If you’re looking for a quiet respite after a long day of sightseeing or playing, stay at one of Hood River’s many B&Bs. Nestled in orchards, on farms and in quiet residential neighborhoods, area B&Bs are known for their charm and hospitality. Proprietors might even share secrets about their favorite hiking, fishing and windsurfing spots.
From Hood River’s wonderful and reasonably priced county parks, including Tollbridge and Tucker Park, to some area lodgers’ glamping packages, Hood River caters to RVers, car campers and people touring by bike. The Mt. Hood National Forest also offers plenty of designated campgrounds and even fire lookouts and rustic cabins for rent.
Looking for a room with a view? Hood River has plenty, from waterfront lodges to boutique hotels to affordable motels—many of which offer outstanding views of the Columbia River as well as modern amenities such as pools, hot tubs and exercise rooms.
Looking to stay for a while? Vacation rentals provide plenty of room to spread out, as well as storage for your gear. Options range from luxury downtown lofts, to Victorian-era homes to cabins in the forest. You can choose to stay in town, close to restaurants, parks and shopping, or seek solitude in the country.