Points of Interest Map

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Cedars Restaurant & Lounge 355 Clover Island Dr, 99336 509-582-2143 6.16

Cedars restaurant has a long history of pairing award winning dinners and desserts with amazing wines and cocktails. Unobstructed panoramic views of the Columbia River and its brilliant sunsets, its twin bridges, and Clover Island's new lighthouse landmark only complements your experience. You can arrive by car or boat, our convenient dock at your disposal. Dine or have cocktails and appetizers on the outside terrace or in front of the massive rock fireplace. Every table furnishes a spectacular view, making your experience memorable!

Kiko's Tacos 1014 S. Washington, 99337 1014 S. Washington, 99337 6.24

Fresh, authentic, and fast: Kiko's Tacos delivers a mouth-watering variety of Mexican dishes in abundant portions at reasonable prices. This small local business is a favorite for a range of reasons: the friendly service, unbeatable prices, and, of course, delicious fare.

Red Lobster 1120 N Columbia Center Blvd, 99336 509-735-1190 0.51


Texas Roadhouse 845 N Columbia Center, 99336 509-783-1288 0.41

Steakhouse, American

Fuego Mexican Grill 3911 W 27th Ave, 99337 509-491-1824 4.63


Bella Italia 7000 W Okanogan Pl, 99336 509-783-1701 0.59


Fire Artisan Pizza 1022 N Columbia Center Blvd, 99336 509-737-0554 0.57


P.F. Chang's 8108 W Gage Blvd, 99336 509-735-3270 1.21


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Country Mercantile 232 Crestloch Rd, Pasco, WA 99301 509-545-2192 17.68

What began as a small produce stand selling seasonal fruits and veggies has evolved into Country Mercantile, a fully stocked market filled with selections of the Northwest's finest gourmet foods and decadent handmade chocolates and fudge. The 2002 construction of the building tripled the market's size, and today you can indulge in homemade ice cream, fresh-baked pies, salsa and chips, tamales and enchiladas, among other goodies. Once your belly's full, check out a variety of unique collectibles, home décor and gifts. Spring and summer visitors have their pick of fresh, local produce, while October travelers can explore the Harvest Festival, a family-friendly event featuring a pumpkin patch, corn maze, straw bale pyramids, tractor-pulled wagon rides,and a petting zoo.

Red Mountain AVA Wine Tasting 46415 E Badger Rd, 99320 509-588-3469 11.86

Eighteen wineries, all located just north of Benton City, WA, produce some of the most world's most famous - and most delicious - wines. The Red Mountain AVA area, brimming with gorgeous scenery and fields full of sought-after grapes, enjoys acclaim among wine aficionados and everyday sippers alike.

Columbia River Jet Boat Tours PO Box 1463, 99352 509-734-9941 4.44

Zip through Hanford Reach, the last free-flowing section of the Columbia River in the country, on a heart-pounding jet boat tour. Columbia River Journeys offers tours of the Columbia and Lower Snake Rivers; the local favorite is the tour of the Hanford Reach National Monument. Onboard, you'll watch wildlife, see some of our area's most scenic spots, learn about one of the country's most historic landmarks, as well as the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, home of World War II and Cold War Nuclear Reactors… and the list goes on! Explore on your own, or book a group adventure; tours are offered for individuals, school and business groups, reunions, and weddings.

Hanford Reach National Monument 5111 Columbia Park Trail, 99336 509-585-4293 2.14

The first U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service national monument and the only one within the interior U.S., Hanford Reach National Monument was protected by Presidential proclamation in 2000, and is the gorgeous site of sweeping vistas, high bluffs, rare plants, and fields of wildflowers. Take a trip along the river and you might just encounter mule deer, coyotes, bald eagles, great blue herons, or white pelicans; a large elk herd can be found in the canyons, and, believe it or not, porcupines are also a frequent sight. Historically speaking, the area is home to plutonium reactors along the river, remnants of WWII and the Cold War, and the Plutonium from B Reactor fueled "Fat Man," the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan. While no longer in production, the reactors are now being dismantled, and the area's land and water cleaned. Visit one of the most unusual sites in the region and be amazed by the wildlife and history that abound in equal measure. (Insider's tip: The lack of visitor facilities or info centers only adds to this site's unique, adventurous appeal!)

Badger Mountain Hiking Trails Sagebrush Trail, 99352 5.73

Hikers, bikers,and horseback riders will all discover heart-pumping excitement on Badger Mountain, where public trails - including one built in the fall of 2005 for hikers, and a second trail built in 2006 for hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders - wind around the mountain. Families will also appreciate the mountaintop's awe-inspiring views of the Tri Cities, Three Rivers, Hanford,and even the Blue Mountains (on a crisp-clear day). We recommend you take in the views with a perfectly packed picnic lunch!

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Columbia Center Mall 1321 N Columbia Center, 99336 509-783-2109 0.85

Long-time favorite anchor stores like Macy's, JCPenney, Sears, Toys 'R' Us, Apricot Lane, LOFT, Coldwater Creek, and Gymboree are accompanied by beloved restaurants, including Azteca Mexican Restaurant, Twigs Bistro and Martini Bar, and Mizu Sushi & Roll at our region's largest mall. Spend the morning bargain hunting or drop by for a quick shopping stopover: In a mall this grand, you're guaranteed to find what you're looking for.

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Hogue Cellars 2800 Lee Rd, Prosser WA 800-565-9779 33.87

Hogue Cellars has been creating wine from their vinifera grapes since the 1970s.

Columbia Crest Winery Hwy 221 Columbia Crest Dr, Paterson WA 888-309-9463 35.62

Columbia Crest is consistently recognized by leading wine publications.

Washington Hills 111 E Lincoln Ave, Sunnyside WA 800-814-7004 44.14

Washington Hills Cellars is a historic landmark where special events take place year round.

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Cool Desert Nights 1355 George Washington Way, Richland, WA 99354 (509) 491-3234 6.91

Classic car show held in Richland in June. Attracts visitors from throughout the northwest.

Annual Tattoo Convention 7016 W Grandridge Blvd Kennewick, Washington (509) 737-3705 0.18

The Three Rivers Tattoo Convention is the northwest's premier place for Tattoo enthusiasts and Tattoo artists to get together!

Tri-Cities Water Follies 621 N Gum St, Kennewick, WA 99336 (509) 783-4675 6.12

Annual unlimited hydroplane racing and air shows including the Columbia Cup, held on the Columbia River in July. The Tri-Cities Water Follies is a popular event held annually in the Tri-Cities

annual renaissance fair Howard Amon Park 6.09

An annual renaissance fair is held at Howard Amon Park in Richland the last weekend of June along the Columbia River at Howard Amon Park. Ye Merrie Greenwood Faire features historically accurate costumes and Elizabethan English, as well as many vendors.

RadCon Pasco Wa 0

Radcon is a fan run Science-Fiction / Fantasy convention held annually in Pasco. it is the second largest con of its kind in the Pacific Northwest, and growing every year. The staff is all-volunteer made up of sci-fi, fantasy and cos-play enthusiasts. Volunteers very active in the local community are welcomed to be trained to participate and host in the event. The convention is held every year in February and is open to the general public.

Red Lion Inn and Suites Kennewick
602 N. Young Street, Washington, 99336, USA
Phone: 509-396-9979