Plan The Perfect Fall Vacation In Sisters, Oregon
Fall brings to mind falling red leaves, cool temperatures, and the smell of fresh air (with maybe some pumpkin spice mixed in). If you’re a fan of fall, there’s no better place to spend the season than in Sisters, Oregon – because you can get all of that in one place! The stunning landscapes, cool fall temperatures and crisp mountain air make Sisters a perfect portrait of the fall season. And the locals think so, too! That’s why they celebrate fall with a variety of events dedicated to the season. Here’s what you can’t miss when planning the perfect fall vacation in Sisters, Oregon.
Fall Events in Sisters, Oregon
Treat yourself to the colors of fall on a Fall Colors Hike, Oct. 11. Partner up with the Deschutes Land Trust and Jane Meissner for a hike through Camp Polk Meadow Preserve. You’ll explore a historic meadow while enjoying the changing colors of the season. The hike is free, but registration is required.
Celebrate the fine fall harvest at the annual Sisters Harvest Faire, Oct. 12-13. This two-day street celebration features seasonal arts and crafts from more than 180 local artists, plus all of the music, food, and fun you can handle. Admission is free and it’s perfect for all ages.
If you’re attending on of Sisters’ unique fall events, don’t forget to book your Sisters Vacation Rental. We offer many homes right in the heart of Sisters, all within easy walking distance of the events. You’ll be right at home and right close to the action!
More Fall Activities in Sisters
Of course, no trip to Sisters is complete until you soak in the area’s unmatched scenery – and in fall, it’s truly a sight to behold. Imagine miles and miles of untouched wilderness dressed in stunning reds, yellows, oranges and purples. It’s what those faux fall centerpieces dream of! And, the cooler fall weather makes exploring the outdoors a breeze. Hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding – there is an endless number of ways to find beautiful fall foliage in Sisters.
The nearby Smith Rock State Park is a crowd-favorite and offers thousands of trails that meander along rivers, through forests, and into natural canyons. There are also several single trails to choose from. The McKenzie River Trail is one of the most popular choices, and it can be done on foot, bike or boat.
Of course, you can see fall foliage right outside of your window when you book one of our Sisters cabins. Our Mountain View Cabin is nestled right inside of the forest and offers stunning landscape views.
Sisters is home to some fine fall fly fishing (try to say that three times fast). Thanks to the nearby Deschutes and Metolius Rivers, finding a prime fishing spot is no problem! Some of the biggest and toughest rainbow trout inhabit the clear, cold waters around Sisters, and fall is one of the best times of year to snag a big one. The Fly Fisher’s Place is your go-to fishing resource; they offer guided tours, informational classes and the best gear around.
If you’re a fan of fishing, consider staying in the Metolius River Resort! This small community is located on the banks of the river and makes your fly-fishing trip one-of-a-kind. These cabins are steps away from the water and offer large decks, BBQ grills and more.