Whether you're a bored local or just passing through, there's always something to do in Tri-Cities.

Whether you want to explore our beautiful scenery or hit the road for a short drive, there's adventure to be had!

 

  • 1

    Hike Badger Mountain

    Gotta admit, this one isn't as easy as it sounds. But it's rewarding when you get to the top!

  • 2

    Visit The Reach Museum

    You'd be surprised how much of an imprint the Tri-Cities has on American history.

  • 3

    Tour the Hanford Reach National Monument

    Open from two hours before until two hours after sunset, there's never a bad time to visit this involuntary park.

  • 4

    Walk a dog through the bird refuge

    See deer, otters, beavers, geese and ducks at the McNary National Wildlife Refuge.

  • 5

    Ride a bicycle through the Chamna Wildlife Preserve

    Just wear pants you don't mind getting weeds stuck in.

  • 6

    Ride a longboard or tandem bike along Chiawana Bike Trail

    Plenty of hills if you're an advanced rider while still tame enough for the learners.

  • 7

    Rent a kayak or paddleboard in Howard Amon Park

    Just watch out for the American Empress!

  • 8

    Go on an art walk in Downtown Kennewick

    Maybe get some art on your body, too. There's plenty of parlors!

  • 9

    Batting cages near Bateman Island

    Don't have cash? The Batters Box now accepts Venmo!

  • 10

    Go fishing on Bateman Island

    Have yourself a mini Robinson Crusoe adventure.

  • 11

    Disc Golf in Columbia Park

    I actually know a professional disc golfer in Tri-Cities you should check out.

  • 12

    Visit Franklin County Historical Museum

    Be sure to check out their Prehistoric Camel Exhibit. (You read that right.)

  • 13

    Visit East Benton County Historical Museum

  • 14

    Visit the gardens behind Union library in Kennewick

    I actually got married here in 2015.

  • 15

    Visit the Carousel of Dreams

    Perfect for the whole family!

  • 16

    Jog the Blue Bridge Cable Bridge loop

    Take all the riverfront trails along the way!

  • 17

    Bird watch in Zintel Canyon

  • 18

    Visit Juniper Sand Dunes

  • 19

    Attend an Americans Hockey or Dust Devils baseball game

  • 20

    Visit museum at Sacajawea State Park

    You'd be impressed with how many museums we have in town.

  • 21

    Go for a drive to the White Bluffs

  • 22

    Go for a drive to Mattawa

  • 23

    Hike the Candy Mountain trail

  • 24

    Take photos on Clover Island

    I especially enjoy the boathouses.

  • 25

    Skip rocks under the Blue Bridge (Pasco side)