Oregon September 07, 2019
For A Fun Fall Weekend With The Family, Take A Trip To Draper Girls Country Farm In Oregon
Oregon’s rural communities are some of our favorites. The pastoral scenery is splendid, and there’s nothing like picking a peach right off the tree before biting into it. The Draper Girls Country Farm is the perfect place for a fun fall getaway, and you can even stay overnight here to make it a weekend trip!
Welcome to the Draper Girls Country Farm! This beautiful, 40-acre farm was established in 1962, and it's a vibrant part of the Mt. Hood community.
Address: 6200 OR-35, Mt. Hood, OR 97041
The family-owned farm provides a welcoming experience to visitors. Whether you're just stopping by the fruit stand, or staying overnight, the Draper sisters will make you feel right at home.
The farm stand has all kinds of fresh, tasty produce. Depending on the season, you might find cherries, apples, pears, peaches, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, prunes, and nectarines.
The farm also offers jam, honey, canned fruit, cinnamon-sugar dried apples, and farm-raised beef, lamb and pork.
You can purchase produce that's already been picked, or you can pick your own! Peaches are in season right now, and you can pick 'em daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Before heading out to pick fruit, give the farm a call to make sure that there's fruit ripe for the picking. The phone number is (541) 490-8113.
Apple cider has always been a favorite on the farm, and a few years ago Theresa and her daughters created Draper Girls Cider Company, which offers hard cider.
Whether you choose fresh cider or hard cider, you'll love the fresh-apple taste that shines through.
Once you visit this farm, you'll fall in love, and you might even want to stay a little longer.
Book a stay at the farmhouse cottage!
The cozy farmhouse has everything you need for an enjoyable weekend. The large living room has a fireplace, television with satellite and DVD, and comfy furniture for lounging.
With four bedrooms, you can bring along friends or family. The home sleeps up to eight people comfortably.
A large kitchen is stocked with all the dishes, pots, and pans you need to created delicious meals, and two bathrooms ensure that you and your guests won't feel too crowded. There's a two-night minimum stay here, so plan on spending all weekend!
The farm is part of Mt. Hood's Fruit Loop, so the area is perfect for exploring. The farmhouse cottage makes a good home base for your weekend adventures.
Find the Draper Girls Country Farm about 12 miles south of Mt. Hood. It's open every day of the year.
From June to November, the farm stand is staffed from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.. After hours, and during the rest of the year, you can stop by to pick up produce and leave your money in a self-serve honor system.
Visit the Draper Girls Country Farm
website to learn more, and make sure to follow the farm’s Facebook page to see what’s new there. Book an overnight stay from the Farm’s VRBO.com listing.
Does a weekend trip to this farm sound like heaven to you? Tag the friends and family you want to take with you in the comments!