Sober Travel in the Tri-Cities: Fun Alcohol-Free Activities
The Tri-Cities is well-known for its wineries, breweries, and distilleries - but there is an incredible amount to do here even if you don’t drink alcohol. More and more travelers are choosing sober travel, with the intention of having more mindful, engaging, and memorable experiences. Many people have found that sober travel completely changes the way they travel, and even the way they see the world.
Looking for alcohol-free travel in the Tri-Cities?
Here’s some sober travel inspiration for your trip to this wonderful area of Washington State, filled with novelty, fun, socializing, and discovery!
Visit Tri-Cities welcomes all attendees from the Clean and Sober Softball Tournament!
The Clean and Sober Softball Association (CSSA) has hosted their Prairie Dog Memorial Tournament in the Tri-Cities since 2002. This event is part of a series of tournaments organized by CSSA, bringing together teams from across Washington with the goal of promoting a clean lifestyle free from drugs and alcohol. The Prairie Dog Memorial Tournament will bring in approximately 50 adult teams from western Washington. The tournament will begin with a Home Run Derby on Friday night and will continue with games being played until late Sunday night. The 2023 Prairie Dog Memorial Tournament will take place at the Southridge Sports & Events Complex, Lawrence Scott Park, and the Pasco Sporting Complex the weekend of May 26-28.
This Clean and Sober 2023 Northwest Championships is held along with a series of tournaments organized by the Clean and Sober Softball Association (CSSA) to bring together teams from across Washington with the goal of promoting a clean lifestyle free from drugs and alcohol. CSSA has, once again, decided to return to the Tri-Cities in 2023 for their Northwest Championships. The 2023 Northwest State Championship Tournament will take place at the Southridge Sports & Events Complex, Lawrence Scott Park, and the Pasco Sporting Complex the weekend of September 1-3. The State Championship Tournament will bring in approximately 65 adult teams from around Washington.
Whether you’re looking for delicious gourmet cuisine, a place to celebrate a special occasion, or top notch service…
We all anticipate the future and look forward to resuming travel under the Washington State Re-Opening Phases.