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Welcome to Tri-Cities Washington

Welcome to the Tri-Cities, where 300 sun filled days offer visitors a year round outdoor paradise. Fun in the sun is a way of life in the Tri-Cities–one reason it’s among of the most popular spots for Washington vacations. Recreation and sports enthusiasts will love the Tri-Cities, with everything from bicycling to bowling and hunting to soccer, as well as fishing, water-skiing and paddling on the Columbia, Snake, and Yakima rivers. The area's ten beautiful golf courses challenge the most experienced players, but can be enjoyed by beginners as well. Visitors can also cheer on one of the three professional sports teams. After savoring just one of the local premium wines, visitors will understand why the area has been rightfully called the "Heart of Washington Wine Country." The Tri-Cities boasts more than 200 wineries within a 50-mile radius, producing some of the finest wines in the world. Learn more about each of the cities below and plan one of the best Washington vacations ever!


It doesn’t matter how fast time flies, the color of your hair (or if you even have any), or whether you’re young or just young at heart… Fun is fundamental in Kennewick. Learn More Kennewick


Richland is a place where you can stroll along the Columbia River, enjoy an outdoor concert or find an imaginative playground for young and old alike. Learn More Richland


Pasco has seen tremendous growth in the last 15 years. Aesthetic and recreational charisma surrounded by natural beauty make this desert community a popular destination. Learn More Pasco

West Richland

The City of West Richland resides along the beautiful Yakima River which meanders through the valley and borders the city just above its confluence with Columbia River. Learn More West Richland


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Expert advice on touring the Heart of Washington Wine Country, where the grapes are grown and world class wines are made.


Get all of the inside tips on what to see and do to create a memorable visit to the Tri-Cities.


Kayaking, paddle boarding on the Columbia River or biking along a riverside trail, here is a list of what makes the Tri-Cities great.
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