Mt Hood – Parkdale, Oregon welcomes you to the northern flank of Mt. Hood in the Hood River Valley. We up here in the Upper Valley call our little hamlet Parkdale. There once was a post office in the town of Mt Hood, just down the road and one here in Parkdale. Mt Hood office closed and Parkdale added its name. So the story goes.
With phenomenal views of rolling hills, the surrounding orchards and towering Mt Hood at its doorstep, the agriculture community of Parkdale, Oregon is one of the most photogenic spots in the Columbia River Gorge.
This magnificent landmark on the north slope of Mt. Hood is estimated to be about 600 years old. If Columbus had come to Oregon in 1492 he would have seen this tree already growing into a vigorous young sapling. When measured in the year 2000 it was 21.5 feet in circumference, 8 feet in diameter and 168′ tall. You can see this tree from about anywhere in the valley as it towers over the acres and acres of fruit trees. It’s on the Halliday property about a half mile south of the Baseline Dr – Cooper Spur junction in Parkdale, Oregon.
Parkdale’s inspected B&B provides luxurious lodging located near the major attractions of the Mount Hood – Parkdale area, including:
- Mt. Hood dominates the landscape surrounding Parkdale and from every turn in the Hood River Valley
- Four ski resorts provide downhill skiing, snowboarding & cross country skiing
- Paddle Laurance or Lost Lakes
- Fine Dining, wineries and breweries
- Timberline Ski Area boasts the only year-round snow slopes in North America
- Mt Hood Meadows Ski Resort
- Fishing, hiking, biking, cycling in Mt. Hood National Forest
- The Hood River County Fruit Loop, a scenic 35-mile drive through the valley’s orchards, wineries, forests, farmlands & friendly communities
- Famous Apple Valley Bar-B-Que and Solera Brewery
Mt Hood – Parkdale Oregon Bed and Breakfast
Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast – Recognized as an Oregon Bike Friendly Business and now with two EV charging stations. Mid way between Hood River, the Columbia River Gorge and Mt Hood, the Old Parkdale Inn with three well appointed guests rooms, is the ideal home base for outdoor adventures or a quiet retreat
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