Hood River Farmers Market

Columbia River Gorge

If you happen to be around town from May to September, check out the farmers market for crafts, live music, fresh produce and locally made foods. From December through April there's a smaller winter market at 1st St and Cascade Ave from 1pm to 4pm on the first and third Saturdays of the month.

Lonely Planet's must-see attractions

Nearby Columbia River Gorge attractions

1. History Museum of Hood River County

0.42 MILES

This worthwhile museum depicts the history of Hood River County and the mid-Columbia River region, with displays on Native American artifacts and quirky…

2. Rowena Crest

10.63 MILES

On top of Rowena Crest are spectacular views and vast meadows now preserved as a wildflower sanctuary. Governor Tom McCall Reserve, on Rowena Plateau, is…

3. Columbia Gorge Discovery Center

15.27 MILES

This excellent museum covers the history of the gorge, from its creation by cataclysmic floods to the hardships pioneers had traversing it, to early…

4. Fort Dalles Museum

17.31 MILES

This museum was once part of an 1856 fort and is Oregon's oldest history museum. It's a fascinating place full of historical items; highlights include an…

5. National Neon Sign Museum

17.7 MILES

Housed in the magnificent, late-1800s Elks building, this fun, 'flashy' and educational museum is a fantastic new addition to The Dalles. You'll start…

6. Cascade Locks Historical Museum

18.61 MILES

Housed in an old lockmaster's three-story residence (1905) across from the locks, this museum features Native American artifacts, a fish wheel and a…

7. Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center

18.65 MILES

Located just below Skamania Lodge, this museum weaves together the many threads that form the area's history – Native Americans, early explorers, pioneer…

8. The Dalles Dam & Lock

19.54 MILES

The Dalles Dam, built in 1957, produces enough electricity to power 800,000 homes. Access to this power came at a price, however. The dam's reservoir,…