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Discover the Sights and Sounds of the Grassy Place with a Bus Charter in Kennewick, Washington

Kennewick, Washington

Kennewick is located in Benton County and is home to more than 76,000 people. There are several places that you should explore in the city, so get on a bus charter in Kennewick, Washington and check them out.

A bus charter in Kennewick, Washington can help you explore the Grassy Place in style and comfort. So be sure to get one from BusRental.com and visit these places:

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Play at Bingo Boulevard or at Coyote Bob's Roadhouse Casino.

Arts & Culture

Join the Creation Festival Northwest, the biggest Christian music festival that is held twice annually in Kennewick. Then visit the Coyote Canyon Mammoth Site, which is a paleontological excavation site that dates back to the Ice Age.

Restaurants & Shopping

Shop at the Columbia Center Mall, which was opened in the 1990s and has space for more than 100 retailers and restaurants. The mall is the biggest in the southeastern Washington area with around 770,000 sq. ft. of space and is anchored by Toys 'R' Us, JCPenney, Macy's, and Sears.

Then check out the city's best wineries, including Sun River Vintners, Smasne Cellars, Farmhand Winery, and Badger Mountain Vineyard. If you get hungry, then you are in luck because it would give you reasons to try out the best restaurants in the city. That includes El Fat Cat Grill, Graze, Thai Elephant, Carmine’s Italian Restaurant, Sushi Ya, Pho Le, Masala Indian Cuisine, and Between the Buns.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Play golf at the Canyon Lakes Golf Course where you have more than 7,000 yards at the longest tees. This 18-hole golf course has a par of 72, a 73.8 rating and a 129 slope rating. John Steidel designed this 1980s golf course. You can also play at the Tri-City Country Club and Columbia Park Golf Course & Driving Range, both 18-hole golf courses.

Watch the Tri-City Americans or the Tri-Cities Fever play their home games at the Toyota Center. Kennewick is also the host of the Northern Pacific Hockey League's Tri-City Outlaws. The Columbia River is the site of the Water Follies yearly event. The event's biggest draw is the hydroplane racing.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Check out the World Trade Center Memorial Monument, which features an external vertical support column that was salvaged from the Twin Towers. The memorial is located at the Southridge Sports Complex and has several benches and landscaping done. You should also ride the Carousel of Dreams, a restored century-old Charles Carmel Carousel. Also, the Tri-Cities Archaeological District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Visit Columbia Park where you have 400 acres of space that includes several facilities such as a disc golf course, fishing pond, hiking trails, the Veterans Memorial, and geocaching facilities. The park is also the site of Playground of Dreams, which was built by more or less 6,000 volunteers. You could also enjoy the boat launches in the park, as well as several events such as the Columbia Cup, River of Fire Celebration, and other community events.

Further, you can also visit the Clover Island Lighthouse, which was built in 2010. The lighthouse has wildlife viewing, entertainment and recreational facilities.

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