Mt Hood Vacation Rentals: Plenty of Room for the Family
Our two-bedroom Hood River vacation homes provide so much more than a hotel ever can: your very own space, lots of room to spread out, complete kitchens, and more. You’ll feel at home the minute you step inside, with fresh linens, cable TV, high-speed internet, and BBQ grills. Every home includes a washer and dryer for your convenience, and many also include outdoor decks, hot tubs, and bicycles for your use. Check individual listings to see which include these special amenities. Many of our homes are also located within easy walking distance to downtown Hood River, a great town with lots of cute shops, galleries, restaurants, and bars for your enjoyment. And of course, you can watch the windsurfers from the riverfront!
Outdoor Sports Paradise
When you’re not resting in your comfortable two-bedroom Mt Hood vacation rentals, explore the many attractions and activities in the area. The Hood River region has long been known as a great place for outdoor sports of all kinds. Whether you love hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, or skiing, Hood River is the place for you. It’s also becoming known as quite the destination for wind sports such as windsurfing and kiteboarding! That’s right, no need to travel to the tropics: you can learn to windsurf right here in Hood River! There’s even a protected harbor where beginners can practice safely.
Nearby, beautiful Mount Hood looms majestically over the skyline. Head up there for your choice of four ski areas in the winter time, along with the nation’s only year-round glacial ski area. Hood River also has a waterfront park, public pool, skate park, and lots of biking and walking trails.
While Oregonians have always flocked here in the fall to stock up on Oregon’s best apples, pears, cherries, and more, nowadays Hood River is becoming known as quite the culinary destination. Visit in April for the Hood Valley Hard-Pressed Cider Fest, a celebration of the alcoholic version of every kid’s favorite beverage. Beer lovers will want to come in October instead, for the Hood River Hops Fest. Don’t forget to tour a vineyard or two before retreating to our two-bedroom Hood River vacation homes for a good night’s rest!
For those who enjoy museums, Hood River’s got a few worth checking out. Kids will appreciate the antiques at the International Museum of Carousel Art, while grownups will enjoy the Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum. To learn more about the history of the region, visit the History Museum of Hood River County.