Top 10 Budget-friendly Things to do in , Yakima Valley

May 16, 2022 Randal Brittian

Discover the best top things to do in , United States including Red Mountain Trails, Tucannon Cellars, Yakama Nation Cultural Center, Chandler Reach, Yakima Valley Museum, Cowiche Canyon Trail, Yakima Valley Visitors Center, Johnson's Orchards, The teapot Dome Gas Station, Bale Breaker Brewing Company.
Restaurants in Yakima Valley

1. Red Mountain Trails

Excellent
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5.0 based on 129 reviews

Red Mountain Trails

Red Mountain Trails offers trail riding and wagon ride tours of Red Mountain vineyards and wineries. Enjoy a wagon ride dinner as the sun sets over the vineyards, or take a ride on our wonderful trail horses.

2. Tucannon Cellars

40504 N Demoss Rd, Benton City, WA 99320-8791 +1 509-545-9588 [email protected] http://www.tucannoncellars.com
Excellent
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5.0 based on 34 reviews

Tucannon Cellars

We are a new family owned and operated winery located at the base of Red Mountain, in Benton City WA. We make small lots of hand crafted wine sourced from local vineyards. Our goal is to introduce truly hand-crafted Washington wines, at a reasonable price, while also providing a brief education and synopsis of each wine served. As of 2017 we have completed our wedding venue and event center. If you're hosting a special event in our area, we ask that you keep us in mind, as we are truly one of a kind!

Reviewed By wineaboutwa

We’re club members here and we are so happy with every wine we get. We joined because our first tasting there was shocking! We had never had a tasting where we were 100% impressed with each taste!

3. Yakama Nation Cultural Center

SPIEL-YI Loop, Toppenish, WA 98948 +1 509-865-2800 http://www.yakamamuseum.com
Excellent
49%
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4.5 based on 43 reviews

Yakama Nation Cultural Center

This cultural center offers a look into the culture of the Yakama Indians.

4. Chandler Reach

9506 W Chandler Rd, Benton City, WA 99320-7852 +1 509-588-8800 [email protected] http://www.chandlerreach.com/
Excellent
70%
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4.5 based on 23 reviews

Chandler Reach

Reviewed By SteveO306 - Kansas City, United States

The 4 of us scheduled a private tasting because we were only in the area 2 days and the winery tastings weren't open to the public on those days. Shelby was an knowledgeable, amazing host. We sampled several wines which were absolutely delicious! The owner, Len Parris, and the winemaker were in the building and the Len spent some time with us as well. Great experience and we will continue to enjoy their wines as club members. It's a must stop if you are in the area!

5. Yakima Valley Museum

2105 Tieton Dr, Yakima, WA 98902-3766 +1 509-248-0747 http://yakimavalleymuseum.org/
Excellent
63%
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4.5 based on 150 reviews

Yakima Valley Museum

Reviewed By ecstrozyk

Being a former teacher, I always look for place to explore local history. The museum does that for sure. You pick up some great insights into Yakima and the local area. We take out of town visitors here often.

6. Cowiche Canyon Trail

Cowiche Canyon Road, Yakima, WA http://www.cowichecanyon.org/trails/cowichecanyon
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4.5 based on 82 reviews

Cowiche Canyon Trail

Reviewed By 330MB - Redmond, United States

Beautiful, relatively flat (except for the cool side trails to the top of the canyon walls), and peaceful 6.5 miles roundtrip. Great bridges over the creek/stream. Birds. Supercool rock formations. Wonderful easy hike for kids.

7. Yakima Valley Visitors Center

101 N Fair Ave, Yakima, WA 98901-4514 +1 509-573-3388 http://visityakima.com
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4.5 based on 41 reviews

Yakima Valley Visitors Center

Make the Yakima Valley Visitor Information Center your first stop on your visit to the Yakima Valley! Whether you’re here to tour Washington’s wine country, take in the nation’s top hop-producing farmland, or enjoy our 300 days of sunshine on an outdoor adventure, our knowledgeable travel consultants will assist you in selecting your ideal travel itinerary, help you with lodging arrangements, and answer any questions you might have about visiting the Yakima Valley. Take the time to look around the Visitor Information Center’s gift shop, which is full of unique gifts, souvenirs and apparel, not to mention tons of hand-crafted Yakima Valley products and cuisine. There’s also a great selection of Yakima Valley wine, beer and cider, along with a rotating array of local wines to sample. The Visitor Information Center is the perfect way to get your visit to the Yakima Valley off to a great start!

8. Johnson's Orchards

4906 Summitview Ave, Yakima, WA 98908-2852 +1 509-966-7479 http://www.johnsonorchardsfruit.com/
Excellent
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4.5 based on 103 reviews

Johnson's Orchards

Reviewed By ecstrozyk

They always seem to have the best selection of local fruit and vegetables that are in season. We have never been disappointed. They always seem to have fresh coked pies available as well. We stop by whenever we are near by.

9. The teapot Dome Gas Station

14691 Yakima Valley Hwy, Zillah, WA 98953-9617 +1 509-829-5151 http://www.cityofzillah.us/teapot.html
Excellent
43%
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4.5 based on 65 reviews

The teapot Dome Gas Station

Reviewed By sharonfN4418HG - Poulsbo, United States

You can visit any day, but the building is only open Saturdays from 10 to 4. Fun souvenirs are available as well as postcards (for those who still know what those are). A reminder that government scandals can happen in any administration.

10. Bale Breaker Brewing Company

1801 Birchfield Rd, Yakima, WA 98901-9577 +1 509-424-4000 http://www.balebreaker.com
Excellent
56%
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4.5 based on 71 reviews

Bale Breaker Brewing Company

Fans of Bale Breaker beer can enjoy a pint while watching a game inside or while soaking up the Yakima sun at the picnic tables on our patio. For upcoming events and food truck schedules, check out the calendar on our homepage! Details on all your FAQ on our Taproom page at our website.

Reviewed By gnkuyps

Let me preface this review by stating that I was horribly (HORRIBLY) hungover when I visited this brewery over Labor Day weekend. After a super, fun-filled, all-American Labor Day weekend road trip from Seattle to Yakima accompanied by shooting at an indoor gun range (also Yakima) and a $125 speeding ticket (also Yakima), we stopped at Bale Breaker. I was mildly annoyed, mainly because of the speeding ticket, but also because I discovered I'm a terrible shot. Dashed as my dreams were, I forged ahead... We enter the brewery doors from the extravagant parking lot (there must be AT LEAST 50 spaces). We're greeted by plaid-wearing, bearded men. They're the coolest kind. I don't order a beer, but they don't mock me and they point me to the direction of the water cooler. My friends both order different beers, which I don't taste just in case my hangover decides to react unfavorably to alcohol (again...). They swear they are amazing. One of my friends who frequents Yakima and the brewery twice a year explains to me that they have the best pretzels. She proceeds to buy two bags of pretzels to give as wedding gifts to her best friend back in NY (who is apparently OBSESSED with these damn pretzels). Now, there's two things that I love to eat when I'm hungover: cereal and dry pretzels. I had already eaten half a box of Crispix in the car, so I'm excited to move onto pretzels. She brings over a bowl (which are free, by the way, because Bale Breaker is the most amazing brewery in the world). I pop one in my mouth. They taste like heaven on a crap day. They have this flavored dust all over them, which I assumed was a Ranch-like dust. I eat the entire bowl. We take some to-go. I contemplate breaking into the wedding gifts as I lay down and rest in the back seat of the car. I don't, but I want to. Long story short... GO TO THIS DANG NAB BREWERY.

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