Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and cozy into Pasco where you can wander the farmers markets, taste home cooking and explore the parks.
Pasco is one of three cities in Washington State that make up the Tri-Cities region. Hop aboard the train and arrive in style into Pasco Intermodal Train Station, which is one of the newest stations in the Pacific Northwest. A major draw for locals and visitors alike is the Pasco Farmers Market. Open May through October, the market is located in the heart of downtown Pasco and is the place for community farmers to sell their farm fresh food and produce to consumers.
Pasco offers several waterfront parks along the Columbia River for the water enthusiasts looking to go boating, waterskiing, wakeboarding or fishing. During the summer you can catch America’s favorite pastime, baseball at Pasco’s Gesa Stadium, which is home to the minor league team, the Tri-City Dust Devils.
Relax at the end of the day by visiting one of many wineries in and around Pasco and taste the enchantment of Washington’s wines.
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