Discover a selection of 500 vacation rentals in Mount Hood that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including WiFi and fireplaces. Prices start at $104 per night, and cabins and houses are popular options for a stay in Mount Hood. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Enjoy Mount Hood at vacation home rentals

Mount Hood may only be a tiny unincorporated community in Oregon, but with the snow-covered peak of Mount Hood itself rising in the distance it becomes a jewel of a place, a gorgeous little oasis to relax in while exploring the wonders of the Mount Hood National Forest. A beautifully restored town hall is the heart of the community, a charming place to join locals for movie nights and farmers' markets. Mount Hood vacation rentals are cozy places to relax in after outdoor adventures. From skiing in winter to hiking in summer, this region is a haven for adventurers and nature-lovers alike.

Things to do

Tourist attractions near Mount Hood vacation rentals

The Mount Hood Town Hall is a hive of activity throughout the year. Local farmers and artisans sell their wares at the farmers' markets, while musicians keep everyone smiling with live entertainment. In winter, the hall is a great place to join the community in decorating Christmas cookies, taking pictures with Santa and shopping for presents at the Handmade Holiday Market. Mount Hood vacation rentals are peaceful havens to rest in after exhilarating winter days skiing on nearby Mount Adams and Mount Hood, or summer ones embracing your inner adventurer for thrilling windsurfing, kiteboarding and rafting down the Hood River.


Activities near Mount Hood vacation homes

The community of Mount Hood is small but vibrant, a gateway to exciting outdoor adventures and laid-back community events. When summer arrives, you can head to the local farmers' market and purchase the very best fruits and vegetables from the thriving farms and orchards nearby. In winter, bundle up warmly and head for the snow-covered woods for invigorating days of snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, before heading back to Mount Hood vacation rentals for big bowls of popcorn and steaming mugs of hot chocolate around the fire. Anglers can enjoy watching the mist burn off the river as they trawl a line for fish.

Day trips

Day trips near Mount Hood vacation homes

Mount Hood vacation rentals are the perfect starting point to see the sights of Portland. Vacation homes are available near places like Portland Japanese Garden, a serene, landscaped garden with stunning waterfalls, a tea house, and mountain vistas, and Pittock Mansion, a museum within a historic home with locally made crafts and history-inspired items. The Oregon Zoo, a vast zoo with hundreds of wildlife species and educational programs, and the International Rose Test Garden, a landscaped test garden with beautiful roses in manicured displays, are 2 other highlights.


Local weather for your stay in Mount Hood vacation homes

Mount Hood nestles in dense forest, due east of Portland, Oregon, and has the ever-changing weather typical of the Pacific Northwest. Summers in Mount Hood are dreamy, with warm, sunny days and temperatures in the high 70s to low 80s. Fall is absolutely stunning, as the trees change color and bring a vibrant glow to the region. Fall days enjoy clear skies, warm sunshine and temperatures sitting comfortably in the 60s. Winter is the rainy season in Mount Hood, and the snowy season on the mountain, so if you visit in winter, wear layers and keep a raincoat handy.

Natural features

Black bears and ospreys in Mount Hood

With snow-covered mountains, rich farmland, dense forests and vast meadows, Mount Hood is a gorgeous area of vibrant natural beauty. It's a 1.5-hour drive east from Portland, 2.5 hours north of Bend, 4 hours south of Seattle and 5 hours south-west of Spokane. It is close to the Hood River and almost surrounded by Mount Hood National Forest, with Gifford Pinchot National Forest just across the river. Mount Hood is home to myriad species of mammals – including mountain lions, black bears, black-tailed deer, coyotes, elk and yellow-bellied marmots – and birds – including ospreys and bald eagles.

How to get there

Traveling to and around Mount Hood

The nearest airport is in Portland, OR (PDX-Portland Intl.), located 47.6 mi (76.7 km) from the city center.

Good for couples

Romantic vacation homes in Mount Hood

Mount Hood has several outdoor areas to enjoy on a couple’s getaway. Vacation homes are available near places like Trillium Lake, a beautiful lake with mountain and forest surrounds with campsites, hiking trails, and ski paths, and Ramona Falls, a cascading waterfall in a scenic forest with hiking trails and wildlife. You might also enjoy Burnt Lake, a lake in the national forest with nature trails and diverse landscape for outdoor recreation.

How many vacation rentals are available around Mount Hood?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 554 vacation rentals around Mount Hood. From 149 cabin rentals to 418 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.