Welcome to the Hood River Fruit Loop
A unique rural farm experience awaits you in the beautiful Hood River Valley, where you will encounter 28 on-the-farm fruit stands, wineries, breweries, cideries, and fields of flowers. The Hood River Valley has a rich agricultural heritage, beginning with the planting of the first fruit trees in 1855, resulting in 14,500 acres of pears, apples, and cherries that cover the valley today. Wander down the 35 miles of scenic country roads on your self-guided tour and create great adventures with family and friends, while exploring the abundance of farm products grown in the valley. If you are traveling in a bus or large RV, please call the individual stands for information on accommodations.
Fruit Loop members invite you to enjoy a self-guided tour of our Fruit Loop Stands along a scenic 35-mile loop in the Hood River Valley.
Need directions to a particular stand?
The member farmstands of the Hood River Fruit Loop welcome you to their property and respectfully request that you stay within the public spaces. Please take note of signs that mark areas that are closed to public access.
To stay up to date with the most current information on stand openings, harvest availability, and events, please frequently check our website and follow us on Facebook for the latest updates.
Travel Tips & FAQs
Plan your trip ahead with these frequently asked questions. Also, be sure to check out each stand's social media to see current events, what is in season, hours of operation, and more!