Presented by Pacific Power and produced by the Hood River County Chamber, this old-fashioned fall festival brings together more than 125 vendors offering local produce and food products, plus arts and crafts, wine, cider and beer tastings. Held along the scenic Hood River waterfront, this is the Columbia River Gorge’s biggest celebration of the region’s incredible fall bounty.
New for 2017: An expanded beer, wine and cider tasting experience, featuring the Gorge Cider Society, Columbia Gorge Winegrowers and Full Sail Brewing Company. Proceeds will benefit The Arc of the Mid-Columbia.
Youngsters will love the kids’ activity area, complete with bouncy houses, face painting and other activities. They can also watch world-record giant pumpkin carver Scott Cully craft detailed designs into a 600-pound pumpkin. All festival-goers ages 15 and up are invited to take part in the popular pie eating contests on Saturday and Sunday at 2 pm.
Prices are per day:
Adults $6 Daily
Seniors $3 on Friday/$5 Sat & Sun
Active Military $3 on Friday/$5 Sat & Sun
Kids under 12 are FREE
Friday 1:00-6:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am-6:00 pm
Sunday 10:00 am-5:00 pm