Welcome Home! Adams Creek Cohousing in Hood River, OR
Our growing multi-generational community is welcoming new members of all ages. Intentionally designed to promote interaction among neighbors, we are especially interested in welcoming young families to our community. We believe that both children and adults thrive and benefit when all ages live in community.
Adams Creek Cohousing consists of a strong group of amazing people, active in the community and genuinely caring about each other. In times of need, illness, and loss, we are there to support each other. The children are establishing strong bonds along with all the adults. Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, members have joined together several times per week. In person we enjoy group hikes, bike rides, and outdoor potlucks. Creek restoration workers have removed blackberries and ivy to reveal beautiful waterfalls and natural wonders. Creekside happy hours provide an opportunity for making music, singing, laughing and storytelling. The kids love to play along the creek and climb nearby trees. One of our autumn traditions involves making paper lanterns decorated with fall leaves and then parading the neighborhood for Halloween. Our Friday night online zoom happy hours allow all members to connect, sing, play games, tell stories, and have fun, even if they are far away or unable to travel.
We are strengthened in our life together by visions and values for living in community. Expressing our visions and values guides us in the decisions we make and the time we spend together. Sustainability and reduced use of fossil fuels are priorities. We strive to live lightly on the land, sharing electric vehicles and e-bikes.
Our professional team brings a wealth of experience in creating cohousing communities and includes developer UD+P, architect Mike Flowers of MFA, general contractor Ethan Beck, and consultant Katie McCamant. There will be 25 residential units, a recreation building, and a large common house with a music room, living room, laundry, playroom, exercise room, 2 guest rooms, kitchen, dining room, and a large outdoor deck with breathtaking views of the Columbia River Gorge and Mt Adams. We have some fabulous cooks in our community and are planning to share and enjoy many meals together in our common house.
Please come visit our beautiful, wooded property with a running creek on 2.4 acres in Hood River, OR. We are on track for a 2023 move in.
City services and amenities are within walking and biking distance of our property. Hood River County and Columbia River Gorge offer national forest adventures, winter sports and summer recreation opportunities. Adams Creek Cohousing is two blocks from an all-season public swimming pool, Hood River Middle School, the local hospital, and Jackson Park. This is a great place to live, work and play for all ages.
Home to both Oregon’s highest mountain and mightiest river, Hood River is the Gorge’s basecamp for outdoor adventures, from hiking, mountain biking and skiing to windsurfing, kite boarding and rafting. With a population of about 7,400 people, Hood River has maintained its small-town charm with the restoration of many historic buildings, the preservation of locally owned businesses and an eclectic mix of restaurants, bakeries, breweries, delis, shops, and galleries. A short distance away is the active Hood River Waterfront, a paradise for kids with beach with swimming area, playground, bike paths and watersports.
Hood River is a one-hour drive along the beautiful Columbia River from Portland, OR, which offers an international airport, Portland Trail Blazers, Portland Storm and Timbers, performing arts and amazing shopping and plentiful public transportation.
Hood River valley is known for its farmlands which produce apples, pears, cherries, peaches, grapes, blueberries, and organic vegetables. The Hood River Fruit Loop is a 35-mile scenic drive through the valley’s orchards, forests, farmlands, and friendly communities, attracting many tourists year-round. The valley offers a year-round farmers market offering local vendors produce, art and music.
Out of the 197 school districts in Oregon, Hood River County school district ranks in the top ten. Hood River also offers a community college.
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Contact: Becki 971-245-2533