From its humble beginnings as a logging town, Sisters has developed into a Western style town. Sisters has it all - antiques, art galleries, crafts, clothing, specialty shops - right next door to many great places to eat. The food ranges from barbecue and Wild West fare to some of the finest cuisine in the Pacific Northwest.
Enjoy many of the annual events in Sisters. Village Green Craft Shows, now in their 26th year, Sisters Bead Stampede, Art Strolls, Sisters Rodeo, Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show, Antique Show, Western and Native American Arts Festival, Sisters Folk Festival, Sisters Jazz Festival, Harvest Faire, Christmas festivities and much more!
Whether you enjoy hiking, fishing, camping, golfing, rafting, mountain biking, skiing, horseback riding, snowmobiling or just plain relaxing, you can do it in Sisters country. On the edge of town, the Deschutes National Forest offers a 1.6 million-acre playground laced with miles and miles of trails, rivers, lakes, wilderness areas, scenic drives and vistas.
The population of the City of Sisters is 2055, and the population within the school district boundaries is approximately 15,000. Sisters is located in western Deschutes County. The elevation of Sisters is 3180 feet.
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