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We drove The Oregon Fruit Loop and had a wonderful time. The Gorge was a wind tunnel, but as soon as we headed up Hwy 35 the wind went away, and we had a great time buying fresh apples, pears, and ciders and enjoying the...More
We came in early October when not all stops were open. Some are not even open at all in October others are open in October but only on certain days. You’ll want to be sure to check a calendar and list first!
Had we known,...More
Beautiful country for a drive! Some stops have cute extras like a historical house, wooden apple checkers, wooden swing, kids’ fort, gardens, goats, but most are basically fruit stands. The tasting options are fun - not all have them. You can find pastries, cookies, and...More
We found a brochure in the hotel we were staying at and decided to check out the Fruit Loop. There was a pretty good map in the brochure so we just followed that. Some of the stops at farms, wineries, fruit stands were marked with...More
There are no signs to guide you on your way. We were constantly pulling out our map, and we still couldn't find the fruit stands.
We definitely suggest that the county puts up signs along the route and that the individual participants put out BIG...More
We were curious about this trail that passes farms, orchards, and vineyards. It helps a lot to have map at hand to look for the kind of places you want to visit. Our first stop was at Packer Orchards and Farm Place, where I went...More