9930 Bedford St
Pasco, WA 99301
Phone: (509) 545-9554
Fax: (509) 544-9548
Hanford Reach was the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service's first national monument. The land was once used as hunting grounds by several different tribes of Native Americans. During WWII, the land was used to build nine nuclear reactors, which among other things, provided the plutonium for the bomb dropped on Nagasaki during WWII, although now the reactors are being dismantled. Currently, the land is a refuge for over 40 different species of threatened and endangered animals, as well as some species not found anywhere else.
With a vast expanse of greenery, Columbia Park Golf Links are a scene to behold. Consisting of 18-holes, this golf course is a pleasure for both amateurs as well as more seasoned players.
Established in 1938, the Tri-City Country Club has undergone several transformations and name changes, and today, it is a popular golf club that hosts important golf championships and tournaments. The golf course is a fairly easy ground to play barring a few water features. Apart from that, it also features a restaurant and banquet facilities that can be hired for private events and functions. For details, call ahead