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Neal Creek Orchard and Gardens. 3716 Neal Creek Road, Hood River, OR 97031. Phone: 541-354-1145; Fax: 541-354-1869. E-mail
Packer Orchards and Bakery. 3900 Highway 3, Hood River, OR 97031. Phone: 541-354-1140.
Hood River Saturday Market. Phone: 541-490-3671.
Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail. Toll-free: 1-800-551-6949. GPS: Lat: 45.684935 N; Long: -121.4046 W.
Overlook Memorial Park. 2nd Street & State Street.
Hood River Veterans Memorial and Memorial brick seat wall.
Stratton Rose Garden. 2nd Street south of State Street.
Roses, fountain and benches.
Hood River Cinemas. 5th and Columbia Street, Hood River, OR 97031. Phone: 541-386-7503.
Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum (WAAAM). 1600 Air Museum Road, Hood River, OR 97031. Phone: 541-308-1600; Fax: 541-308-1601.
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Curious Gorge (Hiking and Exploring the Columbia River Gorge Area) by Scott Cook. The Columbia River Gorge's favorite hiking and exploring guidebook. This book has all the popular hikes such as Eagle Creek, Dog Mtn, Beacon Rock, etc...but, unlike typical "hiking" guides...Curious Gorge also details lesser-known attractions such as viewpoints, waterfalls, caves, local museums, historic relics, etc etc. Order now...
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