Looking for a place to hang your hat and call home? Check out Tri-Cities, Washington which is made up of the cities of Kennewick, Pasco and Richland.
You will love to call this sunny paradise home especially since it has 300+ sunny days every year. What a wonderfully great and versatile place to raise a family or take advantage of your golden years.
There are few places left that can hold on to the old traditions and yet include so much for everyone from the youngest to the oldest.
Let’s look at what the Tri-Cities, has to offer you and your family.
Recreational: All your favorite water sports are ready for the taking. Swimming, boating, waterskiing, windsurfing, and fishing are just some of what you can enjoy when living in, or just visiting the Tri-Cities. Maybe you love the great outdoors, beautiful parks, biking, soccer, ice hockey, or a variety of wildlife. They're sure to have it in Tri-Cities. You won’t want to miss the Sacajawea Heritage Trail when you get there! Tri-Cities is rich with activities the whole family can enjoy.
Historical: Enjoy Hanford Reach National Monument, nature trails with national wildlife refuges, museums Tamastslikt Cultural Institute, LIGO Hanford Observatory, Fort Walla Walla Museum, East Benton County Historical Museum, Columbia River Exhibition of History, Science, and Technology, as well as the Yakama Nation Cultural Center.
Enjoy all the Cultural activities Tri-Cities has to offer your family. Being in the wine region of Washington you’ve never tasted anything like you will at the wine region wine-tasting and one of the many wineries.
Here are few places that you won’t want to miss to get your fill of culture: Camarata Musica and CBC Performing Arts. Give the sound of music to your ears by going to see the Mid Columbia Symphony. Let’s not leave out the Richland Players Theatre, Three Rivers Arts & Entertainment, or the Ye Merrie Greenwood Players to tickle your cultural arts fancy. Enjoy the ballet at the Mid-Columbia Ballet.
Tri-Cities comes together with three beautiful cities that just seem to compliment each other with their history and rich cultural and vast amount of activities available.
The first and largest of the three cities is Kennewick. Historically it was the home for the Chemnapum Indians (their name meaning: “Winter Haven”. The second largest city is Pasco. This is home to Sacajawea State Park which was where camp had been set up for several days by the Lewis & Clark Expedition in 1805. It is also part of the million acre Columbia Basin Irrigation project.
Richland, the smallest of the three cities, is based around science and technology. Don’t miss the driving tour of the alphabet houses that were set up during WWII. Take time from your eventful day to enjoy the Columbia River Exhibition of History, Science and Technology. Come and learn what has made this community so technologically rich.
West Richland is a growing city that is attracting new businesses all the time. Don’t miss West Richland’s Flat Top Park, it is the main park where many diverse family events take place all throughout the year.
Another thing to check out is the Visitor and Convention Bureau calendar of events. It is full of community activities offered to families living or visiting the Tri-Cities.
And lastly, be sure to check the homes for sale listed in the area, Talk to a local real estate agent and ask them how you can become a member of the fabulous Tri-Cities.