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Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm

4 SEASONS OF FUN

No matter the season, you'll find a reason to visit Mt. Hood Territory any time of the year. 

Spring: There’s still plenty of fresh snow on Mt. Hood, while tulips are blooming in the valley. Adorable baby farm animals are being born, and rafters begin taking to the lakes and rivers. It's the perfect spot for your spring break.

Summer: Cool off on Mt. Hood with summer skiing, or hike amidst fields bursting with colorful wildflowers. The options for a memorable summer vacation abound in Mt. Hood Territory.

Fall: Autumn welcomes breathtaking fall color, while our farms share their bounty at harvest festivals and events. Bring the kids along a portion of the Oregon Trail, or take a haunted history tour. We put the "fall" in “fall in love.”

Winter: Bundle up and head to Mt. Hood for some epic skiing and snowboarding… or even Cosmic Tubing! For those wishing to stay warm, make your way down to the Willamette Valley for an intimate wine tasting experience during Cellar Season. Either way, winter here is a wonderland.

Wooden Shoe Farm purple, orange, pink and red tulips and windmill at sunrise in Mt. Hood Territory
SPRING
SUMMER
Girl wields a wheelbarrow laden with pumpkins through hundreds of pumpkins all waiting to become Halloween jack-o-lanterns.
FALL
Two snow tubers with glow in dark necklace wait at top of Cosmic Tubing run in 2-man turquoise tube beneath neon lights
WINTER
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