- Includes metal and wood sculptures, ceramics, fiber art, photography and handicrafts.
- A mid October Harvest festival
- Wander along the Hood River Waterfront
Overview: There are 15,000 acres of orchards in the picturesque Hood River Valley region, and these orchards turn out almost 50% of the country's winter pear crop. Here at the Hood River Valley Harvest fest you will find freshly harvested pears in a good many number of varieties, plus other harvesting produces too. Such as apples, locally made wine, chestnuts, hazelnuts, onion, garlic, peppers, jams and jellies.
When: A mid-October event. October 13th-15th, 2017.
Where: The Hood River Waterfront
Fees: Costs may vary
Details: The Hood River valley Harvest Fest has over the years become extremely popular, and so, thousands of people from all over the state and beyond too visit the fair. Along with agricultural products, the Hood River festival also includes metal and wood sculptures, ceramics, fiber art, photography and handicrafts.