Are you ready for the biggest celebration in Central Washington, “Go All Out” at this year’s Central Washington State Fair September 21st – September 30th. To help kick things off right, the Sunfair Parade, Yakima’s longest running parade, will take place in downtown Yakima this Saturday at 10am. Help celebrate 57 years of the Sunfair … Continue reading Central Washington State Fair Deals!
The Naches Heights scenic loop tour is a 29-mile journey with scenic viewpoints, orchards, places of historical interest, wine tasting, craft beer, brick over pizza, gift shops and fruit stands. You will ascend the Naches Heights plateau toward the City of Naches and return via the Old Naches Highway to Downtown Yakima.. This hour long … Continue reading Naches Height Scenic Loop Tour
Bring the whole family for fall harvest fun in one of Washington State’s most diverse agricultural area, the Yakima Valley! Experience the fun and flavors of harvest, from hay rides to corn mazes, pumpkin patches to apple picking and so much more! Create a new family tradition and priceless memories at our Yakima Valley farms, events and … Continue reading Fall Harvest Fun
Summer may be ending but the fun continues in the Yakima Valley with many different festivals in September you’ll want to make time to attend. Harvest Party “Return to Vinoritaville” at Silverlake Winery September 1st, 12pm-6pm. Help Silverlake Winery celebrate grape harvest! Compete in a friendly grape stomping competition or participate in one of their … Continue reading September Festivals You Don’t Want to Miss!
Experience the thrill of the fastest whitewater in Washington State! For one short month(September), the Tieton River becomes a wild ride on Class 3 rapids, dropping 55 feet of elevation each mile! Known as the “flip-flop,” this special time of year happens every September when the water flowing out of the Rimrock Reservoir is increased, … Continue reading White Water Rafting
Known for its more than 75 Western-themed murals, the quaint city of Toppenish is the largest community on the Yakama Indian Reservation. Inspired by the history and culture of Yakama Native American life in the Yakima Valley, these murals were painted by some of the most famous western themed artists in the Pacific Northwest. It … Continue reading Tour the City of Murals
The Yakima Valley is preparing for another year of hop harvest, and it looks like it’s going to be another record breaking year. The Yakima Valley has a long history of growing hops, and we proudly produce more than 75% of the hops in the United States. Craft brewers and beer enthusiasts alike flock to … Continue reading Experience Hop Harvest