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What To Do in the Yakima Valley
Yakima, Washington Attractions
The scenery of the Cascades and Washington State's Yakima Valley are a few of Washington tourist attractions that offer a quick study in contrast. See the manmade artistry of the Toppenish murals or the natural beauty of the Rattlesnake Hills and the State Fair Park. Washington State's heartland is also the state's most densely populated wine region proposing some of the best wine country attractions in the area.
Weather, central location, affordability and an abundance of activities offer visitors a relaxing and enjoyable stay. Find some of the best Washington attractions Yakima Valley has to offer!
Yakima Valley Wine Country
The Yakima Valley is a perfect hub for day trips throughout the Central Washington Region. Numerous historic towns, scenic wonders and other Washington activities are within an hour's drive. These neighboring towns will take you back in time. Past and present are side by side in farming communities which feature apple orchards and vineyards.
Hit the road and watch the topography change. You will be amazed at the variety and diversity of this region. National forests and wildlife viewing, lakes, streams, rivers, skiing, hiking and beautiful agricultural settings transport you in the great outdoors. Indulge in a wide variety of outdoor Yakima sports and activities. And for a taste of Yakima Valley's bounty, look no further than the small farms you see along the road. Take some time and do some shopping in the Yakima Valley. A major mall, specialty malls, and local shops make shopping convenient and one of the best Washington activities almost everyone can enjoy!
The Yakima Valley is a perfect hub for day trips throughout the Central Washington Region, and numerous historic towns and scenic wonders are within an hour drive. Hit the road and watch the geography change, you'll be amazed at the variety and diversity of this region. National forests and wildlife viewing, lakes, streams, rivers, skiing, hiking and beautiful agriculture settings transport you to the great outdoors. And neighboring towns will take you back in time. Past and present are side by side in farming communities from apple orchards to vineyards.
Historic North Front Street
During your stay in Yakima, plan to stop in and enjoy the many activities offered in the city of Yakima. Take a step back into history with a stroll along the boardwalk of Track 29 and visit very unique shops located in authentic railroad cars. Visit the restored 1912 Northern Pacific Depot which houses boutique shops and attractions located on North Front Street.