Creekside Campground is a municipal park in Sisters Oregon which offers a total of 60 camp sites including 27 full hook-up sites plus a separate "hiker/biker" area. Each site is equipped with a fire pit and a picnic table.
The campground has restrooms and coin operated showers. $1 for a 2-minute shower. I was so glad that I practiced taking two minute showers the week before I left for Oregon!!
The Three Sisters are closely spaced volcanic peaks in the U.S. state of Oregon. They are part of the Cascade Volcanic Arc, a segment of the Cascade Range in western North America extending from southern British Columbia through Washington and Oregon to Northern California. Each over 10,000 feet (3,000 meters) in elevation, they are the third-, fourth- and fifth-highest peaks in Oregon. Located in the Three Sisters Wilderness at the boundary of Lane and Deschutes counties and the Willamette and Deschutes national forests, they are about 10 miles (16 kilometers) south of the nearest town, Sisters.
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Although the Sisters are often grouped together as one unit, the three mountains have their own individual geology and eruptive history. Neither North Sister nor Middle Sister has erupted in the last 14,000 years, and it is considered unlikely that either will ever erupt again. South Sister last erupted about 2,000 years ago and could erupt in the future, threatening life within the region. After satellite imagery detected tectonic uplift near South Sister in 2000, the United States Geological Survey improved monitoring in the immediate area.
North Sister, also known as "Faith", is the oldest and most highly eroded of the three, with zigzagging rock pinnacles between glaciers.
Middle Sister, also known as "Hope", is a basaltic stratovolcano that has also erupted more-viscous andesite, dacite, and rhyodacite.
South Sister, also known as "Charity", is the tallest volcano of the trio, standing at 10,363 ft.
Broken Top, seen to the left of the Sisters, is part of the Cascade Range in Oregon, in the Three Sisters Wilderness, which lies in Deschutes County.
The little town of Sisters was adorable and pretty active. I walked to town and then all through the little stores.
Had myself a nice breakfast before leaving for Crater Lake.
Saw this beauty while stopping to get my daily bag of ice.
On the road again!!
Made a quick stop at a cool barn sale. Bought another sleeping bag (a great one that I wished I had taken home) for $3.00 Had a nice talk with the couple running it and the husband gave me a great talk on the Sisters Mountains. Great stop! They gave me a hat too!