Eco-Friendly cabins near Hood River
Hood River has been a haven for hikers and campers alike in recent years; surrounded by wilderness and rooted in the Columbia Gorge, it isn’t hard to see why. When you are camping in the middle of so many natural attractions, it’s best to stay in an eco-friendly cabin. This way, you don’t have to worry about making a negative mark on the planet. In fact, you can enjoy all the home luxuries you are used to at the same time as giving the environment a helping hand. To make the most of what Hood River has to offer, head to the Columbia River Gorge for hiking, or visit Hood River Waterfront Park, which has a beach for cooling down in the summer months. The best time to go is in April, when the Blossom Festival offers the best, most colorful views of Mount Hood.
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