The Hood River County Fruit loop is located in the beautiful Hood River Valley at the foot of majestic Mt. Hood. The twenty-eight member stands offer you a variety of wines, fruits, vegetables, flowers, ciders, and food. Visitors have a true farm experience and, while making their purchases, can learn about how those apples, pears, cherries and grapes were produced.
While there are twenty-eight stands, they are not all open at the same times and dates. Many of the wineries are open all year. Most of the fruit stands open during harvest time, which changes every year. Cooler weather means that the fruit is harvested later, warmer weather makes for an earlier season. Specialty stands, such as blueberries, have a shorter season.
Because of these differences, the Hood River County Fruit Loop wants to ensure that you have the most current information on stand openings. Please check out our website and follows us on Facebook for the latest information.
Open Stands Updated March 16, 2018:
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? Click here to go to our Maps page.
If you have a large group, please contact the individual stands directly for information on bus/RV accommodations. If you are planning a visit, and wish to arrange a tour (no size limit), please contat Martin's Gorge Tours at 877-290-TOUR (8687) or 503-349-1323 for more information.