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Parker og natur i Yakima River

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“Get back to basics by enjoying nature, the river, people watching or living it up on the river. Something for everyone to appreciate. ”
  • 17 lokale anbefaler
  • 1 oplevelse
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“Great place to see the sunset and lights of the Columbia Basin. Remember to take a flashlight and be careful walking down in the dark”
  • 11 lokale anbefaler
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“So much fun to walk these trails. It feels to me like you're in an old western movie. It's hard to believe you're close to civilization! Easy flat hike next to river.”
  • 7 lokale anbefaler
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“They have a place where you can feed the birds, stand behind a blind and watch. Our boys love it! They have Japanese gardens to explore. Great place to run in the trees!”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler
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“During the winter, hundreds of elk can show up at the Oak Creek Elk Feeding Area. There is a tour truck, so the elk can be viewed up close. January and February are the best months for viewing, but the elk show up from mid-November to March. It's a must visit for wildlife lovers of all ages.”
  • 4 lokale anbefaler
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“Music in the summer. Great play area. HUGE hill for sledding in winter. Museum. Pool with waterslides. Soda fountain.”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler
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“Nice park with picnic areas, playgrounds, and boat launch. Views of the Columbia River along walking/biking paths.”
  • 3 lokale anbefaler
  • 1 oplevelse
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“Chiawana park is along the Sacajawea trail, a paved 23 mile loop through all three cities in the Tri-Cities along the Columbia River where you can jog, bike, or take the dog for a walk! Seasonal restrooms, children's play toys, volleyball courts, and bbq pits are some amenities at this park.”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler
Campground
“Just 10 minutes away-- great trails for snowmobiles and cross country skiing as well as snow-shoeing and even dog sleds!”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler
Park
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
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“A family-friendly trek through riparian lands. Owned by Cowiche Canyon Conservancy.”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
Park
“First parking lot features a river walk that leads to the lake, although you can drive to the second parking lot located at the lake itself. Great place to hang out if you want to be by the water. ”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler
Park
“Once of the most visited historical sites in the Yakima Valley and a rich source of Native American and military history. The Fort was established in the 1850's to maintain peace between the settlers and the region's native inhabitants. The 200 acre day-use park s located 30 miles west of Toppenish on Fort Simcoe Road. It is open from 6:30 a.m. to dusk April 1 - October 31.”
  • 3 lokale anbefaler