Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Yakima, Washington area.
Yakima, in the sunny and fertile Yakima Valley of south central Washington, is world famous for its apples. The mixture of rich black and volcanic soil in the Yakima area also supports a growing wine industry.
Originally inhabited by the Yakama Indians, the center of Washington’s agricultural region formed around Yakima after discovery by Lewis and Clark in the early 1800s. Hiking trails and a wildlife refuge flank the Yakima and Naches Rivers which flow through and around the town, and several fresh-water lakes provide enjoyment during the hot summers and mild winters. Lodging options range from well-known chains to bed and breakfast inns where the local produce is served at its freshest.
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Lodging located in South Central Washington where the Naches and Yakima Rivers join in the city of Yakima. Yakima offers an array of outdoor activities including camping, fishing, kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, snow boarding, and boating. This area is served by Yakima Air Terminal / McAllister Field Airport (YKM).
Lodging located in the "Tri-Cities" area of Southeast Washington State, which include the cities of Kennewick, Pasco and Richland. This location also includes hotels in the City of Walla Walla. The area is served by Tri-Cities Airport (PSC) in Pasco.
Lodging options in Moses Lake, the location of one of the state's largest natural fresh water lakes. Moses Lake is an outdoor recreational oasis offering numerous parks and campgrounds. This area is served by Grant County International Airport (MWH).
Lodging located in the city of Wenatchee. Wenatchee offers 300 days of sunshine a year, mountains so close you can touch them, and the mighty Columbia River which runs through the heart of the city. This area is served by Pangborn Memorial Airport (EAT).
Area Facts: The generally acknowledged first recorded UFO sighting was made by a pilot flying from Chehalis to Yakima who described the objects as flying saucers. The area code for Yakima is 509.
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