Gas Prices Pinching Summer Plans? Find Fun in Yakima Parks
With gas prices rising and inflation out of control if you are scaling back your summer vacation plans there's plenty of fun stuff to do in Yakima parks. City officials have released the 2022 Summer Program Guide full of suggestions for the your summer fun. A press release says the city plans things like a “Dive ‘N Movie,” walking tours of historic Tahoma Cemetery and Franklin Park, Family Play Days at Fisher Park Golf Course and Friday Night Teen Zone at Washington Fruit Community Center. Those are just some of things planned for a busy summer in city parks.
The guide is available at the parks and recreation office or online
You can find the guide at the Yakima Parks and Recreation office (2301 Fruitvale Boulevard), Yakima City Hall and online at yakimaparks.com.
Lots of fun stuff for you and your family this summer in the parks
City officials say the 16-page Summer Program Guide includes information about:
Summer softball tournaments and leagues
A variety of traditional and non-traditional sports camps that will be offered throughout the summer
Lessons ranging from swimming to tennis to golf
Schedules for Viva La Musica and the Summer Sunset Concert Series, as well as the Outdoor Summer Cinema Series
The 16th annual Paws in the Pool event at Franklin Pool
A school supply drive at the City of Yakima Harman Center
For more information about City of Yakima organized summer activities, click the link above or call Yakima Parks and Recreation at 509-575-6020.