The fertile Hood River Valley is home to numerous small, family-run fruit orchards, delighting visitors to samplings of luscious apples, pears, cherries, peaches, blueberries, raspberries and strawberries. Hood River Valley is the largest pear-growing area in the United States. Wasco County is the number one producer of sweet cherries in Oregon, with the Goldendale area in Washington recognized for its delicious peaches.

One of the best ways to experience the fresh fruit paradise is to take the 35 mile scenic drive along the Hood River Valley Fruit Loop. Not only can you buy fruit or pick your own, you can also sample homemade pies and preserves, taste local wine, or take home a bouquet of fresh lavender.

Do yourself a favor and plan a day to experience the fresh fruit paradise in the Columbia River Gorge. You’ll be glad you did!

Seasons of our Fresh Fruit Paradise

Early June through late June

Late June through early August

Late June through late July

Mid-July through mid-August

Early August through mid-September

Mid-August through late October

Early August through late October

Fall Produce
Early October through late October

Farmers Markets

Cascade Locks Farmers Market
June – October
Second & fourth Thursdays, 3–6pm
City Plaza on WaNaPa Street

Estacada Farmers Market
May 9 – September 26
Saturdays, 11am–3pm
Wade Creek Vintage Marketplace
664 NW Wade Street

Hood River Farmers Market
May— third week of November
Saturdays, 9am–1pm
5th & Columbia

Hood River Indoor Farmers Market
December – April 10
First & third Saturdays, 10am–1pm
May Street Elementary School

Mercado del Valle
June 18 – September 17
First & third Thursdays, 4–6pm
Atkinson Drive, Downtown Odell

Mosier Farmers Market
Third week of June – September
Sundays, 10am–2pm
First Street

Mt. Hood Farmers Market
May 1 – October 30
Friday nights, 3–7pm
38600 Proctor Blvd, Sandy
(located behind Dairy Queen and the Big Apple)

The Dalles Farmers Market
June – second week in October
Saturdays, 9am–1pm
City Park, Union and E. 5th Street

Camas Farmers Market
June 3 – September 30
Wednesdays, 3–7pm
4th Avenue, between Everett and Franklin

Goldendale Farmers Market
May 9— September 26
Saturdays, 9am–2pm
On Chamber lawn at 903 E. Broadway

Lyle Farmers Market
May – October
Fridays, 4-6pm
Lyle Activity Center

Saturday Market in Trout Lake
End of June – Sunday
Labor Day weekend
Saturdays, 9am–3pm
The Grange

Stevenson Farmers Market
Mid June – first week in October
Saturdays, 10am–1pm
On the waterfront, 140 SW Cascade Avenue

White Salmon Farmers Market
Third week of June – mid-September
Tuesdays, 4–7pm
Rheingarten Park, Washington & Lincoln Streets

The Fruit Loop in the Hood River Valley is a fun scenic drive and opportunity to stop at farms and fruit stands along the way

Fruit Loop


Visit all twenty-six of our member farm stands. Enjoy their seasonal bounty of award-winning wines, cider, fruit, vegetables, flowers, delicious food, and artisan gifts. Experience spectacular scenery and breathtaking views of majestic Mt. Hood! Pick up a map along the way, or visit our website.

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