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This year we will be bringing our gathering to a few sacred spaces in the heart of Hood River, Oregon. Join us for early morning and evening practices at the Valley Amphitheater – a beautiful green space next to a pond tucked into a sea of orchards. This beautiful space is just a 5 minute drive from the center of Downtown and our studio doors. During the heat of Saturday and Sunday afternoons, we will offer sessions at two unique studios in charming center.
In downtown and around the Gorge there are delicious and healthy eateries to meet everyones dietary needs, parks and picnic spaces for relaxing in the shade, and just a short drive away – hiking trails, waterfalls, and natural swimming pools to explore.
Please NO SWIMMING in the Cattail pond! If you are looking to cool off during breaks between sessions you are welcome to explore the Columbia and Hood Rivers. Beaches and parks can be located along the waterfront – walking distance from downtown, or you can scout local swimming spots a short drive out of the center.
- If you bring it in with you, make sure that it returns with you or finds a “properwaste receptacle” ~
Choose to be mindful about your waste/trash, you can find receptacles near the amphitheater, around downtown, and at the studio.
- It’s Hot! Make sure you arrive at this event with a full reusable water bottle ~
We support the local water shed by choosing to refrain from the commercial distribution of bottled water here. We will have a water filter at the studios, and drinking fountains on the waterfront available for you to replenish when needed.
If you need to change or relieve yourself, public restrooms are available near the amphitheater along the waterfront, and you will also have access to the restrooms, shower, and changing rooms at the studios in downtown Hood River.
True Nature was created to hold space for a conscious, clear, joy-filled, sattvic event. Please no alcohol or clarity-altering substances – please don’t bring them with you.
- We are an eco-friendly event honoring ahimsa (non-harming) and shaucha (clarity and cleanliness). As a co mmunity, lets honor this space, town, the land, and ourselves.
Hood River Hostel
The official True Nature Lodging site! Hood River Hostel offers boutique hostel accommodations – shared and private rooms, continental breakfast, computers, fax, copies, free wi-fi, amazing mountain views and much more! Modern green building being reserved for True Nature yogis. And as of 6/20/16 they do still have some dorm space available! Reserve soon.
Rates: Dorm (Female or Male) 10 twin beds per dorm, bathroom and shower in dorm $50pp/n
220 Clearwater Lane, Hood River, OR 97031
The Columbia River Gorge Hostel
A hostel built into a historic school house right near the Columbia River in downtown Bingen. Close to all of the sites and sounds of the Gorge, and just across the bridge from Hood River.
Rates: Private Rooms 59$/night and Dorm rooms starting at $22/night
Reservations at: (509) 493-3363 or http://bingenschool.com/
Vacation Rental Homes:
Hood River & White Salmon Rentals – airbnb.com (still have many available as of 6/20/16)
Find Unique Rentals in Hood River. Book Vacation Rentals starting at $49/Nt+
Hood River Vacation Homes – Hot Tub, WiFi & More (still have availability as of 6/20/16)
From $75/Nt! Large Selection of Vacation Rentals
Hood River Vacation Rental – HomeAway.com (still have availability as of 6/20/16)
The Perfect Alternative To Hotels. Live Like A Local In Hood River!
Hood River Vacation Rentals – Columbia River Gorge (still have availability as of 6/20/16)
Masters at finding the perfect vacation home! Choose from luxury lofts, comfy condos, downtown classics, contemporary dream homes and super-cool country …4 night minimum for month of July
Call To Reserve: (541) 387-3113
VRBO – Hood River Vacation Rentals (still have many available as of 6/20/16)
Browse and book Hood River vacation rentals on VRBO – Vacation Rentals By Owner. Inquire directly with owners and plan your Oregon next vacation here.
Columbia Gorge Vacation Rentals (Still have availability as of 6/20/16)
Welcome to the beautiful Columbia River Gorge. For an exceptional vacation rental experience, and a reliable vacation rental home use Columbia Gorge Vacation Rentals.
*Many still have availability as of 6/20/16
Bridge RV Park & Tent Camping
Description: Private campground on the northeast side of the Hood River bridge in Bingen, WA
Info to Reserve: www.bridgerv.com or (509) 493-1111
Miles away from downtown HR: 1 mile north
Facilities: flush toilets, running water, showers, laundry, pet sitting services, free wifi
Rates: $27/night tent/car, $48.89/RV full hookup, $2/dog, $5/person over 4/site, $5/extra car, $10 late checkout (3pm)
Description: A County Park campground on the Hood River south of town
Info to Reserve: First Come, First Serve. Best to come early in day or check at 1pm for openings. Summer is quite busy but every year is different
Miles away from downtown HR: 6 miles south
Facilities: flush toilets, running water, showers, tent & car camping, no RV hookups (no electricity), 103 sites
Rates: $19/night, $29/night river’s edge
Additional Info: 2440 Dee Highway, Hood River, OR 97031
Tent or RV Camping, White Salmon, WA – AirBnB
Description: Tent and RV space available minutes from the White Salmon River and the Columbia River Gorge
Info to Reserve: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/3318511
Miles away from downtown HR: minutes from town
Facilities: Outdoor shower, port a potty, picnic tables and water faucet, dogs allowed
Rates: $15/night, $10/night after 2 guests, accommodates 6
Viento State Park
Description: An Oregon State Park campground in the Columbia River Gorge near river, active railroad and I-84 (train horns/noise day and night); beach spot on Columbia River, Exit 56 on I-84, west of town
Info to Reserve: www.reserveamerica.com “Viento State Park, OR” or 1-800-452-5687
Miles away from downtown HR: 7.5 miles west
Facilities: flush toilets, running water, showers, tent camping to RV hookup, 55 RV sites, 15 tent sites
Rates: $17/night tent, $22/night electric hookup, $7/extra vehicle
Memaloose State Park
Description: An Oregon State Park campground in Columbia River Gorge near river, active railroad and I-84 (train horns/noise day and night), east of town, no safe river access
Info to Reserve: www.reserveamerica.com “Memaloose State Park, OR” or 1-800-452-5687
Miles away from downtown HR: 10 miles east
Facilities: flush toilets, running water, showers, 40 full hookups (RV dump), 65 tent sites, (541) 478-3008
Rates: $19/night tent, $28/night full RV hookup, $7/extra car
Lost Lake Resort & Camping
Lost lake provides a variety of Yurts, camping spots, and cabins just south of Hood River and along a beautiful lake. It is a 45 minute drive into town, so plan ahead if this is an option you are considering. They still have a few yurts left for the 22-24th of July 2016. But call soon because they will go fast!
Reservations: Call 541-386-6366 or find more options at http://lostlakeresort.org/
Lodging Info: Yurts typically come with two sets of bunk beds, one with full bed below and a single above, and the other bunk with 2 singles – sleeping a total of 5. The site has a picnic table and fire-pit. We have several yurts, all the same size and range from 65 to 70 dollars a night. Sleeps 5, Pet friendly, NO linens, Includes 1.5″ mat on each bunk bed.
Description: A Hood River County Park campground on a popular/busy reservoir southwest of town
Info to Reserve: First Come, First Serve; limited information available
Miles away from downtown HR: 12.9 miles southwest
Additional Info: Kingsley Reservoir Park, Kingsley Road, Hood River, OR 97031
Description: A Forest Service campground in Columbia River Gorge near active railroad and I-84 (train horns/noise day and night); Exit 51 on I-84, west of town
Info to Reserve: www.recreation.gov
(or just 3 sites set aside for First Come, First Serve)
Miles away from downtown HR: 13 miles west
Facilities: NO water but flush toilets are available, tent & car camping, no RV hookups (no electricity)
13 sites, 3 group sites
Rates: $10/night, $20/night group, $5/extra car
Description: A Hood River County Park campground on Hood River south of town
Info to Reserve: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Miles away from downtown HR: 14.5 miles south
Facilities: flush toilets, running water, tent camping to RV hookup, 20 full hookups (RV dump), 40 electric/water, 21 tent sites, 2 group sites
Additional Info: 7360 Toll Bridge Road or Highway 35, Parkdale, OR 97041
Description: A Hood River County Park off Hwy 35 south of town, on Hood River past Tucker Park but before Sherwood Campground, small
Info to Reserve: First Come, First Serve; limited information available
Miles away from downtown HR: 21 miles south
Additional Info: 9656 Highway 35, Parkdale, OR 97041
Locally-Sourced Whole Food Options:
Remedy Juice Cafe
Premium organic juices, smoothies and lunch fare promoting optimal health through live, organic, nourishing foods. We are next to Flow Yoga at 112 3rd St. in downtown Hood River, and invite you to visit us from 8:30. to 6 p.m daily. Check out our menu or phone in your order at https://www.facebook.com/RemedyJuiceCafe?fref=ts
Solstice Wood Cafe & Bar
Eat like a local at the waterfront! Featuring wood fired pizza, veggies, salads, & gluten-free s’mores, Our food is purchased from local farmers we know and respect and is prepared with love, care and creativity. “From artisan pizza to seven-course culinary adventures” http://www.solsticewoodfirecafe.com/
Location: 108 Hwy 35 (next to Tum-a-Lum), Hood River 11am-5pm
Globally inspired. Nourishing Food including Bowls, Small Plates, Nutrition Packed Smoothies, Vegan and Gluten Free Options and Sustainable Animal Proteins www.leahslunch.com
A local gourmet deli with numerous salad, sandwiches, and hot food specials. Can mix and match as you please. When available, ingredients are sourced locally or ethically.
A new local Ice-cream and kombucha shop that serves home-made gluten-free, dairy-free ice cream with seasonal flavors and attention, as well as home-brewed kombucha.