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Agritourism

Did you know Hood River is the nation’s largest exporter of pears? Discover the delicious story of our orchards, farms, and fields on the Hood River Fruit Loop and far beyond.

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The Gorge White House

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Gorge White House is a historic home on a century-old working farm with u-pick fruits and flowers, a picnic area and small store, and spectacular views of the double mountains.

Pearl’s Place Fruit Stand

A family owned and operated Fruit Stand on 500 acres of pears, apples, peaches, and cherries. Pearl’s Place is a small, fresh fruit boutique fruit stand, with additional gifts including dried fruit chips, jams, weaved baskets, farm fresh milk, hazelnuts, and chocolates.

Hood River Fruit Loop

This 35-mile scenic drive through the valley’s orchards, forests, farmlands, and friendly communities is a must-do. A picturesque valley, two towering snow-capped peaks, and thousands of acres of orchards provide great photo opportunities as well as fruits and wines, lavender and alpacas, and family activities.

Draper Girls Country Farm

Draper Girls Country Farm offers a unique farm experience with a year-round self-serve fruit stand; u-pick cherries, apples, pears, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, prunes, peaches, and nectarines in season; and farm-raised lamb, pork, and beef for purchase.

Hood River Indoor Farmers Market

Winter season runs the 1st and 3rd Saturdays December through April (10 a.m. – 12 p.m.) at Ferment Brewing Company.

To adapt to physical distancing constrains and winter season challenges, some vendors will only have their products available for preorder and pickup.

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