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Home in White Salmon
Downtown White Salmon Studio w/ Kitchen & Sauna
Two blocks from Everybody's Brewing, White Salmon Baking, Henni's, Pixan & Feast, you can eat drink, and be merry! The 2-room cozy studio has a private entrance, full kitchen, hardwood floors, Smart TV & style! Sauna & outdoor shower in backyard. For craft beer lovers, we provide Growlers & beer passports. For wine lovers, free tasting passes for several of our fav wineries. If you prefer to stay in and cook, we have you covered. Endless trails, waterfalls, waves & paddles.
$115 per night
Home in Hood River
Downtown Hood River with River Views
30+ night stay min. Approx $2000. (Off season). Located downtown Hood River with Columbia River views! Required check in date is at the beginning of the month and check out is at the end of the month. Walk across the street and down 'The Stairs' and you're in downtown! There are also 5 parks within 5 minutes of the house. A taxi is not needed at the end of the night after enjoying your evening! Walking distance to many restaurants, tasting rooms & breweries.
$60 per night
Bungalow in Hood River
Hood River TREEFORT +31nights
Hood River TREEFORT is tucked away overlooking & in walking distance to the Eventsite, and a flight of stairs up from downtown Hood River. Mindfully integrated with nature, each room contains a desk for working remote, queen memory foam mattress, outdoor lounging areas & 2 inflatable Stand Up Paddle boards are available. A perfect rustic value stay for a month + in the Gorge. Below the house parking is on street and free 24 hours a day.
$122 per night

Stay near Hood River's top sights

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Columbia River Gorge4 locals recommend
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Hood River Waterfront Park55 locals recommend
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Columbia Gorge Hotel & Spa7 locals recommend
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Mount Hood Railroad17 locals recommend
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Best Western Plus Hood River Inn4 locals recommend
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Walmart14 locals recommend

Hood River house rentals

Home in Hood River
Casa Del Stoke - Views, Hot Tub, Walk To Downtown, Light & Open & Tranquil
$231 per night
Home in White Salmon
Beautiful Spacious Home in Downtown White Salmon
$115 per night
Home in Hood River
Casa di Lucia
$175 per night
Private room in Hood River
The Irish Inn RM#3 - STR Licence#642
$160 per night
Home in Hood River
Hood River Vista
$285 per night
Home in Hood River
4 Lodge Condo - Within minutes to Downtown, breweries and waterfront
$100 per night
Private room in Hood River
Cozy Private Studio - Close to Town
$46 per night
Home in Hood River
Devon Court - Adorable Remodeled, Quiet, Near Town, Fenced Yard, Pet Friendly
$141 per night
Home in Hood River
Spacious family home w/ hot tub
$164 per night
Home in White Salmon
Little Vine House (with hot tub)
$105 per night
Home in White Salmon
Modern Cabana in White Salmon
$94 per night
Home in Hood River
Garden Cottage Winter Retreat - Vacation Rental
$242 per night

Your guide to Hood River

All About Hood River

Just an hour east of Portland in the Columbia River Gorge is the small port city that shares a name with its nearby body of water: Hood River, one of the top wind-sport destinations in the world. The combination of dry and warm desert air from eastern Oregon with wet weather from the Pacific Ocean creates a wind-tunnel effect that’s perfect for windsurfing and kite surfing. Hood River is also strategically located for skiing on nearby Mount Hood, while the area offers scenic hikes, challenging mountain-biking trails, picturesque golfing, and thrilling whitewater rafting.

Hood River hosts a thriving food and drink scene, too, with apples, pears, and cherries up for tasting at dozens of local orchards. In the summer and fall, these orchards attract numerous visitors who grab bags and baskets of fresh produce, along with baked goods and ciders made at local farms.

Several of Oregon’s most popular craft breweries, cideries, and wineries are located in Hood River, some of which have incredible dining options alongside opportunities to taste their award-winning creations.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Hood River?

Spring, summer, and fall in Hood River are best for wind sports, visiting farm stands, dining on outdoor patios, and hiking in the warm outdoors. Fall temperatures drop somewhat, but not enough to chase visitors indoors. You can enjoy local cider tasting, leaf peeping, and fall events like the Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum’s Fly-In in September, featuring hundreds of vintage planes on display on the museum grounds. In October, the Hood River Valley Harvest Fest is held along the river, with vendors offering local produce, jams, wines and ciders, and locally made arts and crafts. Winter tends to be cold and dry, and is the perfect time for skiing at one of the three resorts on nearby Mount Hood.

What are the top things to do in Hood River?

Hood River Fruit Loop

This scenic 35-mile drive through farmland and forests takes in nearly three dozen member stands offering wines, fruits, vegetables, flowers, ciders, and other goodies. There’s a handy downloadable map for a self-guided tour, and what’s available varies by the harvest month. Blueberries are freshest during late summer and pears during the fall, but you can buy treats like huckleberry milkshakes and pumpkin pies on a daily basis throughout harvest time.

Post Canyon

Drive south for 30 minutes to reach the network of mountain hiking and biking trails in the Post Canyon area, which intersect over tree-lined dirt paths that can become muddy after a bit of rainfall. Hop on your bike and navigate through the wooded area, choosing easier or more strenuous trails. With an elevation peak of 3,400 feet, the views from the top are guaranteed to be breathtaking.

Mount Hood Railroad

The century-old Mount Hood Railroad starts right in downtown Hood River. This shortline heritage railroad offers round-trip excursions through northern Oregon, with views of snow-capped Mount Hood and the Columbia River Gorge. In winter, the Mt. Hood Christmas Train is adorned in twinkling lights and displays for the jolly season. The winter ride is best enjoyed after dark, when views of vineyards and orchards are traded in for Christmas trees, light shows, and maybe even Santa Claus himself with his reindeer crew.

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