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  1. Yakima Valley Trolleys

      Yakima is home to the last operating, turn of the century interurban electric railroad-and it’s a trip you have to take. At the Yakima Valley Trolleys museum, you’ll see modern trolley operations and can even charter your very own trolley for any special outing. The operating season is now extended through September with trolleys…

  2. Hike Cowiche Canyon Trail

      More than 30 miles of trails encompass the Cowiche Canyon Trail system, perfect for hiking and biking. From Cowiche Canyon West to East, the Uplands/Scenic Trails, and the summitview of Snow Mountain Ranch, there’s a trail length and challenge for every outdoor lover. Conveniently located just a few miles from downtown, it’s the trail…

  3. Yakima Area Arboretum

      Welcome spring in Yakima at the Yakima Area Arboretum, a dedicated city green space that encompasses 46 acres. Here, you can stroll through natural areas and gardens, and take in stunning tree collections. Nature walks are a great way to discover the valley, or perhaps you want to try out a gardening class. In…

  4. Father’s Day Steakhouse Specials

    If you really want to wow Dad this Father’s Day, book a reservation at one of Yakima’s top ranked steakhouses. Black Angus features holiday specials like the fire-grilled fresh artichoke, jumbo shrimp cocktail, wagon wheel sample platter and, of course, your favorite cuts from filet mignon to New York strip. Their peanut butter cup pie,…

  5. Yakima Horseback Riding

    Rich with equestrian options, from the new horseback rider to the experienced, Yakima hosts rodeos year-round and it’s home to a number of cowboys. Horse-friendly trails snake around the region, from the rugged hills to the pine groves, making this wine country the perfect place to saddle up. You’ll be able to discover views impenetrable…

  6. Plan Your Yakima Spring Break Escape

    Spring in the Pacific Northwest is straight out of a fairy tale, complete with other-worldly green hues and ideal temperatures for outdoor adventures. In Yakima, try the local farmers market, where you can sample some of the best homegrown produce and pastries in Washington. Next, head to Hyatt Vineyards for a tasting and tour of…

  7. Central Washington State Fair

    Fall is starting to close in on us rather quickly and we all know what that means. It is time for the fair. That’s right, the Central Washington State Fair is here! The 2014 Central Washington State fair kicks off September 19th and runs all the way thru September 28. For those of you who are…

  8. Yakima Spas

    While you are in town, enjoy not only the local wineries, beautiful scenery and fantastic restaurants but treat yourself to a relaxing day at the spa. Everyone deserves a little pampering every now-and-then and this just might be the perfect time for your ‘Me’ day! With several great choices in town, we thought we would…

  9. Yakima Folklife Festival

    This week is the 32nd Annual Yakima Folklife Festival here in Yakima. This long going festival is one that draws many year after year. Each year the festival is held at the Yakima Valley Museum and Franklin Park adjacent to the museum. This two day festival, as always, is free to the public. Enjoy live…

  10. Cinco de Mayo in Yakima

    Cinco de Mayo is a great time to celebrate the Latino culture and heritage and we are here to give you a little guidance on exactly what, when and where you can enjoy some of the largest and most exciting activities in the Yakima Valley this weekend. The 13th Annual Fiesta Grande kicks off Saturday…

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