Once called The Promised Land by Oregon Trail pioneers, Mt. Hood Territory is bursting with fruit fields, farm stands, and u-pick farms. Mt. Hood Territory is loved for its for freshly grown fruit, produce and flowers, and we want to share them with you. What better way to stay connected to the land and learn about where your food comes from than picking it yourself?
Dreaming of a bushel full of berries? Have your fill at Morning Shade Farm, where you can pick blueberries, raspberries, gooseberries, marionberries and boysenberries. Maybe tomatoes are your fruit of choice. Check out Hartnell Farms to enjoy over 100 varieties of tomatoes, from cherries to heirlooms.
Fruit and veggies aren’t the only u-pick options in Mt. Hood Territory. Fill your vases with colorful treasures, such as tulips and lavender from Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm or Clackamas County's annual Lavender Festival in Oregon City. Worried that u-picking is just for summer and spring times? Think again! We also have some of the best u-pick Christmas tree farms and pumpkin patches in the state.