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Living in Richland, Washington

Enjoy Richland's walking, biking and jogging paths through the community. You can stroll along the Columbia River for miles. Take in any number of outdoor concerts that happen throughout the year at the John Dam Plaza, parks, music halls or restaurants and wineries. You will be living in a community that offers fishing, boating, and water skiing opportunities as well as antique shops and wineries. Outdoor recreation is abundant with biking, hiking, hunting, fishing, water skiing, tennis and golf. Richland has a rich cultural community and visitors will enjoy taking in performances from symphony, to ballet, to community theater troupes. International restaurants represent foods from all around the world. During the late-spring to early-fall months the Farmers' Market provides the freshest locally grown vegetables and fruits. The city of Richland is home to over 51,000 residents and hosts a medieval renaissance fair, folk-life and music festivals, art shows, and an annual classic car and street rod show along with many other community events. Centrally located in Washington state, living in Richland, Washington, allows one to make quick day-trips to Seattle, Portland, Spokane, and Boise.

Exploring Richland

Richland offers something for everyone. The outdoors person can enjoy bass, walleye, steelhead and salmon fishing, as well as waterfowl and upland bird hunting not far away. Richland’s waterfront has two marinas; docks and piers; a five-mile paved trail for walking, jogging, biking, rollerblading, and stroller pushing; restaurants and hotels with river views; and three public golf courses. A state-of-the-art skateboard park and a farmers’ market welcomes the whole family to Richland. Enjoy some of the best restaurants you’ll ever experience! Besides the movie theaters, catch a live play by the Richland Players or one of the art and cultural activities at the Battelle Auditorium. The REACH Interpretive Center is an entryway to learn about our area's ancient history. The B-Reactor Museum will give you a first hand glimpse into the history of the Handford Nuclear Reservation. There are many other adventures that await you!

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