Centrally located between Bend and Sisters, this coveted community is especially sought after among equestrians and hobby farmers.
Nestled between Bend and Sisters, Tumalo has become a sought-after location for homebuyers interested in acreage, incredible mountain views, and a slower pace lifestyle.
Those unfamiliar with the area known as Tumalo might assume there’s little to this community beyond its small, quaint downtown, which is located off Highway 20 about 10 miles northwest of Bend.
But there’s a lot to love about Tumalo (which is pronounced Tuhm-uh-low) –- especially for those who value the land. Most Tumalo residents live on acreage outside Tumalo proper. In fact, technically, Tumalo isn’t even a town (it’s a small, unincorporated community of several hundred people).
Because much of this region is zoned Exclusive Farm Use, many parcels here are 20 acres or more, which makes Tumalo a decidedly rural setting, despite the fact that it’s just minutes from Bend. Here, you’ll find a mix of farmers and ranchers, plus horse owners, folks who prefer a little breathing room and those who simply appreciate the breathtakingly scenic setting.