Old Parkdale Inn

A Hood River Valley Bed and Breakfast


THE BLOG

Weldon wagon Road

By Mary Pellegrini

The Columbia River Gorge and the Mt Hood National Forest hosts more than 2 million visitors a year. Visitation often exceeds the automobile capacity along the Historic Columbia River Highway. Parking and traffic congestion is degrading the visitor experience and causing safety problems. To truly experience the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area the way …

By Mary Pellegrini

Explore more of Oregon Only Slightly Exaggerated Are you about ready to hit the road? In Oregon it’s about the journey as much as the destination. And the destinations are pretty great here. Go ahead, take a look around Looking for an Oregon Bucket List? There’s no shortage of things to do near Mt Hood …

Enhance your stay

By Mary Pellegrini

Enhance your stay at Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast with value added packages, add on baskets, and seasonal specials. Select one or more when making your reservation online. Explore Hood River ~ We’ll put together a lush picnic basket or back pack (both returnable) to take to a nearby lake, a secluded nook in our …

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 …

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. …

By Mary Pellegrini

Say farewell to summer in Parkdale, Oregon. Plan your end of summer escape that includes a stay at the Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast. We invite you to extend your summer season and leave the goodbyes for later! Enjoy the last days of the season with sunshine-filled days, a refreshing mountain breeze, and plenty …

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