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Sisters Oregon

"Pristine lakes, rivers and streams amid towering forests of Ponderosa Pines, all nestled beneath the snow-capped Three Sisters Mountains on the east side of Oregon's snowy Cascade Mountains. Sun-drenched days, star-filled nights. All this and more is waiting for you in beautiful Sisters Oregon. Stroll through our 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."  Sisters Oregon Area Chamber of Commerce   

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Llamas and Alpacas
Medical Resources
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RV Parks and Campgrounds
Shopping
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Attractions

Dee Wright Observatory
Since its completion in 1935, the observatory has been a favorite attraction for thousands of visitors each summer. Interpretive panels, located on the paved trail to the observatory, tell the story of early travelers and area geology. A restroom and the trail to the structure are accessible for wheelchairs and, strollers. The Lava River Interpretive Trail is located next to the observatory, offering an unusual half-mile hike through young lava flows on a paved trail.

Deschutes National Forest
The Deschutes and Ochoco National Forests along with the Crooked River National Grassland encompass just over 2.5 million acres of Central Oregon. These public lands extend about 100 miles along the east side of the Cascade Mountains crest and eastward into the Ochoco Mountains. They are rich in human and natural history and radiate variety offering a multitude of diverse scenic and recreation opportunities. Alpine forests and lush meadows, sparkling lakes and scenic rivers, dense evergreen forests, and lava caves are contained within the spectacular snow capped volcanic peaks of the Cascade Mountain Range to the west and high desert to the east. Newberry National Volcanic Monument offers an up close and personal look at volcanoes and is home to the endangered pumice grape fern.

McKenzie Pass-Santiam Pass Scenic Byway
Discover the highest concentration of snowcapped volcanoes (and associated glaciers) in the lower 48 states when you drive the the McKenzie Pass-Santiam Pass Scenic Byway! Enjoy the breathtaking sight of Broken Top Mountain and the Three Sisters, along with their waterfalls, towering gloriously above the route. Ancient lava fields lying next to calm, clear lakes, will provide you with a gentle reminder of the area's violent beginning. This area really illustrates how the Cascade Range was built.

Three Creeks Lake
The shoreline of Three Creek Lake varies from gentle slope to rocky cliff, surrounded by old growth forest. Maximum depth is 28 feet down the center and near the cliff on the south end of the lake. Most of the lake is easy to fish from shore or by wading, but fishing from a boat is by far the most popular method. Motors are not allowed on Three Creek Lake, contributing to the serenity of the setting. There is a primitive boat ramp on the east shore as well as a small store that rents boats.

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Beer

Three Creeks Brewing Co.
721 Desperado Court, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541-549-1963, email: wade@threecreeksbrewing.com
Three Creeks Brewing Company provides a comfortable, warm and rustic atmosphere that everyone will enjoy, including families with children. The 6000 square foot facility provides a full restaurant, 10 barrel brewing system, a large yet comfortable bar area complete with large screen TV’s, two pool tables and a large patio for the enjoyment of our hand crafted ales.

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Books

Lonesome Water Books
221 W. Cascade, Suite C, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541.549.2203, email: lwbooks@bendbroadband.com
We have approximately 25,000 hand picked used and out-of-print books 75% of which are hardbound. We also carry original and decorative prints, old maps, and ephemera, a few antiques and lots of vintage buttons.

Paulina Springs Books
252 W. Hood Ave., Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541-549.0866, email: books@paulinasprings.com
Paulina Springs offers an outstanding selection of new books and we are noted for our "staff picks" - books read and reviewed by members of our staff. We also provide audio books for rent or purchase, music CD/s and stationery.

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Childcare and Preschools

Joyful Noise Learning Center
104 E. Adams Ave., Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541.549.2066, email: ajoyfulnoise@bendbraodband.com
Waldorf-based preschool and child care after school program for children through 4th grade.

Little Cloverdale Preschool
68797 George Cyrus Rd, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541.923.0337, email: akauz@bendbroadband.com
We are a non-profit family cooperative that has been located in Sisters, Oregon for ten years and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender or sexual orientation. We offer an early educational experience for your three and four year olds in an atmosphere of play, socialization and family involvement. Parental classroom participation is key.

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Churches

Episcopal Church of Transfiguration
68825 Brooks Camp Road, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541-549-7087, email: pastor@outlawnet.com

Saint Edward The Martyr
123 Trinity Way, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 549-9391, email: stedward@bendbroadband.com

Sisters Christian Academy
15211 McKinney Butte Road, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 549-4133, email: pmiller@sisterschristianacademy.com

Three Sisters Fellowship
442 Trinity Way, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 549-4184, email: vickie@threesistersfellowship.com

Trinity Christian Center
222 Trinity Lane, Sisters Oregon 97759, email: raga@bendcable.com

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Coffee

My Sister's Coffee
933 E. Timber Pine Drive, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541.549.8906, email: debbiebucher@msn.com
My Sister's Coffee will deliver fresh roasted Sisters Coffee directly to the front door of your preferred client, favorite relative or best friend as a montly gift. A different blend each month! It's truly the gift that keeps on giving!

Sisters Coffee Company
342 W Hood, Sisters, Oregon 97759, toll free: 541-549-0527, email: coffee@sisterscoffee.com 
Coffee Roasting. Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year for 2005.  If you can't get here to try our coffee in person, you can order it from My Sister's Coffee above.

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Community

City of Sisters
520 E. Cascade Avenue, P.O. Box 39, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541-549-6022 ext.1, email: estein@ci.sisters.or.us

Deschutes County Board of Commissioners
1130 NW Harriman, Bend, Oregon 97701, phone: 541-388-6570, email: dennisl@co.deschutes.or.us

Deschutes County Sheriff's Office
63333 West Hwy 20, Bend, Oregon 97701, phone: 541-383-4393, email: marcm@co.deschutes.or.us

High Country Disposal
200 NE Hemlock, Redmond, Oregon 97756, phone: 541-548.4984

Kiwanis Club of Sisters
P.O. Box 1296, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541-549-4274
Community Service

Rotary Club of Sisters
P.O. Box 1286, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541-549-0565
Community & International Club Service Organization

Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 430, Sisters, Oregon phone: 541-549-0251, email: events@sisterschamber.com

Sisters Community Garden
PO Box 1604, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541-419-7194

Sisters Folk Festival Assoc.
P.O. Box3500, PMB #304, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541-549-4979, email: info@sistersfolkfestival.com
Celebration of American acoustic music from blues to bluegrass held every year on the 2nd weekend of September. Includes performances on multiple stages around town, food and craft vendors, Performing Songwriter contest and more.

Sisters Garden Club
PO Box 1201, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541.595.6949
The Sisters Garden Club was established by residents who love gardens. We have monthly meetings with speakers who share their knowledge of local gardening. Our annual garden tour raises funds for public gardens and other educational and wildlife related projects.

Sisters Habitat for Humanity
141 W. Main St., Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541-549-1193, email: sistershab@coinet.com
Sisters Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization which builds affordable housing in partnership with families in need. Sisters Habitat owns and operates a Thrift Store whose proceeds support the building program.

Sisters Public Library
110 North Cedar Street, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 549-2921, email: pegb@dpls.lib.or.us

Sisters Rodeo Association
P.O. Box 1018, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 549-0121
Sisters Rodeo Association is a non-profit community group that for over 60 years has provided a professional Rodeo in Sisters that attracts contestants and spectators from throughout the US and Canada. It is a four performance Rodeo held the second weekend of June.

Sisters School District
525 E. Cascade, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 549-8521, email: drakuliche@outlawnet.com

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Entertainment

Sisters Movie House
720 Desperado Court, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541-549.8800, email: inquiries@sistersmoviehouse.coms
Sisters Movie House is a new four screen theatre concept.  Sisters Movie House is a long awaited hometown theatre that provides entertainment, filmmaking, and film appreciation to both residents of Sisters and the area visitors.  The Movie House boast four screens, with seating for approximately 330, and features a café that serves light meals, beer and wine as well as traditional theatre concessions.

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Llamas and Alpacas

Hinterland Ranch
67750 Hwy 20 W, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541-549-1215, email: hinterlandllamas@highstream.net
Home to 250 llamas and a private, working ranch, Hinterland Ranch has the most genetically diverse llama herd in North America. Visitors welcome. Open Mon-Sat 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Available: Llamas, llama yarn (wholesale & retail), fleeces and gifts. Located 3.5 miles East of Sisters on Hwy. 20 across from the Sisters KOA and rodeo grounds.

Panorama Ranch Alpacas
PO Box 2170, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 317-4623, email: Julie@panoramaranch.com
Alpaca ranch

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Pets

Sisters Veterinary Clinic
371 East Cascade, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 549-6961, email: sisvet@outlawnet.com
Full service, small animal veterinary clinic. Also offers boarding and grooming.
 

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RV Parks

Sisters Inn & RV Park
540 Hwy 20 West, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541.549.7829, email: dave_sistersinnandrvpark@hotmail.com.
Features include an indoor heated pool and spa, cable TV, continental breakfast, a meeting room and some kitchenettes. The RV park features full hookups for big rigs, two large restroom and shower facilities, and laundry facilities. Free wireless internet is available in the Clubhouse area.

Sisters KOA
Hwy. 20, 3.5 miles east of Sisters, Sisters, Oregon 97759, phone: 541-549-3021, toll free: 800-562-0363, email: sistersbendkoa@outlawnet.com
Camp here at the foot of the Three Sisters Mountains in a vacation land of a thousand charms. Scenic drives include Crater Lake National Park, Mt. Bachelor, Smith Rock State Park and the lava flows of McKenzie Pass. Enjoy the various activities of the high desert including fishing, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, rafting, rock climbing, skiing, and snowmobiling. Come for the festivals including the Sisters Rodeo in June, the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show in July (biggest in the country) and the Sisters Folk Festival in September. The campground offers long pull thru sites and Kamping Kabins. Enjoy the heated pool, free wireless internet, DVD rentals and mini golf. The campground store is stocked with all your shopping needs.

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