West Richland Listings

Living in West Richland, Washington

The beautiful Yakima River borders the City of West Richland just above its confluence with Columbia River. The City of West Richland is unique because there are over 7,000 acres of agricultural land within the city limits. This includes irrigated pastures, orchards, grapes, potatoes, and other field crops. During harvest times, produce from the local farms provides the community a variety of exceptional fresh foods. West Richland is a growing community with new subdivisions and new Richland School District schools. It has become a highly desired community to raise a family.

Exploring West Richland

The Yakima and Columbia Rivers provide many recreational opportunities for people. Fishing, kayaking, rafting, bird watching, golfing and walking/biking paths can all be experienced from the heart of the City of West Richland. You are also within 20 minutes of anywhere else in the TriCities.

The relaxed pace of a friendly small rural town near the larger cities gives West Richland a laid back vibe. The Bombing Range Sports Complex provides an abundance of exciting sports events, such as youth and adult soccer, youth football, and youth baseball. There are local events designed just for families such as the Summer Night Concerts in the Park series, Harvest Festival, and Veterans Day Parade. The Hogs & Dogs community event shows off motorcycles of all makes and styles from all over the area as well as classic cars.

The wine industry in the West Richland region of the Yakima Valley has grown rapidly over the last 20 years. The Red Mountain American Viticultural Area (AVA) is located on the city’s western boundary. It is the most renowned wine growing area in Washington State and one of the most coveted wine growing areas in the country. The Red Mountain AVA provides exquisite wine tasting rooms, dining and hiking experiences for visitors.

With over 300 days of blue sky, there are unlimited opportunities to enjoy the region's outdoor experiences, family events, area wineries, restaurants and beautiful warm summer nights. Enjoy the warm evenings strolling one of the bike, jogging and walking paths. Or take the challenge of hiking Badger Mountain or Candy Mountain. Call me for a free community tour!

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