Sisters, Oregon is east of the Cascades at the edge of the Deschutes National Forest. Its high desert environment means lots of sun and blue skies year round, which is perfect for those looking for the right balance between recreational fun and the comforts of a community where people know each other by name. The town itself is a lively combination of sophisticated and western lifestyles, where you can find the best in coffee, arts, rugged outdoor sports, and neighborly living.








Known for the internationally famed Sisters Quilt Show , the reknowned Sisters Folk Festival which boasts 11 stages over three days each year, and the Sisters Rodeo —called the Biggest Little Show in the World—Sisters is a wonderful place to experience life. Outdoor enthusiasts love the hiking and biking, skiing and kayaking; equestrians love the access to trails and forests; artists enjoy the rich atmosphere and the very supportive arts community. 








Sisters is the gateway to the Santiam and McKenzie passes, with easy connections to the Williamette Valley. The Pacific Crest Trail, which runs from Canada to Mexico, passes just west of town in the Cascade Range.

The Sisters Eagle Airport , directly east of Grand Peaks, serves private pilots and gives year-round access to best of the Pacific Northwest. 

Redmond Municipal Airport (the area's regional airport) is located in Redmond, 21 miles east of town, along highway 126. Bend, Oregon , boasting a population of nearly 90,000, is 22 miles southeast, along highway 20.