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About Draper Girls 

Draper Girls Country Farm is a U-Pick orchard and farm in the famous Hood River Fruit Loop, Oregon. We are a family-owned and operated farm that has been serving the Hood River community for over 60 years. Our farm offers a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables that are available for you to pick yourself or purchase from our Country Store. Come visit us and enjoy a day out in the beautiful Hood River Valley!

Third Generation
Family Farm

Draper Girls' Country Farm was established in 1962 when Roman and Ann Braun, Theresa's parents, relocated from El Segundo, California to the Hood River Valley. Early on, Roman and Theresa's brother Mark would press fresh sweet apple cider on an old wooden press, selling by the gallon to patrons who visited the farm stand. Making sweet cider remains a family tradition Theresa has carried on since purchasing the farm from her parents in the early 1980's.  The farm continues to be a family owned and operated business. 

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Meet the Draper Family

Draper Girls Country Farm is owned and operated by the Draper family - Theresa, and her three daughters, Rachel, Crystal and Stefanie. The family has been farming in the Hood River Valley for three generations and has a deep connection to the land. They are passionate about sharing their love of farming with the community and are dedicated to providing high-quality products and fruit to their customers.


100 Year Old Trees

Visiting Draper Girls Farm is like taking a step back in time to a place where nature's beauty and history intertwine. Among the many treasures this farm holds are its majestic 100-year-old apple trees, standing tall and proud. Picking apples from these century-old trees feels like a privilege, a connection to generations past, and a taste of the authentic flavors of the past. It's a reminder of the enduring legacy of farming and a chance to savor the sweet and crisp taste of history in every bite. Draper Girls Farm is not just a farm; it's a living tribute to the timeless beauty of agriculture.

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