This charming community takes its name from the nearby Three Sisters mountains. The peaks are a majestic backdrop to what’s known as Sisters Country, an expanse that includes the town of Sisters, Camp Sherman, Suttle Lake, Black Butte Ranch, Aspen Lakes Golf Course and Hoodoo ski area.
Sisters boasts seven different economic sectors including retail, tourism, arts & culture, natural resources and agribusiness, light manufacturing and industrial, real estate and development, and entrepreneurship. Each of these sectors is well represented and provides the Sisters Country with a well-balanced economic base.
As well, Sisters is emerging as an economic center for small and mid-sized companies, including Laird Superfoods. As interest in and availability of remote work has increased, Sisters has become a more attractive destination for professionals wanting a small town mountain lifestyle.
The Sisters School District has three schools and has been noted as one of the highest performing districts in the state.