Lavender Fields with a Mt Hood View
With Mt Hood as a backdrop, the lavender farms of the Hood River Valley are nurtured with abundant sunshine and fertile soils and growers who take pride in producing their quality lavender products. You’ll find serenity, be rejuvenated in the aromatic fields.
Hood River Lavender is a certified organic farm in the Hood River Valley. The owners, Diane and Joe not only grow acres of lavender, they steam distill their crop to produce high quality pure essential oil of lavender which goes into the making of their line of bath and beauty products.
In 2015 Red Chair Travels visited the Hood River Valley and relaxed awhile in the Hood River Lavender fields.
Lavender Valley farms 25-acres in the rich soils of the Hood River Valley, some rows are oriented with a vanishing point that pays reverence to the beauty of Mt. Hood. The grounds also offer a 5,000 square-foot, circular view area for picnics, events or celebrations. The lavender products they produce are designed to bring lavender into your daily life.
Both Lavender Farms are located on the Fruit Loop, a 35 mile driving tour through the Hood River valley. Meandering the scenic back roads, with awe inspiring views of Mt Hood around every corner. Visit family farms, wineries, and friendly communities. Over 15,000 acres of fruit trees are in full bloom from about mid April through mid May.
There are 9 unique Oregon bed and breakfast inns located in the Hood River Valley. Each provides the hospitality and comforts not always found in hotels. After a hearty Northwest breakfast our innkeepers love to help you plan your day, whether it be hiking the forests that surround Mt Hood, tasting wines, searching for that perfect photo op or just relaxing at a serene location such as the Hood River Lavender fields.
Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild is ready to share Oregon with you: it’s environment, culture, and heritage. Combine gracious hospitality with ambiance at an inspected and approved Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild member Inn.