Situated in the far west of the Benson County and just 35 miles from Burbank, Pasco and Kennewick also known as the Tri-cities, Prosser has rich agricultural heritage with many world-class wineries and vineyards. In fact, the people of Prosser welcome and encourage visitors to taste the results of the distinctive fruit grown in the Yakima Valley, Horse Heaven Hills and Columbia Valley American Viticulture Areas.
Population of Prosser
As of last year’s count there are less than 6,000 people living in Prosser. Its economy centers on wine grapes, processing plants, agriculture, apples, concord, hops, wheat, asparagus, cherries and corn.[continue reading]
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What to See and Do in Prosser
The scenic area in Prosser runs along the north in the vicinity of Rattlesnake Hills and along the south near Horse Heaven Hills. You can also view the Yakima River which runs through the city. Indeed, Prosser is a great place if you enjoy the views of mountains. What’s more living the true meaning of peace is a place called Prosser.
Warm and close to nature there are a lot of outdoor activities offered here including golf, hunting, boating, and fishing, hiking and camping. You can also visit their public library, activities center, 17 churches, athletic club, five parks, a museum and a club.
Prosser and the people that live here will truly make you feel at home. In addition to that the surroundings is simply a great place to call home.Posted by Colleen D. Lane on