Kiyokawa is an heirloom apple orchard that has been handed down through three generations that boasts big fruit on minimally-pruned trees. The sprawling acres have not only apples and pears, but also Italian plums, cherries, and peaches, some of which are Organic. The first thing you notice out at Kiyokawa is Mt Hood towering over the orchard. The air has the smell of the apple and pear throughout. Turning around, you also see a great view of Mt Adams framed behind more pear and apple trees. They also allow the public to come and U-Pick for a fair price. Randy Kiyokawa grows a variety of apples and pears, as well as a small assortment of stone fruit, kiwi berries, and even quince. Kiyokawa lies in the heart of the Hood River Valley and is part of the Hood River Fruit Loop. They were one of the earliest apple and pear orchards in Oregon that had dedicated U-Pick rows.
51 miles from PCFCo.
Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums