Things To Do In The Tri-Cities & Surrounding Area
Conference Center & Meeting Spaces
The Lodge at Columbia Point has meeting room options for smaller groups. Please contact the Front Desk to coordinate use and availability.
Entertainment & Points of Interest
The Richland Players
608 The Parkway, Richland | 509-943-1991 | richlandplayers.org
Started in 1944, The Richland Players have an outstanding reputation throughout the region for their theatrical productions. Not only does the Richland Players contribute to the cultural fabric of the region but by its reputation, attracts audiences from as far away as Spokane, Yakima, Walla Walla and beyond, contributing to the economic vitality of the Tri-Cities Region.
Water 2 Wine Cruises
608 Williams Blvd., Richland | 509-578-1717 | water2winecruises.com
Unique dinner cruises and events that showcase Northwest wines, fine cuisine and majestic journeys on the Columbia River. They pride themselves on providing decadent fare for every food preference—From Vegan to meat lovers. Groups Welcome.
Our area wineries & Brew Pubs have live music throughout the season. Please check out Visit Tri-Cities or your favorite winery’s website for schedules and events.
Parks and Museums
We have river paths available on both sides of the river that connect with all three bridges, perfect for walking & cycling. Badger Mountain has paths to hike and the water sports range from fishing, boating , kayaking, paddle boarding, jet skiing or simply enjoying a glass of wine on our patio.
The REACH Museum and Interpretive Center
1943 Columbia Park Trail, Richland | 509-943-4100 | visitthereach.org
The REACH is a gateway to the history, geology, science, and technology of Southeastern WA. Featuring exhibits, educational programs & seasonal tours. Located 2 miles from the hotel near the river. This museum includes information on the Manhattan project, Badger Mountain, White Bluffs etc.
USS Triton Sail Park Visitor Center
3250 Port of Benton Blvd., Richland |509-375-3060 | portofbenton.com
This Park is part of the Manhattan Project National Park. They have actual parts of the submarine and videos to show what it was like to be onboard.
Sacajawea State Park
2503 Sacajawea Park Rd., Pasco | 509-545-2361 | parks.state.wa.us
This State Park is a 284 acre site located at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia Rivers. The Lewis and Clark Expedition camped at this location in October of 1805. The park’s Sacajawea Interpretive Center features exhibits about her and the expedition. Park activities include hiking, boating, fishing and swimming.
Below are the three closest golf courses to Tri-Cities. Only Canyon Lake is an 18-hole course.
455 Englewood Dr., Richland | tricitydogparks.org
Munden’s Rising Son Adventures
6307 Robinson Dr., Pasco |509-492-8852 | risingsonadventures.wix.com/fishing
Fishing guide Service—salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon, Walleye—Corporate Trips and groups welcome. All bait, tackle & gear provided.
The Lodge at Columbia Point offer bicycles for your use during your stay. Please contact the front desk for assistance.
Red Mountain Trails
888-414-1619 | email@example.com
Features: horseback riding, Wagon dinners and bicycle rentals (for Red Mountain) Offers trail rides for the family and wine tours on horseback in the Red Mountain AVA through vineyards and trails.
Water Sports & Rentals
Watertrails for exploration by Kayak |tapteal.org
Kennewick & Richland have many antique shops, art galleries and Columbia Center Mall.
T2O Nails & Spa
57 Columbia Point Dr, Richland | 509-943-9205
63 Columbia Point Dr, Richland | 509-943-2527
Points of Interest
Carousel of Dreams
290 Southridge Blvd, Kennewick | 509-378-3257 | gesacarouselofdreams.com
Enjoy a whimsical ride on a horse or chariot of yesteryear. The Carousel Of Dreams is a year round must see while visiting The Tri-Cities. Perfectly restored ponies will spin you around back to childhood.
Ice Harbor Dam and Lock
Ice Harbor Lock and Dam is a hydroelectric, concrete gravity run-of-the river dam on the Snake River in Walla Walla and Franklin Counties in Washington state. The Dam is located 8 miles northeast of the town of Burbank and 12 miles east of Pasco, river mile 9.7. Its name comes from a tiny bay in the river where boats once tied up to wait for upstream ice-jams to break up.
Sports & Entertainment
Tri-Cities Americans Semi-Pro Hockey Team
Look online for team schedule and ticket information.