Welcome to Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts & Agriculture

We are excited to host you!

Please review the following important information before your visit.

GETTING TO THE RANCH

Directions: 

Address: 68467 Three Creeks Rd, Sisters, OR 97759

Gate Code: We will provide you with a gate code in advance of your visit.

Mapping apps can take you too far down the road, so once you get to Sisters be sure to follow the landmark directions below. If you run into any issues, please call our office.

Directions from the Willamette Valley:
  • Once you arrive in Sisters, head East on Hwy 20 (toward Bend).
  • Turn Right on Elm Street (The Gallimaufry and Candy Corral are on the corner).
Directions from Bend/Redmond:
  • Once you arrive in Sisters, head West on Hwy 20 (toward Eugene/Portland).
  • Turn left on Elm Street.
THEN:
  • Follow Elm for approximately 1 mile. Once you cross the bridge, you will travel approximately 1/4 mile more.
  • Our driveway is on the right (across from the new Peterson Ridge Trailhead; you’ll see a green sign for Pine Meadow Ranch).
  • Drive through the gate, over the bridge, and between the green barns.
  • Please turn left after the barn toward our office, or to the right for Hammond House.

The speed limit on the ranch is 10 mph. Please drive carefully.

PREPARE FOR YOUR VISIT

WHAT TO BRING

Clothing & Shoes:

The PMRCAA landscape can be uneven and our weather varies. Please wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes and bring layers.

Cellular and WiFi:

Cell service is generally reliable at the ranch. High-speed WiFi is available in our office and at Hammond House.

WHAT TO LEAVE AT HOME

  • Please do not bring pets or other animals with you to the ranch.
  • Smoking of any type, including vaping and e-cigarettes, is strictly prohibited on the premises. 
  • Visitors are permitted to film or take photos of our land and livestock. Please respect our staff and guests privacy and do not film or take photos of the inside of any of the buildings on the ranch without express permission.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Working Ranch:

We are a working ranch and an active learning laboratory. Please keep a safe distance from wildlife and livestock and leave all ranch infrastructure (e.g. gates, experiments, etc.) as you found them.