Hood River, Oregon in the Columbia Gorge. The west side of town about 12 miles from downtown. Elevation is 1500 feet. Great view of Mount Hood. Meadow is open. Surrounded by pear, apple and cherry Orchard. Does catch some wind in the afternoon. Sunny location. Farm is located adjacent to county-owned Forest- mountain biking trails, ATV trails, horseback riding trails. Water sports down at the river.
Dogs must be kept leashed. No campfires during hazardous conditions.
Gravel Road runs past a very slightly sloped five-acre Meadow for parking RVs and vehicles. To turn around, back into Meadow and then turn out onto Road.
There is 5 acre Meadow for parking vehicles,
We didn’t get to meet the hosts, but enjoyed a restful evening with a beautiful view.
Tom and Ramona were wonderful hosts and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves for two nights on their property. The view of Mount Hood is outstanding and was a wonderful way to start the day with coffee and end the day with a cocktail. Thank you so much Tom and Ramona for your hospitality!
Tamiyasu Orchards is a quiet and peaceful site with an amazing view of Mt. Hood. We stayed for two nights and had a lovely visit with T & M, the owners. We were completely boondocking here, so it’s best to be self-contained and independent. It was really only a few minutes to town and the bike trails, which we loved. We would certainly take advantage of this spot again—because it’s new, bring your levelers.
Tom and Ramona are new hosts and both are wonderful people. They are working on improving but I stayed two nights cause it was great. Downhill to Hood River is about 9 miles by bike. Wineries nearby and brew pubs downtown. View of Mt. Hood is spectacular. Wish I knew how to post a picture here. Orchard has pears, cherries and apples.