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Panorama Point County Park, Hood River

(4.5/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
Panorama Point County Park is located in Hood River. Plan to visit Panorama Point County Park and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Hood River attractions using our Hood River itinerary planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • The view from this park is stunning. We went in the fall, when the colors were at their peak. If had been a clear day, we could have seen Mt. Hood, but oh, well.  more »
  • Little known and visited, is a very nice course. Fabulous views to Mt. Hood and the orchards in the vicinity. keep in mind that is not, leaving the main road, very well signposted.
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  • Definitely a good stop. Easy to get to. Any stop on the Fruit Loop drive around Mt Hood will give you a great photo.  more »
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  • Great view of mount hood but not so good fit adams...
  • Beautiful view of Mt. Hood from here. Every direction provides an incredible view of the surrounding landscape.
  • Nice view of Mt. Hood and the farmland and orchards below.
  • Great views, completely worth there couple of miles out of the way!
  • Really nice view of the Hood River Valley and Mt Hood. I eat my lunches here when I'm passing through the Gorge.