Old Parkdale Inn

A Hood River Valley Bed and Breakfast


THE BLOG

By Mary Pellegrini

Mt Hood Meadows and Timberline Ski Areas will manage slope capacity two different ways, supporting a thoughtful return to outdoor winter recreation. An advisory group of ski industry leaders developed the Ski Well, Be Well operational best practices. These practices will be adapted to each ski area’s unique operation, and can be scaled according to the appropriate local COVID-19 […]

By Mary Pellegrini

Enjoy 6 wonderful hikes and around the Mt Hood National Forest before the snows fall near the Hood River Valley. Although, some are ideal for snowshoeing or cross county. Travel Oregon launched the successful 7 Wonders of Oregon campaign. A campaign to get visitors and locals alike out exploring our glorious state. We are so fortunate here […]

By Mary Pellegrini

By: Mary Pellegrini Mt. Hood, rising 11,240′ into the bluebird sky, is crowned by eleven glaciers.  It’s home to three ski areas, making it a great destination for skiing, even during the spring and summer months. There is no shortage of hiking options on Mt. Hood either. It is possible to enjoy stunning high alpine glacial […]

By Mary Pellegrini

By: Mary Pellegrini It’s biking weather. We’ve had many guests who have brought their bikes and enjoyed biking the Hood River County Fruit Loop and the many back roads of the Hood River Valley. After a hearty breakfast they’ve left the Old Parkdale Inn and traveled down Highway 35 toward Hood River, detouring off onto […]

By Mary Pellegrini

By: Mary Pellegrini The Columbia Gorge Winegrowers will be celebrating Memorial Day weekend with open houses at wineries in the Columbia River Gorge and the Hood River Valley. In addition to new releases & barrel tastings, the wineries will have some fun events like bike tours, horseback riding, bocce ball, live music and more! And of […]

By Mary Pellegrini

By: Mary Pellegrini A search for caches within a 10 mile radius of the Old Parkdale Inn, zip 97041,will show over 500 hides! Did you know that Geocaching started right here in Oregon? On May 1 this game, once known as the “Great American GPS Stash Hunt’, will celebrate it’s 14th birthday with over 2 million […]