Old Parkdale Inn

A Hood River Valley Bed and Breakfast


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By Mary Pellegrini

By: Mary Pellegrini Hood River Holidays ~ Come Stay Shop Eat and be Merry Columbia Center for the Arts ANNUAL HOLIDAY ART SHOW & SALE – November 22 – December 24  Small Business Saturday November 30 – support local business Nov 22-24: Holiday Open House. Shop Early. Shop LocalNov 30: Small Business Saturday Dec 6, …

By Mary Pellegrini

By: Mary Pellegrini The Hood River Valley and the Columbia River Gorge are renowned for the quality and variety of apples and pears grown by local orchardists. Gorge cidermakers are crafting some of the best hard cider in the Pacific Northwest. We invite you to visit the Columbia Gorge Cider Society locations on the Cider Route and stayed tuned in as …

By Mary Pellegrini

By: Mary Pellegrini The Hood River Valley is certainly known for having thousands of acres of fruit of which cherries, blueberries and peaches are finding their way to the fruit stands now. We also have some amazing flower farms, one of which, The Gorge White House, has glads, daisies, cone flowers, snapdragons, Oriental lilies, lavender and more. …

By Mary Pellegrini

By: Mary Pellegrini The Hood River County Fruit Loop is a 35 mile driving tour through the fertile Hood River Valley in Northern Oregon. A collection of farms, orchards, vineyards and wineries, the drive can take as little as an hour but we suggest planning a day or two to get the most out of …

By Mary Pellegrini

By: Mary Pellegrini Kiyokawa Family Orchards opens for the season July 21. The renowned Honeycrisp apple. This distinctive apple is incredibly crisp with a sweet, tangy flesh that lends itself with equal satisfaction to fresh and baked delicacies. Kiyokawa Family Orchards grows this delicious apple along with over 100 more varieties of apples, pears and Asian …

By Mary Pellegrini

By: Mary Pellegrini When it is hot in the Hood River Valley there is nothing like a ride on the Magic Mile chair lift on Mt Hood, Oregon’s tallest peak at 11, 240 feet. The majestic mountain can be seen from the Old Parkdale Inn and is an easy day trip, a lovely 35 mile drive. Take the …