5 Things You Must Do in Yakima
Yakima city and County are located in South Central Washington state near where the Naches and Yakima Rivers meet. It is the gateway to the nearby Cascade Mountains. Here are five things you must do in Yakima.
1. Take a water-walking class at the Lions or Franklin Pool.
2. Go skateboarding at the Chesterley Park.
This ten thousand square foot park features the best in skateboarding, including a bowl, an eight-foot quarter pipe, a four-foot quarter pipe, a six-foot quarter pipe, a two foot ramp, inline rail opportunities, a skateboard rail and a variety of skateboarding ramps.
3. Have a picnic at the Emil Kissel Park.
Located within the city limits of Yakima, this park offers play equipment, picnic shelters, grills, restroom facilities and twelve tennis courts. Pack a wholesome picnic lunch.
4. Walk the nature trails at Randall Park.
This park is great for picnics and features nature trails and pathways and a scenic duck pond. It's a perfect spot for the entire family to enjoy a sunny day. Play pick up basketball at one of its basketball courts.
5. Visit exhibits at the Yakima Valley Museum.
Featuring both traveling and stationary exhibits, this quaint museum also features theater productions from local actors. Take in images of Yakima's history and culture or learn about Victorian life in their Victorian exhibit. For more information on the Museum click on the link.