- The list below includes 18 free or cheap things to do in or near Yakima, Washington, including 20 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Hiking Trails, National & State Parks and Family Fun Center.
- From Fort Simcoe State Park to Yakima Sportsman State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Yakima.
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Carousel French Cuisine Seattle MoreLess Info
Restaurant specializing in authentic French cuisine offers brunch, dinner, wine and cocktails, and catering
72% 29 votes
Yakima, WA MoreLess Info
Travelers who are interested in bird watching and wildlife viewing may enjoy what Fort Simcoe State Park has to offer. The location, which also contains 0.8 miles of hiking trails, also contains a volleyball field and four sheltered picnic tables.
61% 31 votes
904 University Parkway, Yakima, WA MoreLess Info
Yakima Sportsman State Park was created as a camping venue and nature preserve for wildlife. The park has hiking trails, freshwater fishing, picnic grounds and numerous bird watching and wildlife observation areas.
75% 4 votes
302 N 3rd Street, Yakima, WA 98908 MoreLess Info
The Uplands Trail of Cowiche Canyon is a 1.5-mile hiking trail that offers a 360-degree view of the valley and surrounding hilltops. The trail has opportunities for mountain biking and running.
67% 3 votes
1399 N 48th Avenue, Yakima, WA 98908 MoreLess Info
Randall Park is an outdoor neighborhood park that is home to a 9-hole disc golf course, a basketball court, a nature trail and picnic tables. The park can be used for grilling, running, biking, and walking.
50% 4 votes
Yakima, WA 98904 MoreLess Info
Umtanum Creek Recreation Area is a nature area offering a hiking trail through Yakima canyon. The trail is populated by wildflowers, aspen, cottonwood, beaver dams, and a timeworn apple orchard.
92% 37 votes
Cowiche Canyon Road, Yakima, WA MoreLess Info
Located within the Cowiche Conservatory is the Cowiche Canyon Trail. It is 3.03 miles long and relatively flat, allowing for bikers, horseback riders, snowshoers, and skiers as well as hikers.
86% 28 votes
101 North Fair Avenue, Yakima, WA 98901 MoreLess Info
At Yakima Valley Visitors Center, visitors can learn about the region's attractions and community events. The visitor center staff provides visitors with brochures and trip planning tips for things to do in the area.
83% 18 votes
S. 3rd Street & East Yakima Ave, Yakima, WA 98908 MoreLess Info
Open on Sundays from May through October, Yakima Farmers Market offers fresh produce as well as local crafts and specialty products. The market also has activities for children, features live music and is dog-friendly.
100% 2 votes
1301 S Fair Avenue, Yakima, WA 98901 MoreLess Info
Opened in 1993, Yakima County Stadium is a baseball stadium able to hold 3,000 people. The stadium is home field to the Yakima Bears minor league baseball team, and maintains concession stands and a hand-operated scoreboard.
33% 3 votes
S 21st Ave & Tieton Drive, Yakima, WA 98901 MoreLess Info
Open during the summer season, Franklin Pool offers the community recreational swim sessions with a two story water slide. The pool also hosts learn to swim and water fitness classes.