There is a reason why Hood River is on everybody’s list (25 Amazing Journeys for 2022, Top Ten Ski Towns, West Coast’s Most Romantic Small Towns, Best Places in Oregon to Live, Work and Play). In the summer the days are long and perfect for outdoor pursuits. But if lazy days are more to your liking, relax by the pool or have lunch on the deck at Riverside.

Spring is particularly beautiful in the Gorge. Waterfalls are abundant from the winter run-off, wildflowers are in full bloom and the days are noticeably longer. The Hood River valley is world renowned for its pear, cherry and apple orchards and their explosions of color this time of year. See all the springtime glory on area hiking trails, bike routes and scenic viewpoints.

Plan a day at Hood River’s Hops or Harvest Fest, or visit one of the area wineries which produce some of the top wines in the Pacific Northwest. Fall is the perfect time to visit the Gorge! The bounty that has been growing all season is now making its way to local farmstands, and your table at Riverside.

Mt. Hood has the nation’s longest ski and snowboarding season. Snow fun is just 30 minutes away. Hood River comes alive in the winter with annual tree lighting, downtown parade and boutique shopping. Start a family tradition and cut down your own Christmas tree or reserve our holiday or winter packages and enjoy s’mores by our firepits. Or maybe just cozy up to the bar with friends and a crafted cocktail or a glass of local wine in our Riverside Wine Lounge.