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Vacation Rental Price Information in Hood River
This graph displays average prices of the vacation rentals and holiday apartments located in Hood River. Prices reach a peak a week in June. The price per night in a vacation rental in Hood River this week (6/15 - 6/22) costs on average $301. Conversely, the cheapest average prices are in a week of February (2/2 - 2/9).
Rental Availability Information in Hood River
Check how busy Hood River is with our availability graph. So far, the week with the least available rentals in Hood River is in December (12/22 - 12/29). On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in September (9/28 - 10/5).
The Weather in Hood River
This is the climate diagram in Hood River. In August maximum temperatures go higher than 82°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Hood River, with temperatures going under 33° The rainiest month is August while the driest month is July.
Enjoy wine amid mountain scenery at a Hood River vacation home
Hood River cabins situate you in spectacular mountain scenery that is verdant with flowers and vines in summer and snow-dusted in winter. Vacation rentals in Hood River are ideal for lovers of wine and hiking alike. Discover the unforgettable surroundings, comprising historic railroads, breathtaking mountain panoramas, and awe-inspiring waterfalls, not far from your Hood River accommodations.
Indulge in enology
Come sample the award-winning wines produced beneath the mountain at Mt. Hood Winery. Experienced enophiles teach you about the process of winemaking and subtleties of the product as you enjoy spectacular mountain views. In the cooler months, you won't want to leave the winery's roaring fireplace. Meanwhile, Italian-run Marchesi Vineyards & Winery grows Italian grapes, producing delectable wine that you can enjoy on the verdant terrace, overlooking the vines.
Cathedral Ridge Winery takes advantage of the distinct microclimates of 13 different vineyards to produce a range of 27 delicious wines. Come for a tasting or a tour of the winery, and enjoy weekly special events like Wine Club Pick-Up Parties. If you plan on cooking at your rental, grab fresh produce at Hood River U-Pick Organic, where the products blush with the goodness of this natural spot.
Railroads and swing bands
Why not ride the Mount Hood Railroad through Oregon's idyllic landscapes? The ride winds through the foothills of Mount Hood towards Parkdale. Enjoy sublime views as you glide through the leafy environs, past orchards, vineyards, and woods. Alternatively, travel back in time on the Iron Horse train, where trained actors recreate an Old West hold-up before your eyes. Prepare for the intervention of the heroic sheriff and plenty of jigging and old-fashioned entertainment.
Alternatively, visit Koberg Beach State Recreation Site, where you'll find the Hood River County Museum. Between 1915 and 1950, the site was used as an outdoor resort, complete with a dance hall. It was demolished due to rising river levels when the hydroelectric dams were instated. You can still almost hear the echo of the swing bands on the beach.
Learn about local wildlife along the Tom McCall Point Trail. Following the wagon road and the Historic Columbia River Highway, you'll enjoy views of Mount Adams, Tom McCall Point, Rowena Plateau, and spectacular wildflower displays in the Columbia River Gorge if you come in May.
Horsetail Falls are, without doubt, one of Oregon's greatest natural treasures. Come and discover this remarkable phenomenon in the "Waterfall Corridor" of the Columbia River. The falls are located along the Horsehead Falls Trail, and can also be reached via the Gorge Trail. Don't forget to take a selfie at Panorama Point County Park, which overlooks the Hood River Valley, including thousands of acres of orchards. The vista is especially beautiful when the fruit trees are in bloom.
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