The Yakima climate experiences all four seasons, althrough spring can sometimes blend with summer depending on the weather patterns. Yakima is considered to be a "high desert" arid climate, and summer temperatures average in the mid to upper 90's, and we experience at least one to two weeks a year of triple digit temperatures mostly in late July through August.
Autumn in Yakima is highly desirable and pleasant with winter not settling in until late November. Winter in Yakima can be extremely cold, and in the higher elevations of the foothills heavy snows can fall. We stay away from training here during the late winter months, largely due to powerful inversions that can leave the valley fogged in for weeks at a time.
How to get there
- Yakima Airport, serviced by Horizon
- Pasco/Tri Cities Airport, serviced by Alaska, Delta and American - 1.5 hour drive to Yakima
- Seattle/Tacoma Airport, International - 2.5 hour drive to Yakima
- Yakima Airport is a very small regional, so if you're looking for a rental, it's wise to book ahead as stock is limited and reservations are strongly recommended.
- Pasco is a larger airport, but we still recommend reservations to be safe.
Comfort Suites, Yakima
Our standard guest rooms are larger than most and feature a bigger standard bed size. Whether you are traveling by yourself, with your significant other, or the entire family or group, we have the perfect place to stay for any need.
Hilton Garden Inn, Yakima
The best of Downtown Yakima on our doorstep. We're in the heart of downtown Yakima, a short walk from the convention center, restaurants, and shows at Capitol Theater. You'll find numerous wineries and breweries within a few blocks.
Holiday Inn® Downtown Yakima is a favorite among business and leisure travelers because of its great location in the midst of Yakima Valley Wine Country. Rolling hills and lush vineyards characterize the area, a beautiful backdrop for our guests.
Ledgestone Suites Hotel
One of the newest Yakima hotels in Washington offering generously sized suites that are at least 30% larger than the average hotel room in a contemporary atmosphere making it the perfect option among hotels in Yakima.
This beautiful, veteran owned 4-acre property has about 80 trees, many of them 100-year old Maple trees. There's a spring fed pond and creek. 10 minutes from downtown Yakima and 45 minutes from the White Pass ski resort.
Apt 201 Newly Built Historic Church Downtown
New apartments located in the former 1st Baptist Church, built in 1908. Apartment 201, located on the south end of the building with full set of unique rounded windows looking at downtown and on to Yakima Ave.
Historic Hideaway, Modern Conveniences
Relax in this updated, light-filled 2BR/1BA basement retreat thoughtfully designed with privacy and luxury in mind. Located in the heart of central Yakima.
Campbell Coop Ranch
Fresh, country-themed retreat that offers all the modern amenities, making it a great place to roost on your get-away to the Yakima area. Bask in the sunlight Yakima is famous for and enjoy farm-fresh eggs delivered to your door every morning.
Naches Estates guest house with pool and view
You have your own private deck with a beautiful view of the valley and hours of bird watching with full use of the pool and hot tub. Our property has a basketball court and outdoor grill.
Cowiche Canyon Kitchen
Powerhouse Grill (diner food, but solid for breakfast)
Bron Yr Aur Brewing Company (solid pizza and beer)
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