Added by Alex Anderson
Lavender Valley is a beautiful, must see lavender farm in the shadow of picturesque Mt. Hood.
Lavender Valley is a beautiful 6 acre hidden gem just 30 minutes south of Hood River, Oregon. Drive south on Hwy 35 for 12.6 miles to Woodworth Rd. Turn right/west onto Woodworth Rd. Take Woodworth Rd for 1.5 miles to Alexander Rd. Turn right/north onto Alexander Rd. Take Alexander Rd for 1 mile until you reach Boneboro Rd. Turn right onto Boneboro Rd and Lavender Valley Farm is at the end of the road 0.3 miles.
Park in front of the small store or take a right into the gate and park next to the planted field of lavender for additional parking. The farm is located in the beautiful Hood River Valley within view of the picturesque Mt. Hood, standing tall at over 11,000 feet. The farm has a 360 degree view of the surrounding landscape and farms. The farm is a great place to picnic or hold a celebration. The small store has many essential oils, beauty supplies, and lavender honey which is all home made on the property. The farm is open Wednesday through Sunday, 10am-5pm, from May 28 to September 4th. The farm is free to anyone who wants to walk through the beautiful lavender field or take some amazing photos. If you want to make an amazing bouquet of lavender to take home, it is only 4 dollars to pick your own. Make sure you add this destination to your Oregon vacation plans!
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