Hood River Valley Harvest Fest

Date: October 13-15, 2017
Location: The Hood River Harvest Fest is located at the Hood River Event Site just north of Exit 63 off Interstate 84.
Contact: (541) 386-2000

Celebrate Hood River’s harvest season at the 35th annual Hood River Valley Harvest Fest on October 13-15, 2017, presented by Pacific Power and produced by the Hood River County Chamber of Commerce. This old-fashioned fall festival brings together more than 120 vendors offering local produce and food products, plus arts and crafts, wine, cider and beer tastings. Held along the scenic Hood River waterfront, this is the Columbia River Gorge’s biggest celebration of the region’s incredible fall bounty.

New for 2017: An expanded beer, wine and cider tasting experience, featuring the Gorge Cider SocietyColumbia Gorge Winegrowers Association and Full Sail Brewery.

Festival-goers can load up on boxes of Hood River favorites, including fresh pears, apples, pumpkins, berries and flowers, and a wide variety of local foods, from pies and jams to smoked salmon and chocolate-covered cherries. Hood River Valley Harvest Fest is also a great place to get a jump-start on holiday shopping, thanks to numerous local artisans.

Youngsters will love the kids’ activity area, complete with bouncy houses, face painting and other activities. All festival-goers ages 15 and up are invited to take part in the popular pie eating contests on Saturday and Sunday at 2pm.

And, just a friendly reminder, pets are not allowed at the event.

The Hood River Valley Harvest Fest gives back to the community! This year the Hood River County Chamber of Commerce and Hood River Valley Harvest Fest volunteer grant program donated $4550.00 in total to the following non-profit organizations:

Photography Policy

Hood River County Chamber of Commerce reserves the right to use any photograph/video taken at any event sponsored by HRCCC, without the expressed written permission of those included within the photograph/video. HRCCC may use the photograph/video in publications or other media material produced, used or contracted by HRCCC including but not limited to: brochures, invitations, books, newspapers, magazines, television, websites, digital print, etc.

To ensure the privacy of individuals and children, images will not be identified using full names or personal identifying information without written approval from the photographed subject, parent or legal guardian

A person attending a HRCCC event who does not wish to have their image recorded for distribution should make their wishes known to the photographer, and/or the event organizers, and/or contact HRCCC, 720 E. Port Marina Drive, Hood River, OR 97031, in writing of his/her intentions and include a photograph. HRCCC will use the photo for identification purposes and will hold it in confidence.

By participating in a HRCCC event or by failing to notify HRCCC, in writing, your desire to not have your photograph used by HRCCC, you are agreeing to release, defend, hold harmless and indemnify HRCCC from any and all claims involving the use of your picture or likeness.

Any person or organization not affiliated with HRCCC may not use, copy, alter or modify HRCCC photographs, graphics, videography or other, similar reproductions or recordings without the advance written permission of an authorized designee from HRCCC.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

Presented by:

Thank you to our sponsors!

Prices are per day:

  • Adults $6
  • Seniors $3 on Friday/$5 Sat & Sun
  • Kids under 12 are FREE

Hours:

  • Friday 1:00-6:00 pm
  • Saturday 10:00 am-6:00 pm
  • Sunday 10:00 am-5:00 pm
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Extend your Stay

Hood River Valley Harvest Fest takes place during autumn, one of Hood River’s showcase seasons. The summer crowds have dissipated, fall harvest is in full swing, and the trees in the Hood River Valley are turning beautiful fall colors. Visitors can easily turn Harvest Fest into a long vacation weekend by going apple picking along the Hood River County Fruit Loop, biking the scenic Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail from Hood River to Mosier, and feasting on farm-to-table dinners at local restaurants. For ideas of all you can do in the Gorge this fall, go to hoodriver.org/i-love-hood-river/

Beer lovers who want to go to the source can visit more than 10 independent breweries on both sides of the Columbia River. Breweries in the Gorge (BIG) offers a map and passport on its website, breweriesinthegorge.com. For more top Hood River autumn activities, go to hoodriver.org/hood-rivers-top-fall-activities.

While the Eagle Creek Fire did not directly impact the town of Hood River, area businesses have been greatly affected by the 3-week closure of I-84 (now re-opened in both directions.) Right now, patronizing our local businesses, as well as those of other Gorge communities, is a great way for people to support the Gorge.

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