Old Mill District Shop-Dine-Wine
Host: Cabernet Ski Club
The Old Mill District is an area formerly occupied by two lumber mills in Bend, Oregon.
Encompassing approximately 270 acres along the Deschutes River, the Old Mill District is now a mixed-use area known for its shops, galleries and restaurants.
The area underwent significant development since the mid-1990s by developer Bill Smith. He maintained elements of the original buildings, including the area’s three signature smokestacks.
There are nine historically renovated buildings on the property. The oldest is the Little Red Shed used to store fire equipment and is now Dewilde Art Glass.