Old Parkdale Inn

A Hood River Valley Bed and Breakfast


THE BLOG

Work From Here

By Mary Pellegrini

Spacious and Comfortable From the Douglas Fir Suite, enhanced by the quiet beauty of a Pacific Northwest forest, enjoy a breathtaking view of majestic Mt. Hood. Named after Oregon’s State Tree, our Doug Fir suite includes a sitting room, bedroom with queen-sized bed and private bath. Douglas Fir Suite has a twin size sofa bed. …

By Mary Pellegrini

A Fall Escape to the Hood River Valley and Columbia River Gorge brings sunshine-filled days, cool nights, refreshing breezes, plenty of outdoor adventures an Oregon Bounty Harvest. Plan your visit to include a stay at the Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast. Harvest in the Hood River Valley and Columbia River Gorge There are just …

By Mary Pellegrini

‘Once in Parkdale you’ll find everything you need, a brewery, a BBQ joint, a nice cafe, and some wonderful hosts at the Old Parkdale Inn who welcome bikepackers with open arms.’ Oregon Timber Trail The Hood Tier Gorge Loop of the Oregon Timber Trail Already making plans to ride the newest Hood Tier Loop of …

By Mary Pellegrini

Three Oregon Scenic Byways lead to the Old Parkdale Inn Travel through the Columbia River Gorge on the Historic Columbia River Highway Scenic Byway, HCRH and around majestic Mt Hood on the Mt. Hood Scenic Byway.  For the sustainable traveler the HCRH and the Mt Hood Scenic Byway have been combined to create one of …

Chinook Suite

By Mary Pellegrini

Choose the tranquil Chinook Suite for a sweeping view of the Inn’s Gardens from your private balcony. Named after Oregon’s state fish, Chinook is quite spacious with a sitting room and bedroom with a queen-sized bed. In your private bath there’s a combination shower/tub, and plush cotton, spa towels. We provide all organic bath and …

facts about oregon

By Mary Pellegrini

Here are five fun and quirky facts about Oregon that most people don’t know. There’s a Llama to Love Did you know that Oregon residents own 25% of the total llama population in the whole United States? Most of the llamas are in Clackamas county, though they’re closely followed by Washington, Yamhill and Marion counties. …