The Central Washington Agricultural Museum is the largest museum of its kind in the Pacific Northwest. It is home to more than 150 antique tractors, over 1,000 pieces of historic machinery and acres of exhibits that showcase life on the farm over the past 100 years.
Location: Cherry and North 4th Avenue Amenities: Playground; Picnic tables; Swings . Cherry Park is one of Yakima’s mini neighborhood parks. The park, surrounded by higher density multi-family and single family/duplex housing on smaller lots, provides much needed open space in the area.
The Children's Underground has many opportunites for constructive play. Climb in a late 1800's pony cart. Try on reproduction clothing and climb on a train. Explore the child-size recreation of historic Yakima City. As a tour component the Underground allows the museum to have docent-led instruction with experiential learning.
Fort Simcoe Historical State Park is a 196-acre, day-use heritage site and is primarily a historic preservation effort. Due to its historic significance, Fort Simcoe was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in June 1974. Camping is available at nearby Brooks Memorial and Yakima Sportsman state parks.
Franklin Park also has the city’s only public outdoor swimming pool that is open from during the summer months. In addition, Franklin is home to the Outdoor Summer Sunset Concert Series, which is a series of free concerts hosted on Fridays in July and August. Click HERE to reserve the picnic shelter or pool.
Location: 5000 West Lincoln Avenue Amenities: Picnic Tables Rent Me! Laybrinth . Gilbert Park provides a peaceful park setting with rolling hills, expansive grassy area, and mature shade trees. A labyrinth near the parking lot provides the only one of i
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The partnership between Yakima Valley Community College and the Larson Gallery Guild creates an environment where ideas are shared. The Larson Gallery Guild supports the mission of the Larson Gallery to inspire artists, students, and the community through exhibits, programs, and special events.
The Parks Division maintains four (4) City parks – Loudon, Cahalan, Fullbright, and the Youth Activities Park; as well as 1.5 miles of pedestrian pathway, and several associated greenway spaces throughout the City. All Parks combined are approximately one hundred and thirty (130) acres of developed area.
The Masonic Temple in Yakima, Washington is a historic building constructed in 1911. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. For many years it served as a meeting hall for Yakima's Masonic Lodges, however no lodges meet in the building today.
On Saturday, November 11, 2017, the museum formally opens its hangar annex to the public, where it will showcase two small airplanes. And someday museum officials hope to show off the glider flown by the museum’s namesake, aviation pioneer Charlie McAllister.
The Yakima Valley is known for its wide variety of agricultural experiences. Selah alone offers locally owned and harvested orchards, Selah Ridge Lavender Farm, Southard Winery, and Selah’s Wednesday Market. Selah is home to the World famous Tree Top fruit processing company as well as several other locally owned fruit packing and storage plants.
Sherman Park Yakima, Washington:0) the many different types of trees make a beautiful backdrop for a stroll in the park Yakima Area Arboretum Yakima, Washington The arboretum is a lovely place to visit and enjoy Yakima Area Arboretum Yakima, Washington In the Spring it is fun to walk among the geese and goslings.
Location: 1211 South 7th Street Amenities. Volleyball Courts; Playground; Tables . Southeast Community Park is in the SE neighborhood and is adjacent to the Southeast Community Center (575-6114). The park provides playground equipment, picnic tables and grills, a
Discover a whole new playground at White Pass. With majestic views of Mt. Rainier, White Pass provides terrain for skiers and riders of every ability. Explore steeper terrain off the Great White Express, or explore Paradise Basin on the Couloir Express and Basin Quads.
The William O. Douglas Federal Building is a historic post office, courthouse, and federal office building located at Yakima in Yakima County, Washington. It is a courthouse for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington.
The Yakima Basin Fish & Wildlife Recovery Board's (YBFWRB) mission is to restore sustainable and harvestable populations of salmon, steelhead, bull trout and other at-risk fish and wildlife species through collaborative, economically sensitive efforts, combined resources, and wise resource management of the Yakima River Basin.
Yakima Sportsman State Park is a 266-acre camping park originally created by the Yakima Sportsman's Association to promote game management and the preservation of natural resources. The park is an irrigated green zone in an otherwise desert area and has a variety of deciduous trees in the camping and picnic areas.