Richland Attractions

Richland visitors love the aquatic playground where the Snake, Yakima, and Columbia converge. The area's waterways attract water lovers from all over to enjoy sailing, power and leisure boating, waterskiing, swimming, fishing, paddle boarding, and kayaking. Recreational opportunities abound offering something for everyone with bicycling, bowling, hunting, fishing, and soccer to name a few. One of the area’s most popular sports, golf, is widely enjoyed because of our exceptional weather. You’ll find ten beautiful courses to choose from that will challenge all experience levels. With over 200 wineries dotted around the Tri-Cities area, savor the local premium wines and you’ll discover why the area is called the "Heart of Washington's Wine Country."

Shilo Inn strives to make your stay with us as relaxing as possible, that’s why we encourage our guests to stop by our friendly front desk. We’ll be happy to assist with directions, recommendations, and sometimes offer a local tip or two. We look forward to hosting you as our guest!

Featured Attractions

Columbia Point Golf Course

Columbia Point Golf Course is an upscale, daily fee facility built and owned by the City of Richland. It is a challenging course for all levels of golfers and is located on the eastern side of the Cascade Mountains adjacent to the Columbia River. It boasts a variety of tee boxes and measures 6,571 yards from the Championship tees. Conveniently located for our guests, this golf course is located right across the street!

Wineries

When visiting Richland, you’ll find yourself in the heart of wine country; offering 200 local area wineries in the Columbia Valley. Get a chance to meet the winemakers and tour the vineyards and barrel rooms, and, of course, taste some of the best Washington wines. The Tri-Cities area offers a myriad of tasting rooms, wine bars, and distilleries. You may just find a new favorite with the award-winning cabernet sauvignon or merlot selections. You’ll find an abundance of choices to sample in the Heart of Washington Wine Country®.

Wineries

When visiting Richland, you’ll find yourself in the heart of wine country; offering 200 local area wineries in the Columbia Valley. Get a chance to meet the winemakers and tour the vineyards and barrel rooms, and, of course, taste some of the best Washington wines. The Tri-Cities area offers a myriad of tasting rooms, wine bars, and distilleries. You may just find a new favorite with the award-winning cabernet sauvignon or merlot selections. You’ll find an abundance of choices to sample in the Heart of Washington Wine Country®.

Badger Mountain Centennial Preserve

The Badger Mountain Centennial Preserve is part of Badger Mountain in Richland, WA. It is a stunning park with over eight miles of hiking trails. You’ll discover plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, sightseeing, and bird-watching. Magnificent views from the summit cover all directions and include the plains of Central Washington, the Columbia and Yakima Rivers, the Tri-Cities, and the White Bluffs. On clear days you’ll see glimpses of Mount Rainier and Mount Adams. This preserve is a must-see for nature lovers!

All Attractions

Restaurants

  • Porter's Real Barbecue 0.7 mi
  • Monterosso's Italian Restaurant 0.7 mi
  • LU LU Craft Bar + Kitchen 1.1 mi
  • Anthony's At Columbia Point 1.1 mi
  • Fat Olive's Restaurant & Catering 1.3 mi
  • Stick+Stone Wood-Fired Pizza 3.3. mi
  • Sage Port Grille 3.5 mi
  • Twigs Bistro and Martini Bar 4.1 mi
  • Greek Islands Cuisine 4.3.mi
  • Aki Sushi 5.1 mi

Shopping

  • Octopus' Garden 1.4 mi
  • Hunt & Gather Antiques and Vintage Shop 1.5 mi
  • Uptown Shopping Center 1.6 mi
  • Vintner Square 3.1 mi
  • Columbia Center 4.0 mi