You have just arrived in the Columbia Gorge and it is 90 degrees in the shade. You do a bit of hiking on the PTC, take a few pictures while standing on the Bridge of the Gods, and then go for a raft ride. By the time you are done, you are exhausted and sunburnt. You don’t feel like camping or even risking what you might get on a home sharing service; you want a place where you can crank up the air conditioning, watch TV, and enjoy the indoors.
Arrived Now can find lodging near Hood River where you will have air conditioning in every room. Our beautiful homes offer comfortable living rooms where you can kick back and watch television or a movie on the flat screen television or surf the net with our high-speed internet.
You can wash off the smell of the river or the dust you acquired on the trail in your clean and comfortable bathroom and get a good night’s sleep on the ergonomic mattress that your bedroom provides.
In the morning, you can fix yourself breakfast in your fully equipped kitchen. You can eat that breakfast on your porch or patio as you get ready for another day of fun in the gorge.
If you had enough of the out of doors, you can enjoy some of the informative and fun museums and shops in the Hood River area. Here are a few places you will want to check out.
This museum will educate you about the history of the Hood River and Columbia Gorge area with many interactive exhibits. Find out what life was like for loggers, fur traders, and the Native Americans who once occupied the area.
The Ruddy Duck
This fun clothing store has some truly quirky and eclectic fashions to chose from. The friendly sales people at this store can help you find the perfect scarf to go with that peekaboo dress and those fishnet knee socks.
The Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Museum
This museum will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about the geological history of the Columbia Gorge. The center offers exhibits about dinosaurs, the ice age, and the foliage and fauna that occupy the area today.