1419 Sherman Ave, Hood River, Oregon 97031

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Hood River, Oregon

Columbia River Gorge

Our Amazing Location

Hood River, in the Columbia River Gorge, is known for its natural beauty, outdoor recreation and cultural vibrancy. If you're from the area or from out of town, we're pretty sure you'll love putting down roots in this location! You'll find such amenities as: Snow-capped mountains, Columbia River water sports like windsurfing and kite boarding, white water rafting, skiing, biking, and one of our favorites... The Hood River Fruit Loop.

"Hood River County offers a rich arts and culture community that’s continually evolving. Attend a theater production or a gallery show at the Columbia Center for the Arts. Dance to live music many nights of the week. Or, head off to one of the area’s numerous museums, galleries and exhibits highlighting talented local artists.

Things to do!

Hood River County offers a rich arts and culture community that’s continually evolving. Attend a theater production or a gallery show at the Columbia Center for the Arts. Dance to live music many nights of the week. Or, head off to one of the area’s numerous museums, galleries and exhibits highlighting talented local artists.

To the south, Oregon’s highest point, Mount Hood, keeps a steady vigil over the Hood River Valley. The glaciers on her quintessential mountain peak fill the rivers and streams that fall from her shoulders, fertilizing the flowering orchards and deep lush canyons that shape Hood River County. She helps to keep us dry in the summer, and on the darkest of winter days, she is gateway to the sunshine and bluebird skies.

It’s almost paradoxical that in the heart of an area known for its scenic wonders, it is an invisible force that shaped the region. The only thing more abundant than pears in Hood River is the wind.  For more information about waterfront recreation click here.

The people of Hood River County are bonded by much more than proximity. The land and water that surround us, the mountains that stand guard over us, they shape a part of each person that calls this place “home.”

There is no way the enterprising settlers and tenacious immigrant populations that planted the first fruit trees in the Hood River Valley could have known how their seeds would grow and flourish. Hood River is among the largest fruit producing regions in the nation. This is a County built on apples, pears, cherries, and the vision and ingenuity of the area’s first settlers.