A vibrant small town with a strong pioneer spirit

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Welcome to Sisters

Named after the Three Sisters Mountain Peaks, Sisters is a small mountain town in Central Oregon. The scenery here is anything but small — the Deschutes National Forest starts just on the edge of town and Sisters boasts such sights as Camp Sherman, Suttle Lake, Black Butte Ranch, and the Hoodoo Ski Area. Home to an incredible lineup of events and festivals, Sisters is the vibrant home of many large companies such as Laird Superfoods. 
This artistic community is the perfect blend of hip and rustic, and the pioneer spirit of the west that helped define this small town is still vibrant today. Sisters, like its neighboring towns, was once home to a booming logging industry, but as that declined, this gorgeous place bounced back with a focus on its incredible scenic views and natural beauty. With classic ranch homes, new construction builds, and truly impressive lodge-inspired estates, Sisters is the perfect family home or resort-style getaway.

What to Love

  • An eclectic mix of festivals
  • Close-knit community
  • Stunning scenery and outdoor recreation

Local Lifestyle

Known for its picturesque charm and stunning outdoor activities, Sisters’ residents are just what you’d hope from a place like this — warm, friendly, artistic, and ready for adventure. Here you’ll find locals taking advantage of the many opportunities for fly fishing, waterfall excursions, kayaking, mountain biking, and much more. This creative community is also known for its quilt festivals, music, and art.

Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping

Quaint and charming, this pioneer town harkens back to its roots with an array of cozy cafes and antique shops. Sisters Bakery is a rustic-elegant bakeshop offering up sweet and savory treats, along with gourmet coffee and espresso drinks. Three Creeks Brewing is a family-friendly brewery and pub featuring pizza, burgers, and pub grub, not to mention a specialized craft beer menu.
Set in a restored cabin, Sisters Coffee Company is a celebrated roastery offering artisanal espresso drinks and pastries. Their flagship cafe, Sisters Cafe serves coffee, food, and pastries and also offers holiday gift boxes. Outfit your new home with vintage style at Sage Antiques and Painted Lady Antiques, and find creative inspiration or take up a new hobby at one of the many arts and craft shops, like Stitchin' Post and Homestead Quilts and Gallery.

Things to Do

From quilts to rodeos, Sisters promises to always keep you entertained. Known as the biggest little show in the world, the Sisters Rodeo has been entertaining rodeo fans for more than 75 years. Come watch every June as world champion cowboys and cowgirls, of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, compete for the biggest purse in the nation. internationally recognized as the world’s largest outdoor quilt show, the Sisters Quilt Show displays more than 1300 quilts representing fiber artists from around the world. Thousands of visitors from all over th3e globe flock to Sisters on the second Saturday in July to take world-class quilting classes or to simply take in the awe-inspiring artwork. The Sisters Folk Festival is a year-round nonprofit organization that sets out to strengthen the community while offering a rousing event filled with live music and art.

Let’s not forget the incredible scenic beauty waiting to be explored! Whether you’re a snow bunny or prefer to bask in the sun, Sisters has the perfect outdoor holiday. Visit Black Butte Ranch, an upscale resort boasting two golf courses and horseback riding, or ski, snowboard, and even go tubing at Hoodoo Ski Area, Oregon's most centrally located mountain destination for winter sports.


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Demographics and Employment Data for Sisters, OR

Sisters has 1,299 households, with an average household size of 2.24. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Sisters do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 2,945 people call Sisters home. The population density is 1,523.78 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population


Population Density Population Density This is the number of people per square mile in a neighborhood.


Median Age

46.49 / 53.51%

Men vs Women

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0-9 Years


10-17 Years


18-24 Years


25-64 Years


65-74 Years


75+ Years

Education Level

  • Less Than 9th Grade
  • High School Degree
  • Associate Degree
  • Bachelor Degree
  • Graduate Degree

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Average Household Size


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Commute Time

0 to 14 Minutes
15 to 29 Minutes
30 to 59 Minutes
60+ Minutes