25 Things to Do in Tri-Cities (The Ultimate List)
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!
Hike Badger Mountain
Gotta admit, this one isn't as easy as it sounds. But it's rewarding when you get to the top!
Visit The Reach Museum
You'd be surprised how much of an imprint the Tri-Cities has on American history.
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.
Walk a dog through the bird refuge
See deer, otters, beavers, geese and ducks at the McNary National Wildlife Refuge.
Ride a bicycle through the Chamna Wildlife Preserve
Just wear pants you don't mind getting weeds stuck in.
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.
Rent a kayak or paddleboard in Howard Amon Park
Just watch out for the American Empress!
Go on an art walk in Downtown Kennewick
Maybe get some art on your body, too. There's plenty of parlors!
Batting cages near Bateman Island
Don't have cash? The Batters Box now accepts Venmo!
Go fishing on Bateman Island
Have yourself a mini Robinson Crusoe adventure.
Disc Golf in Columbia Park
I actually know a professional disc golfer in Tri-Cities you should check out.
Visit Franklin County Historical Museum
Be sure to check out their Prehistoric Camel Exhibit. (You read that right.)
Visit East Benton County Historical Museum
Visit the gardens behind Union library in Kennewick
I actually got married here in 2015.
Visit the Carousel of Dreams
Perfect for the whole family!
Jog the Blue Bridge Cable Bridge loop
Take all the riverfront trails along the way!
Bird watch in Zintel Canyon
Visit Juniper Sand Dunes
Attend an Americans Hockey or Dust Devils baseball game
Visit museum at Sacajawea State Park
You'd be impressed with how many museums we have in town.
Go for a drive to the White Bluffs
Go for a drive to Mattawa
Hike the Candy Mountain trail
Take photos on Clover Island
I especially enjoy the boathouses.
Skip rocks under the Blue Bridge (Pasco side)