Nestled up against the Cascade Mountain range, Sisters Oregon is one of the most gorgeous areas in Central Oregon. Breath taking views, a quiet, yet vibrant community and a long list of fun activities and local destinations make Sisters a wonderful area to call home. From the sagebrush of the high desert plains to the magnificent forests on the flanks of the Three Sisters, you’ll find a lifetime’s worth of exploration and adventure in Sisters.
Sisters provides unparalleled access to the outdoors including hiking, fishing, golf, skiing, mountain biking, birding, paddling, horseback riding and more. Black Butte Ranch is only 15 minutes from Sisters and is a great destination for a weekend away. Hoodoo Ski area is easily accessible from Sisters and offers fun for the whole family with ski runs ranging from beginner to advanced. Suttle Lake is also right up the road from Sisters and is a summer “hot spot” for swimming, paddling, fishing and sunshine. Camp Sherman and the Metolious River are also very close to Sisters and are both prime spots for camping, rafting and fly fishing.
Sisters, Oregon has a population of just over 2100 people. It sits at an elevation of 3,182 feet making it cool in the summers with an average high of 71 degrees. Winters are cold and often snowy, but with over 300 days of sunshine, the winter weather won’t get you down. Sisters may be small, but it is known for it’s strong schools, historic buildings, and great local businesses. The stores that line the main street of Sisters make for a great day of shopping and dining and the events throughout the year bring tourists from far and wide. Each year, Sisters hosts three internationally renowned events that you don’t want to miss: The Sisters Rodeo, Sisters Folk Festival and the Sisters Quilt Show.