Yakima State Washington is the state’s eleventh largest city by population. The name “Yakima” comes from the Yakama Nation Native American Tribe whose homeland is located in the south of the city. The city of Yakima is located 60 miles southeast of Mount Rainier in Washington and is situated in the Yakima Valley that has productive agriculture. 

White Pass

Come and leave the city behind and let us explore the White Pass! White Pass offers terrain for skiers and riders of all abilities. White Pass features slope-side accommodations at the Village Inn, on-site childcare, a variety of eating options, and full-service Learning, Nordic, Rental, and Retail Centers, everything in a calm family atmosphere.


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Sportsman State Park

Located on the east side of the city is the Yakima Sportsman State Park. It is a public recreation area and an oasis of green in a desert region. This site was developed by the Yakima Valley Sportsman’s Association in the early 1940s. The park offers hiking, camping, picnicking, bird watching and fishing. Grab the chance and bring your family with you.



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Italian Wine and Food

Enjoy Italian food and great wines in the heart of Yakima Valley Wine Country! They bring you old-country heartfelt Italian dishes as you dine in. And I assure you, you will not get bored with their dishes because when you pay another visit the food would be different!  They rotate their dishes according to the season and whims of their culinary team! 



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