Cities: Hood River

On October 29, 1792, WR Broughton and his men of the Vancouver Expedition discovered and named Mt. Hood, in honor of Lord Hood of British Admiralty. The Lewis and Clark Expedition paved the way and named the glacial stream now known as the Hood River. Followed by Lewis and Clark were trappers, fur traders, and pioneer settlers.

Hood River has a ton of things to do and we started the Hood River BnB so more people would be able to experience all the great activities the Gorge has to offer.

Lodging: Bed & Breakfast

Vacasa offers vacation homes in Hood River and surrounding area. From country estates with Mt. Hood views to hip downtown apartments we have the perfect lodging choice for everyone. 

We invite you to wake up in the mornings to soft, gentle breezes, vineyard and Mt. Hood views with complimentary wine tasting just next door.

Lodging: Bed & Breakfast

Locals love this family-owned and operated (by Scott and Gail Hagee) winery and estate vineyard in Oregon's Hood River Valley.

Attraction: Weddings, Wine

When the wind dies on your kite session, shower beneath the 90-degree water that has been baking in the dry sun from your portable camp shower, grab a fresh burrito and a bag of Rainier Cherries from the local stand a

Recreation: Skateboarding

Discover Oregon's tallest waterfall from both the bottom and the top

Recreation: Hiking

NOTICE: The Museum is temporarily closed, but plans to relocate soon.