This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Sisters Travel Tips
Do Not Forget Sisters Rentals for Some Family Fun
In Deschutes County, Oregon you will find the city of Sisters which is one of the state’s best-kept secrets. The town is aptly named for the Three Sisters Mountains which are just three of the mountains that can be viewed from many Sisters rentals during any season. By booking Sisters lodging, you are setting your family members up for the time of their lives! If you are considering Oregon travel for your next family trip, do not forget to stop in Sisters.
Sisters Lodging Lets You See It All
Though you cannot really see the entire world from the city of Sisters, you will certainly feel like you can. Sisters rentals allow for some majestic and breathtaking views, whether you looking at the mountains or hiking to their peaks. One sight not to miss is Black Butte. It will take about a day to hike to the top but the views across Central Oregon are second to none. Just do not leave your hiking boots and water bottles back at your Sisters lodging!
You Cannot Experience Oregon Travel without Camping
If you love to camp, Oregon travel is for you! Of course, you may not want to camp every night which is why you should book your Sisters rentals early. However, some of the best camping in the Pacific Northwest can be done in this region. Consider Camp Sherman along the Metolius River or the Deschuttes National Forest for some of the most scenic campsites. Many campsites are quite close to prime fishing locations as well, so do not forget your poles.
What about Sisters Rentals in the Winter?
Oregon travel is great for any time of year so when you pack up the kids and go, you do not have to worry about seasonal letdowns. Sure, the spring and summer are great times to book Sisters lodging, but the winter is not too shabby either. In the winter, once the snow falls, there is plenty of skiing to enjoy as well as snowboarding, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. In fact, Hoodoo, off Highway 20, is a great place for the family to do some downhill skiing.
To make best of your vacation trip to the Central parts of Oregon you might want to consider additional destination and lodging options: Bend cabin rentals, Black Butte Ranch lodging, Eagle Crest rentals, Sunriver vacation rentals, or Willamette Pass accommodation.