muse Conference

February 28 - March 3
Muse Hub, 859 NW Wall St., Bend

The seventh annual MUSE Conference brings together local women and teens in Celebration of International Women’s Day and as a kickoff to Women’s History Month. Internationally recognized artists, authors, athletes, entrepreneurs, activists and social change leaders come together for four days of art installations, keynote talks, live performances, panel discussions, breakout workshops and more.

Central Oregon Sportsmen’s Show

February 28 - March 3
Deschutes County Expo Center, 3800 SW Airport Way, Redmond

Head to Redmond for the annual Central Oregon Sportsmen’s Show, which features more gear and more fun for outdoor sports enthusiasts of all ages. Discover cutting edge sporting and outdoor gear and get information from industry experts. Includes boat show and RV sale.

Downtown Bend Restaurant Week

March 1-9
Various Locations in Downtown Bend

Visit select downtown Bend Restaurants during Restaurant Week for select specialty dishes and discounts on favorite dishes for customers. Participating restaurants include Mantra Indian Cuisine, Drake, Bend Brewing Company, 5 Fusion & Sushi Bar, Jackalope Grill, The Lemon Tree, Salud Raw Food, Worthy Taps & Tacos, Zydeco Kitchen & Cocktails, Joolz, Deschutes Brewery.

First Friday Art Walk

March 1
Various Locations in Downtown Bend

The First Friday Art Walk has become a popular event for locals and visitors alike. Browse art from a variety of local artists on display at businesses throughout downtown Bend. Galleries kick off their monthly shows on First Friday, which includes local beverages, food, music and entertainment as well as art demos and other fun surprises.

Sisters Folk Festival Winter Concert Series

March 6, 7pm
Sisters High School Auditorium, 1700 McKinney Butte Rd., Sisters

A regional favorite, the Sisters Folk Festival brings you excellent live music options through their Winter Concert Series. Darlingside performs this week and the band features superpowered harmonies, drawing comparisons to Simon & Garfunkle, The Byrds, etc. Folk-rock performers River Whyless open the evening.

Cascade Crest Nordic Ski Marathon & Relay

March 9, 9am
Mt. Bachelor, 13000 SW Century Dr., Bend

Calling all winter athletes! Test your limits at the 2019 Cascade Crest Nordic Ski Marathon. Choose from a 50km Skate race, a 25km Skate race, a 10km Skate or Classic race for beginning racers and a 4 x 12.5km Skate relay. Enjoy skiing and the splendor of Broken Top, by skiing on and around Dutchman Flat and Todd Lake before returning to the Mt. Bachelor Nordic Center.

Subaru Winterfest

March 15-17
Mt. Bachelor, 13000 SW Century Dr., Bend

Head up to Mt. Bachelor to celebrate winter with a concert and mountain lifestyle tour. Share your love for all things winter by enjoying live music, gear giveaways, free s’mores, snacks and hot beverages. Subaru owners get VIP parking and a special gift while supplies last during the weekend. Head down to Crow’s Feet Commons in downtown Bend for evening concerts with The Lil Smokies, Langhorne Slim & The Law and G. Love and Special Sauce.

St. Patrick’s Day Dash 2019

March 17, 8:30am
Deschutes Brewery Warehouse, 399 SW Shevlin Hixon Dr., Bend

This family-friendly 5k fun run benefits the Mt. Bachelor Rotary Club-funded Gift of Literacy and J Bar J Youth Services. Enjoy food, beverages and prizes for the best St. Patty’s Day costume. After the race, enjoy live music by The Pitchfork Revolution, food and beer from Deschutes Brewery at the Post-Dash Bash. Costume contest categories include Best Spirited (male/female), Best Spirited Team, Best Family/Group, Best Couple.

High Desert Stampede

March 28-30
Deschutes County Expo Center, 3800 SW Airport Way, Redmond

This fast-paced event draws a wide variety of spectators. Join other rodeo fans for world-champion athletes and animals at the High Desert Stampede. This is an annual Top 40 Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association event.

TedXBend 2019

March 30, 12pm
Bend Senior High School, 230 NE 6th St., Bend

Ted Conferences have popped up and gained popularity throughout the world. TEDxBend features talks, demonstrations and performances under 18 minutes each. Each year, local, national and international speakers and performers descend upon the stage at Bend Senior High School to inspire and engage.

Sunriver Job Fair

March 27, 10am-12pm
SHARC, 57250 Overlook Rd., Sunriver

Moving to Central Oregon and looking for a seasonal summer job in Sunriver? Head down to the Sunriver Job Fair hosted by the Sunriver Owner’s Association. SROA plans to fill more than 100 seasonal staff positions. This event also includes other Sunriver-area businesses looking to fill positions in customer service, food service, retail sales and recreation.

Central Oregon Golf Show

March 30-31
Riverhouse Convention Center

Visitors attending the Central Oregon Golf Show can expect to meet area golf pros, test the newest clubs, get great deals on golf equipment and apparel and start off their season with a bang. This showcases golf equipment and booths for the serious to casual golfer.

How Will You Spend Your Time?

After browsing these great events, which will you plan on attending? Let us know in the comments some of your favorite Central Oregon events, so we can feature these types of gatherings in the future! When you’re ready to make the move to Central Oregon or to sell and upgrade the home you already own here, the team at Tuttle and Tuttle can help you make your housing and real estate dreams come true so you can enjoy more of these great events throughout the year.

Posted in Community News
Feb. 22, 2019

Oregon Sends Statewide Rent Control Bill to Final Vote

Learn more about the Oregon rent control bill heading to the final vote in February.

The biggest news in the Oregon real estate and property management industries comes in a proposed bill that would enact statewide rent control. If Senate Bill 608 receives final approval, Oregon would be the first state to enact statewide rent control. The bill received approval first in the Senate by a vote of 17-11 and also from the House of Human Services and the Housing Committee by a vote of 6-3. It now moves on to the full House. A floor vote could come as early as next week according to Committee chair Alissa Keny-Guyer, D-Portland.

Senate Bill 608 Details

Senate Bill 608 will affect both homeowners and renters throughout the state. The bill itself caps rent increases at 7 percent, plus the annual increase in the consumer price index, inflation. This bill exempts buildings less than 15 years old and also prohibits landlords from evicting tenants for no reason after they have lived in a unit for 12 months or more. This bill includes an emergency clause, which means if Governor Kate Brown signs, as expected, this bill comes law immediately.

Landlords would be free to raise rent without caps if a renter leaves of their own accord. Subsidized rent would also be exempt if Senate Bill 608 becomes law.

Background on Rent Control

Currently, only four states have cities with rent control in place and many states prohibit it. Rent control remains a controversial topic, as some research shows strict rent control to reduce the supply of rentals, which drives up rents in the long run. The proposed cap would be much higher than typical of cities with rent control. Many California communities with rent control report rents only rising by the rate of inflation, or a fraction of it, each year. For Western states, the annual increase ranged from just under 1 percent to 3.6 percent over the past five years.

The Bulletin reports that there were cases when rents rose by hundreds of dollars and in some cases doubled overnight across the state. The bill comes as an effort to stabilize rents and give rents predictability. The intent of the bill is to provide renters with stability while limiting the impact on the supply of rental homes. One concern comes from economic research that shows rent control reducing investment in housing. In other instances, rent control saw landlords converting rental properties into condos or redeveloping the property, resulting in higher rents due to diminishing supply.

Bend currently requires landlords to give tenants 90 days’ notice of a rent increase if they have been living in the rental home for more than a year.

Oregon Statewide Rent Control Bill

Where do you stand on the issue of statewide rent control? As a homeowner, landlord or property owner, does the impending statewide rent control bill in Oregon play into your future plans to purchase or sell rental property real estate? We’d love to hear more about your thoughts on the issue of rent control and how you think the passing of this law will play out in the Central Oregon real estate and rental markets.

If you have an investment property or are considering investing in a rental property, let Tuttle and Tuttle help you understand how this will affect you. Contact us today to start the conversation. 

Posted in News
Feb. 6, 2019

Tuttle and Tuttle Group Elevates Real Estate Marketing with New Website

new Tuttle and Tuttle bend realtor website

Tuttle and Tuttle Group proudly announces the launch of our new, user-focused website. Scott, Jordan and I look forward to better serving our real estate clients in Central Oregon with an improved website with advanced search capabilities for our users. The launch of our new website makes it easier to search for homes sale in Central Oregon, read quality blog content about the industry and trends in our community as well as provides sellers with an excellent resource as they prepare to list their home.

Advantages for Central Oregon Home Search

The launch of the new Tuttle and Tuttle Group website came as a result of our dedication to helping unite the right homes with the right buyers. Having a user-friendly website for our clients to easily navigate stood out as a priority for our business and we hope you’ll take the time to explore the functionality as you search for luxury real estate in Bend, Sunriver, Redmond and all throughout Central Oregon. Quickly search available real estate by area — from Bend’s westside to waterfront properties in Sunriver.

Tuttle and Tuttle Group has always focused our efforts on providing outstanding customer service and the launch of our new website furthers that mission. We specialize in waterfront, golf course, luxury homes and resort properties and our new website makes it simple for home searchers to find available properties within these categories. The layout of the listings provides large, beautiful photographs that give you an idea of what you can expect from life in your new home.

After finding an extraordinary home you’d like to call your own, use helpful website tools designed to make your experience great. Use the Mortgage Calculator and find out what your estimated monthly payment could be for the Central Oregon home of your dreams. Along with a new website, we’re also pleased to debut which a refreshed, updated logo that speaks to our mission and dedication to the Central Oregon community.

Advantages for Central Oregon Home Sellers

The new Tuttle and Tuttle Group website offers Central Oregon home sellers a variety of resources, including the ultimate marketing tool for selling your home. Our updated website includes beautiful listings, which highlight your home in an aesthetically pleasing way to attract potential buyers. The advanced search tools make it easy for buyers to find your property and the attractive layout showcases your home.

For homeowners considering the sale of their home in Central Oregon, we have a tool that creates custom market reports specific to your city, area and subdivision. Get an insider’s view into home sale trends in your neighborhood and what you can expect when listing your home with Tuttle and Tuttle Group. Fill out a simple form on our website with your address and instantly find out your property value.

Find Your Dream Home in Central Oregon

Scott, Jordan and I proudly perform at the top of the Central Oregon real estate market through all conditions, which make us the clear choice to help you buy or sell your home. Use our newly redesigned website to search for Central Oregon real estate for sale by category or subdivision. With our quick area searches and interactive tools, you can find your dream home and connect with personable and qualified realtors to help make homeownership your reality. We look forward to serving your Central Oregon home buying and selling needs now and into the future. Welcome to Central Oregon. Welcome to Tuttle and Tuttle Group.

Posted in Community News
Jan. 24, 2019

Telecommuters Choose to Live in Bend, OR For Quality of Life

telecommuting in bend oregon

The Bend Bulletin recently published an article describing Bend as the nation’s leader in telecommuting. Bend and Central Oregon have already been established as a hotbed for remote workers and studies show that 12.1 percent of Bend’s workforce telecommutes according to the latest U.S. Census estimates. Many remote workers in Central Oregon either strike out on their own or bring remote jobs with them. As you can imagine, high quality of life typically rises as one of the primary reasons remote workers choose to telecommute and Bend offers an unparalleled lifestyle.

The Draw For Remote Workers

Remote workers have the pleasure of working from home, from coffee shops or in coworking spaces found throughout thriving urban areas. Data shows that Oregon leads the country in workforce telecommuting with Colorado ranking second. These states share similar climates and attractions that add up to a high quality of life, which makes the draw to these places clear.

Telecommuting offers workers fewer distractions than a typical office setting, which increases employee efficiency and productivity. Workers adjust their personal schedules and mental and physical well-being to optimize productivity. Remote workers in Bend save time (and gas money and the environment) by eliminating commutes and driving less. Working remote can also lead to higher morale and lower stress levels.

What draws remote workers to Bend and Central Oregon? The lifestyle and high quality of life, of course! Imagine waking up early, getting in a few turns up at Mt. Bachelor and then returning home to your cozy home office with your canine companion by your side. The outdoors and the endless opportunities for recreation draw in residents to live in Bend. For workers lucky enough to work for a company that permits telecommuting, no longer are they restricted to urban sprawl, long commutes, and big cities without a world-class ski resort in their backyard.

Bend Oregon Coworking Spaces

Not every Bendite has the luxury of a home office and others thrive on community. Telecommuters in Bend have a variety of options when it comes to connecting with other remote workers and people in the community. Coworking spaces have become an increasingly popular way to work remote — giving you the luxury of achieving the high quality of life you’ve been dreaming of while still getting up and going into an office setting.

BendTech — This nonprofit coworking space located on Bend’s westside offers desks and offices for rent and also hosts regular meetups and panel discussions. BendTech has 160 members working remotely and acts as a hub for telecommuters — even those sticking to their home offices.

9th Street Village — You’ll find 9th Street Village in southeast Bend next to the DIY Cave and the Bright Place Gallery. 9th Street Village has small offices and two different types of desks available for rent on a monthly basis. The building is also home to one of Bend’s newest breweries, Bevel Brewing, which adds to the Bend lifestyle you crave. Soon you’ll be able to work remote and walk steps to enjoy a craft beverage in a welcoming environment of makers, artists and more.

The Wilds — The Wilds offers coworking spaces for creatives, catering specifically to artists, designers, writers, photographers, and other creative workers. Working in a coworking space like The Wilds eliminates the distractions of working from a coffee shop and includes group lunches and great people in the Century Center on Bend’s westside.

Find Your Dream Home Office

Bend draws in remote workers from many different industries — not just creatives and the technically inclined. You moved to, or want to move to, Bend for the quality of life and now you just have to find the perfect home with the ideal home office environment to foster your productivity. The Bend housing market includes an array of homes in vibrant and active neighborhoods. From the secluded, country homestead in Sunriver to a trendy modern abode in the heart of Northwest Crossing, the team at Tuttle and Tuttle Group can assist you in finding a home with the perfect home office for your telecommuting lifestyle.

Contact us to learn more about telecommuting in Bend and how you can find the perfect home office to meet your remote working needs. We love uniting the right people with the right homes in this stunning Pacific Northwest wonderland we call home.

Posted in Community News
Jan. 19, 2019

The Curtain Rises on Bend Property

As the spotlight shines on the Bend property stage an eager audience leans in. Imagination takes hold at the Tower Theatre where the spirit of community theater thrives. The calendar is filled with a variety of programs including plays, concerts, lectures and film. Both laugh out loud and dramatic moments are commonplace in the building. Actors provide first class performances in a variety of genres pleasing to one and all.

This piece of Bend real estate boasts a rich history. The doors first opened to audiences in the 1940’s. Generations have attended cinematic movies and stage shows. Fully renovated in 2004 advancements were made in sound systems, the orchestra pit, box seats and lobby design.

The Spotlight Shines on Bend Real Estate

Working off a belief that “performing arts strengthens our community and improves our lifestyle” educational programs are in the forefront. Introduction to theater arts takes place in the form of classes, workshops and family friendly performances. Oregon students benefit from shows in house as well as in the local schools. Performances interweave educational subjects into their scripts such as history, science and culture. Performing arts workshops take place at Mountain View High School and feature dance, voice and music. The Tower Theater Family Series puts on family friendly productions that are affordable for everyone. General admission is only $4 for individuals and $12 for families.

Memberships to the Tower Theatre are perfect for theater buffs living in Bend. Perks include advanced ticket sales, complimentary beverages, performer meet and greets and access to the VIP Membership room. Additional information regarding membership opportunities can be obtained by calling 541.977.6300.

Visits to the Tower Theatre are great for date nights and special occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries. Add a bite to eat before or after the showing makes for a perfect trip. Downtown Bend property restaurants and eateries are scattered about nearby providing an array of culinary choices for almost any palate. Tickets can be purchased at the Tower Theatre Box office which is open Monday through Friday from 10 am to 5 pm.


Posted in News
Jan. 17, 2019

Redmond Property Rocks

Redmond property stretches above the treetops and soars into the sky at Smith Rock State Park. An exhilarating and peaceful haven for hikers, climbers, mountain bikers and nature loving folks alike this recreational oasis is open year round.

About 650 acres of terrain await with elevations of 3,000 feet. Amazing geological features call out to the rock hound in all of us. Sensational views including towering peaks and deep river canyons. Hikers and mountain bikers find hundreds of miles of trails to seek out adventures on. While on the trails a variety of wildlife can be spotted. Birdwatchers gaze up to the skies and feel lucky when spotting golden eagles and prairie hawks. And those with quiet footsteps may come across mule deer on the pathways. Mountain climbers come from all over to achieve new heights at Smith Rock State Park. Thousands of climbing points are scattered all over the landscape with many being bolted as well.

Touch the Sky when Living in Redmond

Daredevils living in Redmond almost touch the sky. Over 35 slacklines are placed between spires in Smith Rock State Park enticing the bravest of souls to come and partake. Many get together at the Annual Highline Festival which has been bringing slack liners together since 2012. It’s best to check latest on established highlines in the park as many are periodically closed due to raptor nesting.

There’s nothing better than sleeping under the stars and campers pitch tents in the Bivy Campground. Amenities include showers, restrooms and the Smith Rock Little Free Library where readers leave books for fellow bookworms. A recharging station caters to today’s technical needs and quiet time is set in place from 10pm to 7am. Pets are welcome too but must remain leashed.

Redmond property owners often help to keep Smith Rock State Park in tip top shape. Volunteers keep it real during the Annual Spring Thing. Hundreds journey into the park to work on popular trails, rebuild rock walls, fix fencing and more. Workers are repaid in kind with free camping, raffles, dinner and a fun filled auction. Snacks, water, sunscreen and supplies are provided. Check here for more information and plan to lend a hand in the future.


Posted in News
Jan. 15, 2019

Hit Your Stride on a Sunriver Property Golf Course

Golf games are something to brag about when played on a Sunriver property golf course. At the Sunriver Resort four state of the art courses provide stimulating and diversified play. The Sunriver Resort strives to present only the highest quality of amenities from dining to spa treatments and accomodations. The golf courses keep true to form impressing one and all that step foot on the grounds.

Rivers run through it on the Crosswater Course. Sensational scenery sets the stage for this critically acclaimed course. Declared as one of “America’s 100 Greatest Courses” by Golf Digest this Bob Cupp designed course aims to please. The Little Deschutes and Deschutes Rivers flow through the landscape surrounded by acres of woodlands and preserved wetlands. Each hole has a variety of tee placements making play perfect for all levels of athletes.

Scenic Settings Inspire Golfers from Sunriver Homes

Beloved by locals the Meadows Course is set against the great Sun River. Stunning views of Mt. Bachelor provide inspiration and encourage great shots on the Par 72 course. Designed by renowned architect John Fought the Meadows showcases Ponderosa and Lodgepole Pines. Several championships have been played here in style including the NCAA Mens Division I Championship Tournament. A nine hole putting course is also onsite at the Meadows Course which is great for a quick practice round.

Deep bunkers, water features and lava rock outcroppings are characteristics of the championship Woodlands Course. Top rated in the state, golfers from across the country venture to this part of the Sunriver property. Expertly crafted by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., a Par 72 layout is creatively designed. State of the art equipment is available in the Woodlands Pro Shop with experts standing by to lend an ear and offer advice. Caldera Links is the perfect place on the grounds to get in the game. Nine holes welcome even those who are new to the sport. Also designed by Bob Cupp, this little course offers up fine bouts of play.

Newcomers can learn all about the fundamentals of golf in the Golf Academy. PGA caliber tuteredge is presented with private or group lessons. Youngsters can get in the swing of things also with junior programs. Residents living in Sunriver homes enjoy all of the perks of the Sunriver Resort in addition to the great golf courses. Stop in and see what it's all about.


Posted in Just for fun