Guides

    • Yakima

      The city of Yakima is uniquely situated as your home base to explore the surrounding areas. A stay in Yakima gives you easy access for wine tasting or a day…

    • Selah

      There’s a lot of peace and quiet, mixed with a pretty hefty dose of civic pride in the cozy bedroom community tucked in about five minutes north of downtown Yakima.…

    • Gleed

      Dramatic and desirable, the Naches area follows along the “NACHES” River (what a shock), up to the foot of the Cascades. Naches was once strictly a spot for sportsmen to…

    • Naches

      Dramatic and desirable, the Naches area follows along the “NACHES” River (what a shock), up to the foot of the Cascades. Naches was once strictly a spot for sportsmen to…

    • East Valley

      The East Valley district incorporates, Terrace Heights, Moxee and the spaces in between – in other words, anything EAST of Yakima. The opposite of West Valley in many ways, East…

    • Historic District

      Also known as the Old North Yakima Neighborhood, this is a quaint section of town that remains largely the same as the day it was first built. Comprised of Colonials…

    • Terrace Heights

      Due East of downtown Yakima and bordered by the Yakima River, the Terrace Heights area sprang up around a few prescient developments – first, the Cemetery, next the stunning Yakima…

    • Moxee

      Moxee is one of the oldest established areas in the Yakima Valley having been settled in the late 1860’s by a colony of French Canadians, who were drawn there by…

    • West Valley

      Sprawling and spacious, West Valley is truly “suburban” Yakima. Until the 1960’s, West Valley was almost entirely orchards, and now there are lovely intimate neighborhoods, beautiful houses on-the-hills and even…

    • Union Gap

      Nestled in the “gap” of two mountains, Union Gap is a blend of the old and the new.  A small town with stately old homes, historical events, and farmers markets…