The Fruit Loop – Official site, providing maps and information on each stop.
Rasmussen Farms – Stop #7 on the loop, hosts “you-pick” and “ready-picked” produce. Great stop for the fam.
Kiyokawa Family Orchards and Fruit Stand – Stop #17. If you’re after variety, Kiyokawa is a great stop with over 80 different fruit varieties.
Mt. View Orchards Inc. and Fruit Stand – Stop #18. From antiques to hikes (and lots of fruit of course) Mt. View Orchards, Inc. has a beautiful view of Mt. Hood and just about everything else you could think of.
Packer Orchards and Bakery – Stop #14. A great stop for locally produced jams, jellies, pie filling, fruit varieties, and much more!
Columbia Gorge Wine Growers – As Libby would say “A treasure trove of information!”
Marchesi Vineyards & Winery – Stop #26. Marchesi provides an inviting environment with indoor and outdoor seating. Have a tasting or a glass and enjoy the atmosphere with views of Mt. Hood.
Mt. Hood Winery – Stop #4. You will be greeted by a warm and knowledgeable staff at Mt. Hood Winery. Choose to pair your tasting with a spread of different food items and you’ll walk away feeling like an expert!
The Gorge White House – Stop #3. Known locally as the “chamber of commerce for wine”, Gorge White House provides wine from all over the Columbia River Gorge. Enabling you to taste a large variety of wine in one location!
What a better way to stock up on your Hood River Vacation Home fridge! Stop by the Hood River Farmers Market on your way into town Thursday afternoon before checking into your house. Open from May 7 to mid November every Thursday from 5-8PM. Located at the Hood River Middle School at 1602 May Street once school begins in September the market moves to Springhouse Cellar location. The market has over 20 vendors with fresh ingredients including meats, cheeses, fruits, veggies, honey, jams and more! There is also kids activities, live music, cooking demos and fresh hot made food.