Pasco is home to more than 68,000 people and is the seat of Franklin County. Rent a charter bus in Pasco, Washington and explore the city today.
A charter bus in Pasco, Washington can take you and your friends or family to the following attractions in the city:
Go to the Esvelt Gallery at Columbia Basin College, which has been giving local residents the chance to be familiar with artworks done primarily by their students for more than three decades. Or you can take the kids to the Three Rivers Children's Museum and the Washington State Railroads Historical Society Museum.
Sample the area's best wines at these fine wineries: Balcom & Moe, Gordon Brothers Family Vineyards, and Preston Premium Wines. And enjoy shopping at the city's downtown area, where you can enjoy the variety of retailers and restaurants while also taking in rich the Hispanic influence and culture of the area. The city's farmers' market is also a popular draw from May to October. The market typically draws a big crowd from all over the region.
Play at Sun Willows Golf Course where you have 18 holes and more than 6,700 yards at the longest tees. Robert Muir Graves designed the 1950s course and it has a rating of 72.0, a 117 slope rating and a par of 72. Or you can play at Pasco Golfland, where you have nine holes of fun. It has more than 1,100 yards at the longest tees and a 27 par. Bill McIntryre designed the 1990s golf course.
Go to Gesa Stadium and watch the Tri-City Dust Devils play their home games. Or watch more outdoor team sports at the Edgar Brown Memorial Stadium.
People who love history will want to go to Franklin County Historical Society & Museum, where they can learn more about Pasco and Franklin County via several exhibits including those touching on North American Indian Artifacts, healthcare during the 1900s, Lewis and Clark, Irrigation, Railroads and a host of other topics.
Or you can spend a day touring the seven sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places for Pasco, including Allen Rockshelter, Franklin County Courthouse, James Moore House, Lower Snake River Archaeological District, Pasco Carnegie Library, and Strawberry Island Village Archeological Site.
Visit the Sacajawea State Park & Interpretive Center where you have close to 300 acres of space found where Columbia and Snake rivers meet. Enjoy the more than 9,000 feet of shoreline. This is where you'd find the exhibits related to Lewis and Clark and their explorations, as well as their interpreter Sacagawea. Or you can go to Wahluke Slope where you can get a spectacular view of the Columbia River and other scenery.
The Chiawana Park is one of the city's many riverfront parks and has 127 acres of space that features 25 acres of developed land that includes a boat dock, boat launch, picnic shelters, picnic area, playground, walking trail and volleyball court. Meanwhile the Memorial Park has 13 acres of space that has a big lap pool, sports fields, and picnic facilities. You can also play basketball at the Capital Park, or just enjoy the playground and playfield while having a picnic. Further, you have Highland Park where you have 10 acres of space that features a football field, basketball court, playground, picnic area and a walking trail. Other parks in Pasco include Cable Bridge Park, Casa del Sol, Desert Dune Park, Kurtzman Park, Lucas Park, and Peanuts Park, among others.
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