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Black Butte Ranch: There Is a Place…

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There’s a reason generations of families come back year after year to stay at Black Butte Ranch, well, actually there’s a lot of them. This is a place where you can play, relax, connect with nature and live life the way it was meant to be, to the fullest.

Golfing at either of the two championship courses, Glaze Meadow and Big Meadow, you’ll experience endless views, plus pristine fairways, sculpted to perfection.

The chefs at Black Butte Ranch prepare the finest food for you and your family to enjoy and there’s never a lack of new people to meet when you spend time in the comfortable communal areas.

If an authentic Oregon experience is what you’re searching for — you’ll find it when you stay here, nestled beneath the Cascades. Tucked away in Deschutes National Forest, the Metolius River at Camp Sherman is a great spot to cool off and stock up on supplies.

Just south of Black Butte Ranch is the quaint town of Sisters where the views are just as incredible. Take a stroll around town and checkout the shops and local eats. Nearby, you can bike, hike or go horseback riding at the popular trail system known as Peterson Ridge. And at Three Creeks Brewing you can get an award-winning craft beer.

After a long day of exploring, you might be ready for a little caffeine before you head back to Black Butte Ranch, so stop in at Sisters Coffee Company. Because, when you stay at here, the fun never ends.

Mackenzie Wilson
Mackenzie Ballard
Mackenzie Ballard is COVA's Marketing Manager and in-house videographer. She came to COVA after more than 5 years in front of a camera working as a TV journalist. Her true passion is writing. Growing up in Sandpoint, Idaho – Mackenzie spent her summers boating on Lake Pend Oreille and winters snowboarding Schweitzer. After graduating from the University of Idaho, Mackenzie tested out city-life in Portland; but bumper-to-bumper traffic and the rain finally took their toll on her and she packed up and headed to the High Desert. Now, it’s hard to get her to leave Bend, even just for the weekend. There are just too many amazing hikes, bike rides and camping spots to take advantage of in Central Oregon to go elsewhere.