- TripBuzz discovered 38 different types of activities for couples in the Sisters area, including Parks (like Harold & Dorothy Barclay Park), Art Gallery (like Canyon Creek Pottery), Waterfalls (like Sahalie & Koosah Falls) and Hiking Trails (like Peterson Ridge Trail), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 55 date ideas in or near Sisters, Oregon, including 41 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bend, Redmond and Sunriver.
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With both indoor and outdoor pool play areas, Sunriver Homeowner Aquatic & Recreation Center can be enjoyed year round. Kids can build castles in the sand, tube down the lazy river, or enjoy the playground.
Sunriver Nature Center offers hands-on opportunities that are both fun and educational. A great place for the whole family, the center offers programs, exhibits and face-to-face experiences with Great Horned owls, porcupines and reptiles.
Primarily used for mountain biking, the Trail to Benham Falls is a 2.8 mile long trail, suited for all the skill levels. While it isn't a particularly difficult trail, it provides the hiker with beautiful scenery and the view of the river.
While the visitors can bring their own equipment, they can also rent it from the Sunriver Marina, including in here kayaks, canoes, rafts, and fishing gear. Trips on the river are organized twice a week.
Advanced Performance Rentals is an outdoor adventure outfitter that rents vehicles based on the season. In winter, the facility rents snowmobiles, while in summer, it focuses on a variety of personal watercraft.
Founded in 1990, the Warm Springs Regional Fisheries Center is an important part of Georgia's game-fishing management strategy. Species nurtured at the Center include striped bass and sturgeon. The Center also includes a huge fish hatchery and a fish health center.
Hiking through Northwest Oregon shouldn't be complete without a visit to the Bagby Hot Springs. The hot spring is famous for its hollowed-out cedar logs which serve as bathtubs to those who want to take a dip after a long hike in the Northwest Forest