Sisters, Oregon


Sisters, Oregon is located at the base of the awe-inspiring Three Sisters mountains and is named for these distinct volcanic peaks in the Cascades Range. First settled as the Camp Polk military outpost in the mid-1800s, the town of Sisters was built on a foundation of ranching, farming, logging, and accommodating travelers crossing over the Cascades. The city was incorporated in 1946.

Today, Sisters is a quaint, western community that is known for its charming village setting and western themed downtown featuring unique shops, galleries and restaurants, Sisters is also the hotspot for several major events including the Sisters Rodeo and the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show, the largest outdoor quilt show in the world. The Sisters Folk Festival and Sisters Starry Nights concert series are great music events that draw big talent from all over the country. Coupled with numerous arts and crafts events, Sisters celebrates the spirit of the American West.  

From the Willamette Valley, Sisters is the gateway into Central Oregon and is bordered by the Deschutes National Forest. Within minutes of town, one can enjoy world class hiking, biking, climbing, fishing, horseback riding, skiing, golfing and boating. For more information about activities and events within and around Sisters Country, visit the city's website at: