Local Area Attractions Near Pasco / Tri-Cities KOA

Tour the Hanford Reach National Monument
Tour the Hanford Reach National Monument

Visit this unique national monument and wildlife refuge.

Playground of Dreams
Playground of Dreams

A 12,000 sq. ft. playground features components such as a pirate ship, castle maze, rocket and more give many hours of play to children of all ages. The playground is located in Columbia Park.

Columbia River Exhibition of History, Science, and Technology (CREHST) Museum
Columbia River Exhibition of History, Science, and Technology (CREHST) Museum

The Museum features a variety of two- and three-dimensional exhibits and displays, interactive, hands-on displays and activities.

Country Mercantile
Country Mercantile

Enjoy homemade ice cream, fresh baked pies, salsa, chips, tamales and enchiladas. Then look through the collectables and gift ideas in the gift department. Visit the Country Mercantile online for more information.

232 CRESTLOCH RD

Pasco, WA 99301

509-545-2192

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Wineries
Wineries

There are 160 wineries within an hour's drive of the Tri-Cities:
Bookwalter Winery
Gordon Brothers Cellars
Pacific Rim
Preston Premium Wines
Tigaris Winery

Gesa Carousel of Dreams
Gesa Carousel of Dreams

The Gesa Carousel of Dreams is a world class presentation of a restored 108 year-old Charles Carmel hand carved wooden carousel. The antique horses were individually restored over a 10 year period with loving care to bring them back to life. The facility is open to the public and located in the middle of Southridge Sports and Events Complex along the Highway 395 in Kennewick, Washington. The multi-million dollar carousel is available for rides and photographs. Smiles, laughter and fun memories are provided at no charge. We have a concession stand available in the facility with traditional fare such as burgers, hotdogs, nachos, pretzels, beverages and candy.

2901 Southridge Blvd

Kennewick, WA 99338

509-378-3257

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Howard Amon Park
Howard Amon Park

Howard Amon Park has numerous recreational features, including river access, a playground and a facility for concerts. A paved bike path, the Riverfront Trail, runs the entire length of the park. The trail continues north of the park toward WSU tricities trail as well as south toward Columbia Point ending at the Sacagawea Heritage Trail

Columbia Park
Columbia Park

This park contains several hundred acres of riverfront land and offers a variety of recreation opportunities

Sacajawea State Park
Sacajawea State Park

Sacajawea Historical State Park is a 267-acre day-use park at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia Rivers. The park is open 8 am to dusk (30 minutes after sunset) from April 1 to October 31. On Oct. 16, 1805, the Lewis & Clark Expedition arrived at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia rivers, the site of today's Sacajawea Historical State Park. They camped for two nights amidst a thriving community of Native Americans whose culture has thrived in the Columbia Basin for over 10,000 years. Central to the park is the Sacajawea Interpretive Center. The museum features interactive exhibits on the Corps of Discovery, Sacagawea and the Sahaptian-speaking tribes of the region. Stroll the green, tree-shaded grounds, and explore the Story Circle outdoor art installations by internationally known artist Maya Lin and outdoor exhibits on Lewis & Clark, the Ice Age Floods, and local history.

2503 Sacajawea Park Rd

Pasco, WA 99301

406-471-3714

Columbia, Snake, and Yakima Rivers
Columbia, Snake, and Yakima Rivers

The Tri-cities sit at the confluence of the three rivers given plenty of enjoyment to bike, float, ride, play or relax on.

Sporting Events
Sporting Events

Recreational and sports enthusiasts love the Tri-Cities. Our professional sports teams - Tri-City Americans WHL ice hockey and the Tri-City Dust Devils, a professional affiliate of the San Diego Padres - offer something for everyone.

AXE THROWING
AXE THROWING

We discovered the fun of indoor axe throwing in 2017 and have been having a blast doing it since. We immediately knew we wanted to bring it to the Tri-Cities and set about saving our money, making a business plan, and creating the funnest new activity in the Tri-Cities!
We decided on AXE KPR for our business name. AXE KPR stands for Axe Kennewick, Pasco & Richland (KPR) and represents our commitment to the community here in south-central Washington State. It also turns out that the Axe Keeper was a traditional role, keeping the axes for the Gentlemen in the Queen's Guard. We're the new #AXEKPR's!

8425 Chapel Hill Blvd STE C104

Pasco, WA 99301

509-730-5278

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SAGE BREWING COMPANY
SAGE BREWING COMPANY

Recently opened serving craft beer in Pasco, within walking distance. Unless you're really thirst then you can run

8425 Chapel Hill Blvd B102

Pasco, WA 99301

509-316-4035

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Hispanic food truck
Hispanic food truck

There is something about tacos and food trucks.  Located in the parking lot of Axe KPR and Sage brewing.  EAT a taco THROW an axe and DRINK a brew.  Preferably in that order

8425 Chapel Hill Blvd

Pasco, WA 99301