Long Hollow Ranch
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Easy to access, yet tucked away off the beaten path, Long Hollow Ranch is a rustic oasis waiting to be discovered. If you’re looking for a peaceful place to get away and relax for a few days or a week, you won’t find a more ideal setting than Long Hollow Ranch. The home-cooked meals are wonderful and the rooms are clean and comfortable and each with its own private bath. You’ll feel right at home from the moment you walk in the door.
At this year-round working cattle ranch you can ride with the hands and see authentic ranch activities from fixing fences and harvesting hay to moving equipment, working with cattle, and caring for the cattle and horses.
Nearby, you’ll find the little western town of Sisters, Smith Rock State Park, and Aspen Lakes Golf Course. A little farther away, the cities of Bend, Redmond, and Prineville and more world-renowned golf courses await your exploration.
Surrounded by Central Oregon’s magnificent natural beauty, you can enjoy the scenery trail riding, fishing, hiking, and river rafting. Use Long Hollow Ranch as a base for your visit to some of the Pacific Northwest’s most scenic recreation areas as you roam antique and quilt stores in Sisters, golf on the area’s beautiful courses, and take advantage of the many other outdoor activities just minutes away.
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