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Beautiful country for a drive! Some stops have cute extras like a historical house, wooden apple checkers, wooden swing, kids’ fort, gardens, goats, but most are basically fruit stands. The tasting options are fun - not all have them. You can find pastries, cookies, and...More
We found a brochure in the hotel we were staying at and decided to check out the Fruit Loop. There was a pretty good map in the brochure so we just followed that. Some of the stops at farms, wineries, fruit stands were marked with...More
There are no signs to guide you on your way. We were constantly pulling out our map, and we still couldn't find the fruit stands.
We definitely suggest that the county puts up signs along the route and that the individual participants put out BIG...More
We were curious about this trail that passes farms, orchards, and vineyards. It helps a lot to have map at hand to look for the kind of places you want to visit. Our first stop was at Packer Orchards and Farm Place, where I went...More
Sounds kind of funny to call something the Fruit Loop, but it's a lot of tasty fun. Depending on the time of year, you can taste cherries, peaches, pears and apples. I never knew there were so many varieties of apples. My favorite time of...More
This 35 mile drive starts and ends in Hood River and includes a variety of fruit groves (cherries!) although at this time most were not open. There were wineries and vineyards, a chestnut farm, lavender farms and even an alpaca farm, scattered around the 35...More
If you like farm stands, then you'll enjoy this loop drive with its beautiful scenery and periodic farm stands and other shops. Download the current drive route before you head out. The day we did this was overcast and only occasionally glimpsed Mt. Hood. I...More
This 35-mile drive through orchards, vineyards, fruit stands, and tasting rooms was a real treat. We took photo after photo of flowers, trees, and produce while enjoying tasting local jams and pies. We didn't stop at every stop, but chose a sample of each venue....More