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Yakima Valley Sports Venues


ALL PURPOSE

Yakima Valley SunDome

1301 Fair Avenue • Yakima, WA 98901
Contact: Greg Lybeck 509-248-7160 Assistant General Manager State Fair Park
Website: www.yakimasundome.com

Constructed in 1989, the Yakima Valley SunDome is one of the most flexible multi-purpose facilities in existence. In its history, the SunDome has hosted a multitude of events, including CBA regular season and All-Star games, NBA exhibition games, and High School basketball and volleyball state championships. The facility has also played host to rodeos, MMA, monster trucks and motorcycle events.

Renovated in 2002, the SunDome now offers ten locker rooms, meeting space and additional seating. The facility will seat over 7,000 fans for a basketball game played with one court. For high school state tournaments, two courts are placed end-to-end with a curtain separating them. The two-court configuration allows access for approximately 6,200 spectators. For volleyball, the SunDome can host tournaments with between 3 and 8 courts. The SunDome offers great viewing with spectators very close to the action.

The SunDome has hosted state basketball tournaments since 1999. The facility has hosted two tournaments per year since 2001, and three tournaments since 2009. The Yakima Valley SunDome can be rented by promoters who wish to stage basketball games and other events.

Features:
  • Ample enclosed, paved parking for patrons
  • Up to ten locker rooms for use by teams and officials
  • Four concession stands plus several mobile food vendors
  • A large ticket booth with up to eight windows that face the parking lot
  • Phone lines and internet service to accommodate media and tournament operators
  • On-site catering
  • Wireless access

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AUTO RACING

Yakima Speedway

1600 Pacific Avenue Yakima, WA 98901
Contact: Steve Conduff 509-248-0647
Website: www.yakimaspeedway.us

Yakima’s 1/2 mile paved oval hosts a wide variety of events with Super Late Models, Late Models, Street Stocks, Hobby Stocks, Hornets, Bump to Pass, Modifieds, Vintage Racing, and the ASA Northwest Late Model Tour.

Yakima Speedway has also hosted car shows, motorcycle races, demolition derbies and truck races. The track is available for rental by event promoters and private parties.

Features:
  • A lighted half mile oval with plenty of space for spectator parking.
  • Grandstand seating that will accommodate approximately 3000 fans.
  • Easy access and visibility from Interstate 82
  • Concession stands and restrooms
  • A quality sound system
  • No hook-up RV parking

Renegade Raceway

1395 North Track Road Wapato, WA 98951
Contact: Derrick Snelson 509-877-4621
Website: www.renegaderaceway.com

The Yakima Valley’s 1/4 mile drag strip offers racing fans a range from street legal vehicles to Summit Racing Series events. The track can be rented to outside promoters.

Features:
  • Bleacher seating on both sides of the track
  • Restrooms, concessions and a quality sound system
  • Plenty of parking adjacent to the track

Central Washington State Fair Raceway

1301 Fair Avenue Yakima, WA 98901
Contact: Jeff Gruenberg 509-480-9112
Website: www.yakimadirtrack.com

Features:
  • Hosts Stock Cars, Sportsmen, Modifieds, Sprint Cars and Hornets.
  • 3/8-mile track.
  • Available for private rentals.
  • 1/8-mile dirt go-cart/quarter midget track on the infield.
  • 80' corners and 70' straightaways.
  • A choice of open or covered seating, concession stands and restrooms.
  • Ample paved parking on the enclosed State Fair Park grounds.

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BASEBALL

Yakima County Stadium, Home of the Yakima Valley Pippins

1301 Fair Avenue • Yakima, WA 98901
Contact: Mac Clark, Operations Manager, 509-575-HITS (4487)

Constructed in 1993, the facility is used for high school regional and state baseball tournaments as well as other special events.

Yakima County Stadium is located at State Fair Park. It can be rented for baseball tournaments or other special events. For more information, please contact the Yakima Valley Pippins.

Features:
  • Permanent seating for 2,800
  • 1,500 seats with backs, 1,300 bleachers
  • Two concession stands
  • Separate barbecue building
  • Four restrooms
  • Umpires room for up to three umpires
  • Two clubhouses with direct access from the clubhouse to the field of play
  • Paved parking to accommodate 1,500 cars
  • Scoreboard with a four-color message center and manually displayed numbers
  • Pressbox that will accommodate two radio broadcasts and eight print journalists
  • The outfield is surrounded by a 16’ tall wall. It is 293 feet down the left and right field lines, with quick increases in distance that create corners in both right and left field. It is 405’ to center field
  • Lights that meet Major League Baseball standards for a Class A facility

Parker Field

1301 Fair Avenue • Yakima, WA 98901
Contact: Yakima Valley C.C. 509-574-4722 • Yakima Youth Baseball 509-457-1670

Located on the campus of Yakima Valley Community College, Parker Field is home to the YVCC Yaks and the Yakima Beetles American Legion Baseball team. The facility has hosted numerous high school district, regional, and state tournaments. It has also hosted the American Legion World Series. American Legion state and regional tournaments have also been played there.

Features:
  • Seating for 2,500 people with 500 box seats and 2,000 open bleachers
  • One concession stand, two restrooms, changing rooms for two teams, plus umpires
  • Pressbox that can accommodate two radio broadcasts and four print journalists
  • Lights
  • Two batting cages
  • Paved parking

Wood Field at Carlon Park

Goodlander & North Wenas Roads • Selah, WA 98942
Contact: Charles Brown 509-698-7301

Wood Field at Carlon Park is the home field of the Selah Vikings high school team and the Yakima Valley Pepsi American Legion Baseball team. A facility that is meticulously maintained, Wood Field has hosted a variety of high school and American Legion tournaments.

Features:
  • Seating for 1,000
  • Lights
  • Concession stand; two restrooms
  • Pressbox
  • Batting cages
  • Recently installed luxury box seating area with tables

McGonagle Park Little League Complex

McGonagle & Selah Loop Roads • Selah, WA 98942
Contact: Charles Brown 509-698-7301

Opened in the early 2000’s, McGonagle Park is a state-of-the-art Little League complex in Selah. The meticulously maintained facility is home to the Selah National Little League and regional little league tournaments. McGonagle Park consists of four fields with permanent fences, dugouts, and electronic scoreboards on each. Batting cages are available for practice as well.

Features:
  • Four state-of-the-art fields
  • Electronic scoreboards and permanent fences
  • Batting cages
  • Full concession stand
  • Adjacent parking

Elks Park Little League Complex

Between 8th and 16th Avenues on Hathaway • Yakima, WA 98902
Contact: Yakima Parks & Recreation 509-575-6020 • Yakima National Little League 509-248-9870

Located in Yakima, Elks Park features up to six little league fields, four of which are used primarily. The four primary fields feature electronic scoreboards, while all six feature dugouts and bleacher seating. Elks Park also features 26 horseshoe pits for competitions. The facility includes a playground and new bathrooms, which opened in 2009. Elks Park is the home facility for the Yakima National Little League and several regional little league tournaments.

Features:
  • Six little league baseball fields, four with electronic scoreboards
  • 26 horseshoe pits
  • Playground
  • Bathrooms
  • Concession Stand

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BASKETBALL

Yakima Valley SunDome

1301 Fair Avenue • Yakima, WA 98901
Contact: Greg Lybeck 509-248-7160 Assistant General Manager State Fair Park
Website: www.yakimasundome.com

Constructed in 1989, the Yakima Valley SunDome is one of the most flexible multi-purpose facilities in existence. In its history, the SunDome has hosted a multitude of events, including CBA regular season and All-Star games, NBA exhibition games, and High School basketball and volleyball state championships. The facility has also played host to rodeos, MMA, monster trucks and motorcycle events.

Renovated in 2002, the SunDome now offers ten locker rooms, meeting space and additional seating. The facility will seat over 7,000 fans for a basketball game played with one court. For high school state tournaments, two courts are placed end-to-end with a curtain separating them. The two-court configuration allows access for approximately 6,200 spectators. For volleyball, the SunDome can host tournaments with between 3 and 8 courts. The SunDome offers great viewing with spectators very close to the action.

The SunDome has hosted state basketball tournaments since 1999. The facility has hosted two tournaments per year since 2001, and three tournaments since 2009. The Yakima Valley SunDome can be rented by promoters who wish to stage basketball games and other events.

Features:
  • Ample enclosed, paved parking for patrons
  • Up to ten locker rooms for use by teams and officials
  • Four concession stands plus several mobile food vendors
  • A large ticket booth with up to eight windows that face the parking lot
  • Phone lines and internet service to accommodate media and tournament operators
  • On-site catering
  • Wireless access

Eisenhower High School Gym

702 South 40th Avenue • Yakima, WA 98908
Contact: Gene Rostvold, District A.D. 509-573-2041 • John Gonzales, IKE A.D. 509-573-2600

Eisenhower boasts the largest gym of any of the local high schools. The facility seats approximately 3,500 people. In addition to hosting the Eisenhower Cadets boys and girls basketball teams, the volleyball team and the school wrestling team, the Ike Gym is frequently utilized for high school playoff games. The gym also hosted the Harlem Globetrotters, Team USA Volleyball exhibition, international AAU games and high school all-star games.

The Eisenhower gym can be rented by promoters and private parties as long as the user adheres to school district guidelines.

Features:
  • A hanging scoreboard above center court that is similar to ones found in college and some professional arenas
  • Wall scoreboards on both ends of the court, with a player name on one end
  • Paved parking surrounds the school
  • Restrooms, locker rooms and concession areas

West Valley High School Gym

9800 Zier Road • Yakima, WA 98908
Contact: Joe Coscorart, A.D. 509-972-5900

Located in the Yakima Valley’s newest high school, the West Valley High School gym was completed in 2009. As the second-largest gym in the valley, the gym has seating for up to 2,200 fans on all four sides of the facility. With the addition of the new gym, the West Valley School District now has three gyms available for High School basketball, volleyball, and wrestling.

Features:
  • Restrooms, locker rooms and concession area
  • Paved parking surrounds the school
  • Electronic scoreboards

Sherar Gym at YVCC

1000 S. 12th Avenue • Yakima, WA 98902
Contact: Ray Funk, YVCC A.D. 509-574-4722

Home to the Yakima Valley Community College Yaks men’s and women’s sports teams, Sherar Gym underwent some renovation in 2009. New seating was installed on both sides of the gym. The capacity remains at approximately 1,500 for the facility, but the new seating promises to be more comfortable for fans.

Sherar Gym has hosted high school basketball, graduations, and a variety of special events through the years. The facility can be rented by promoters for private parties as long as the user complies with school policies and guidelines.

Features:
  • Seating for 1,500
  • Paved parking on campus and the surrounding area
  • Restrooms and concession stands
  • Two locker rooms

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BOWLING

Minda Lanes

701 S. 2nd Street • Yakima, WA 98901
Contact: Dave Cook 509-248-0530

Minda Lanes features 16 lanes of bowling with automatic scoring and a pro shop. The facility is typically open daily from noon to 11:00PM.

The facility is available for rental for tournaments or private parties. Call for details on hourly or daily rentals.

Features:
  • 16 Lanes with automatic scoring and a pro shop
  • Pull tabs and a snack bar
  • Bumper bowling is available for youth events

Nob Hill Lanes

3807 W. Nob Hill Blvd. • Yakima, WA 98902
Contact: Nob Hill Lanes 509-966-1070

Yakima’s most modern bowling center offers 16 lanes with automatic scoring. Nob Hill Lanes also has a pro shop and a restaurant.

Attached to the bowling center is Nob Hill Casino. Primarily a card room, the casino features Blackjack, Spanish 21, Texas Shootout, Fortune Pai Gow, 3 card poker & Let It Ride.

Nob Hill Lanes can be rented on an hourly basis or by the day for tournaments. Standard hours of operation are: Sunday-Thursday 11:00 AM-11:00 PM, Friday and Saturday from 11:00 AM to 1:00 AM.

Features:
  • 16 Lanes with automatic scoring
  • Rental of shoes and bowling balls
  • Restaurant, casino card room, video game room and pro shop

Eagle Lanes

307 1/2 Chestnut • Yakima, WA 98902
Contact: Pete Christensen 509-452-0223
Email: eagle_lanes@yahoo.com

An older facility that is being steadily upgraded, Eagle Lanes features 12 lanes and a pro shop.

Hours of operation are: Saturday-Sunday 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM. Monday-Thursday 1:00 PM to 10:00PM and Friday 1:00 PM to 11:00 PM.

The facility can be rented by the hour or the day for tournaments and special events.

Features:
  • 12 lanes for bowling with manual scoring
  • Pool tables and video games
  • A snack bar
  • A full service pro shop

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Cycling

Your Canyon for a Day

Contact: Mark Peterson 509-453-2561

Presented by Yakima County Crime Stoppers, this ride travels through the scenic Yakima River Canyon on the old Canyon Highway. The road is closed to through traffic for the day, making for a more relaxed outing for those tackling the 17.5 mile loop that covers 35 miles round trip. With the starting point near Roza Dam, the climbs are very manageable. This supported ride is a good family event, allowing riders of all ages and experience levels to be successful. The ride is held the third weekend in May.

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Golf

Apple Tree Golf Course

8804 Occidental • Yakima, WA 98908
Contact: Jon Kinloch 509-966-5877 • Website: www.appletreeresort.com

An upscale public course, Apple Tree Golf Course is an experience a true golf enthusiast won’t want to miss.

This par 72 course blends ponds, streams, sand, hills, trees and large greens to create a challenging and inviting round of golf. A cart is recommended, as it is a significant hike from green to tee on several holes.

Apple Tree is best known for its signature hole, the 17th which features the apple island green. The look of the course is changing with the development of condos and homes on the back nine.

Apple Tree can be rented for tournaments or private parties.

Features:
  • 6,900 yard, par 72 course
  • Full service pro shop with golf apparel
  • Private lessons are available
  • Snack bar, small meeting rooms
  • Driving range and practice putting green.
  • A very nice restaurant with a diverse menu. You don’t have to be a golfer to enjoy lunch or dinner at Apple Tree.

Suntides Golf Course

231 Pence Road • Yakima, WA 98908
Contact: Paul Cobleigh 509-966-9065

This public course is located eight miles West of Yakima off Highway 12. An eighteen-hole par 70 course, Suntides is fairly flat and very well maintained. The course is open daily from dawn until dusk. Suntides can be rented for tournaments and private events.

Features:
  • 6,220 yard, par 70 course
  • Includes a pro shop and snack bar
  • Driving range, practice putting green and a chipping green
  • Banquet room that can be used for post-tournament meals and awards

Mt. Adams Golf Course

1250 Rocky Ford Road • Toppenish, WA 98948
Contact: Rich Farrell 509-865-4440 • Website: www.mtadamsgolf.com

Located just outside Toppenish (about 25 miles from Yakima), the course provides breath-taking views of Mt. Adams. This semi-private club offers a challenging 18-hole, par 72, 6,261 yard course. Tight fairways reward those who can hit it straight.

Features:
  • The course can be rented for tournaments
  • Driving range, full service pro shop and cart rentals
  • Food and liquor available on-site

River Ridge Golf Course

295 Golf Course Loop • Selah, WA 98942
Contact: Dean Laurvick 509-697-8323

Located near the Yakima Elks Course outside Selah, River Ridge is a nine-hole course that opened in 2003. The par 31 course covers approximately 2,186 yards. The course includes a four-acre lake with bridges blended into the design to protect the natural habitat. Can be rented.

Features:
  • Clubhouse, pro shop, full bar, carts and equipment rental
  • A restaurant featuring natural wood that gives the dining area a lodge-type appearance
  • A 2,800 square foot deck with 700 feet covered

Westwood West Golf Course

6408 Tieton Drive • Yakima, WA 98908
Contact: Pro Shop 509-966-0890

Westwood is a nine-hole, par 35 course covering approximately 2,650 yards on the west end of Yakima. The course features numerous fruit trees. Westwood can be rented for tournaments.

Features:
  • Driving range
  • Pro shop with club and cart rentals

Fisher Park Golf Course

40th Avenue & Arlington Street • Yakima, WA 98908
Contact: Tami Andringa 509-575-6075

The 9-hole course at Fisher Park Golf Course facility in Yakima, Washington features 1,354 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par 27. Fisher Park golf course opened in 1960.


Yakima Elks Golf & Country Club

318 Golf Course Loop • Selah, WA 98942
Contact: Pro Shop 509-697-7177

This private club claims that this is the oldest course in the State of Washington. The fairways are somewhat open, but they are all tree lined. The greens are flat, small, and medium speed. There is water that comes into play on four holes, and there are some sand bunkers positioned throughout the course. The signature hole, nicknamed "Lake Grabenstien" is #14, a 452-yard, par 4, which requires a tee shot over water to the fairway. The ladies' tee also has a men's course rating of 67.2 and slope of 113. They have a reciprocal guest policy and have a collared shirt, no cut-offs, denim OK dress code.

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SKATE PARKS

Chesterley Skate Park

40th Avenue and River Road • Yakima, WA 98908
Contact: Yakima Parks & Recreation 509-575-6020

Opened in 2000, the Chesterley Skate Park features 10,000 square feet of skating amenities.

Features:
  • Bowl with short snake run
  • Eight-foot, six-foot, and four-foot quarter pipes
  • Two-foot ramp
  • Three-foot pyramid
  • Bauer box
  • Inline rail
  • Skateboard rail
  • Stairs
  • Variety of ramps and walls

Kiwanis Skate Park

Fair Avenue and Maple Street • Yakima, WA 98901
Contact: Yakima Parks & Recreation 509-575-6020

Yakima’s newest and most up-to-date skate park opened to the public in November 2008. Designed by Grindline Skateparks, Inc., the 8,800-square-foot layout is located under towering 50-year-old trees.

Features:
  • 4,000 square foot bowl
  • 12 foot wide streetscape
  • Steps, ramps and rails

Selah Skate Park

South Wenas Road and Carlon Park • Selah, WA 98942
Contact: Charles Brown 509-698-7301

The Selah Skate Park is continuing to grow, as construction of a new half pipe “C” wall is underway. The skate park is located near the tennis courts on South Wenas Road and Carlon Park. The newly opened park was built by the Selah Skate Park Association and the City of Selah to provide more leisure activities for the community’s youth. In 2009 Selah Parks and Recreation introduced skateboard lessons for boys and girl ages 6-12. For a onetime fee these lessons provided an hour of instruction bi-weekly. The park is open for the public until dusk daily.

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SOCCER

Ahtanum Youth Park

1000 Ahtanum Road • Yakima, WA 98903
Contact: City of Union Gap 509-248-0432

Ahtanum Youth Park is a multi-purpose facility in the City of Union Gap. The facility can accommodate up to 10 youth soccer fields and five fully-sized soccer fields.

Features:
  • Three large picnic shelters
  • Grills
  • Restrooms
  • Play areas
  • Tennis Court
  • Basketball courts
  • Horseshoe pits

Chesterley Park

40th Avenue and River Road • Yakima, WA 98908
Contact: Yakima Parks & Recreation 509-575-6020

Features:
  • Complex includes: Six full-sized soccer fields
  • Offers: A play area, picnic tables, snack bar, restrooms, large picnic shelter, a pathway and a skate park.

Perry Soccer Complex

2011 West Washington • Yakima, WA 98902
Contact: Yakima Youth Soccer Association 509-452-1392

Features:
  • Complex includes: Six modified soccer fields for older youth divisions.
  • Offers: Portable restrooms

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SOFTBALL

Carlon Park Complex

300 E. Goodlander Rd • Selah, WA 98948
Contact: Charles Brown 509-698-7301 or Bill Harris 509-697-7006

This newly remodeled complex features four girls tournament-quality fastpitch fields with permanent 200 foot fences. The City of Selah in cooperation with the Greater Yakima Girls Softball Association funded the $1.3 million renovation of this complex, which opened in May 2006.

Features:
  • Four matching fields with quality playing surfaces and permanent 200 foot fences
  • A central building with restrooms, concessions and souvenir areas
  • A tournament office with plenty of space to accommodate tournament organizers
  • A changing room for umpires
  • Fixed bleacher seating with shade cover and quality viewing for each field
  • State of the art lighting systems on each field
  • Separate electronic Pepsi scoreboards on each field
  • Safety netting installed above entire spectator area

Gateway Sports Complex at Kiwanis Park

501 S. 12th Street • Yakima, WA 98901
Contact: Bill Wells 509-575-6020 Website: www.gatewaysportscomplex.com

This complex, owned by the city of Yakima, can host everything from youth baseball to fastpitch or slowpitch softball. There are four state of the art fields.

Features:
  • Three renovated fields and two older slowpitch fields, all with 300’ fences
  • Portable fencing to accommodate fastpitch play
  • Restrooms, concession area and tournament office in central building
  • State of the art lights to accommodate night games
  • Separate electronic Coca-Cola scoreboards on each field
  • Two additional fields also available

Dunbar Field

1015 S. 16th Avenue • Yakima, WA 98902
Contact: Yakima Valley College 509-574-4722

Recently upgraded and refurbished from playing surface to pressbox, Dunbar is the home field of the YVCC Yaks Women’s Fastpitch team. The facility is also utilized for summer tournaments.

Features:
  • One tournament quality field with lights
  • Seating, pressbox, restrooms and concessions

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Swimming

Lion’s Pool

509 West Pine Street • Yakima, WA 98902
Contact: Yakima Parks & Rec 509-575-6020

Lion’s Pool is an indoor 25 yard pool with six lanes. It is used for everything from high school meets to public recreation. Open year round, this facility is available for rental for everything from swim meets to birthday parties.

Features:
  • Men’s and women’s restrooms and locker rooms
  • Viewing space on both sides of the pool
  • Can host diving competition, separate from swimming

Naches Pool

105 N. 4th Street • Naches, WA 98937
Contact: Town of Naches Pool 509-653-2353

Located approximately 15 miles from downtown Yakima in the Town of Naches, the Naches pool is a 25-yard competition style pool. The facility features 8 lanes of nine-foot depth for competition, as well as a 0-depth entrance area which goes to 3-foot, six-inch depth for recreational swimming. The pool is also home to a local AAU summer team for practices and meets.

Features:
  • Restrooms
  • Changing rooms
  • Concession stand

Sunnyside Pool

559 South 4th Street • Sunnyside, WA 98944
Contact: City of Sunnyside 509-837-8660

An outdoor 50 meter pool with eight lanes, this facility is open seasonally. Primarily a community recreational pool, the facility is also utilized by a summer swim team. The pool can be rented for swim meets or other events.

Features:
  • Men's and women's changing rooms and restrooms
  • Spectator viewing areas
  • Looped slide

Toppenish Community Pool

28 Asotin Avenue • Toppenish, WA 98948
Contact: Toppenish Parks & Rec 509-865-5151

An outdoor 50 meter pool, this facility is open seasonally. It hosts a summer swim team. It is also used for lessons and recreation. The facility can be rented for meets or for other events.

Features:
  • Eight lane, 50 meter pool
  • Men’s and women’s restrooms and changing rooms

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TENNIS

Yakima Tennis Club (outdoor)

516 N. 35th Avenue • Yakima, WA 98902
Contact: Jerry Findley 509-248-4253

A beautiful property, the Yakima Tennis Club is both highly functional and visually appealing. The facility hosts NCAA Division III Championships, Pacific Northwest Sectionals, state high school tournaments and other club events for local members.

The Champion’s Court provides great viewing for major matches in tournaments. Most courts offer elevated seating areas for tennis fans.

Features:
  • 13 Outdoor courts with well-maintained playing surfaces
  • A clubhouse with locker rooms and a snack bar that offers sandwiches and more
  • A newly-remodeled swimming pool and children’s play area
  • Yakima Tennis Club souvenir merchandise.
  • A teaching club pro who is available for lessons

Yakima Tennis Club (indoor)

2505 Fruitvale Blvd. • Yakima, WA 98902
Contact: Jerry Findley 509-248-2938

A perfect place to play during the cold weather months, the Yakima Tennis Club indoor facility is also a great backup for tournaments in the event of rain. The indoor courts are located less than two miles from the outdoor facility.

Features:
  • Eight courts, divided into two sections of four
  • Changing rooms
  • Snack bar featuring beverages and light snacks
  • A teaching club pro who is available for lessons

Kissel Park

32nd Avenue & Mead Avenue • Yakima, WA
Contact: Yakima Parks & Recreation 509-575-6020

This new outdoor tennis facility features 12 high-quality courts with open areas on each end for viewing. Kissell has hosted high school regional competition as well as other local recreational events.

Features:
  • 12 quality courts with excellent sight lines for spectator viewing
  • Restrooms
  • Picnic areas and a picnic shelter
  • Playground, green space and parking
  • Walking pathway around the facility