Local Attractions

Below are just some of the many local attractions in the vicinity of our rental center – ranging from wineries to museums to protected parks.

Wine Touring & Tasting

Renting an RV is a popular way to go wine touring and tasting – and there are many wineries located in and around Benton City and Prosser, including Blackwood Canyon Vintners, Columbia Cascade Wineries, and Olympic Peninsula wineries and more who pour Red Mountain AVA. For more information on planning your trip efficiently, see our wine touring and tasting page. We can deliver a trailer to an RV park for you and pick it up as well – and many wineries will have a bus you can ride to their location.

Natural Attractions


Badger Mountain Centennial Preserve

While you cannot drive your RV into the preserve, there are many trails open for hiking – including one created by Friends of Badger Mountain, which has an impressive view if you reach the top.

Hanford Reach National Monument

The monument has a variety of activities for visitors including sightseeing, hiking, and historical information. It opens two hours before sunrise and closes two hours after sunset.



B Reactor Museum

The B Reactor is located near Richland, at the Hanford Site – a nuclear production complex that is mostly not operational today. The B Reactor itself was the world’s first large-scale reactor designed to produce plutonium. Today it has been turned into a musem and offers tours several days a week

Columbia River Exhibition of History, Science, and Technology (CREHST)

This museum has exhibitions on numerous subjects, including the history of the Hanford site, wildlife local to the Columbia Basin Valley, and a science lab.



Columbia Center Mall

The Columbia Center Mall is the largest mall in southeast Washington.

Kennewick & Richland Parks

Kennewick’s Columbia Park has activities for everyone, including a playground and family fishing pond, golf course, picnic and barbecue areas.

Toyota Center

Many events are held at the Toyota Center, including concerts, circuses, and trade shows. It was originally known as the Tri-Cities Coliseum (the Tri-Cities are Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland).
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