Fine art, smooth jazz, wineries, and sweet onions – it’s no wonder that Walla Walla (the “city so nice they named it twice”) is such a fantastic location. Situated just 13 miles from the Oregon border, area residents enjoy an amazing landscape. From touring wineries to shopping downtown, residents of Walla Walla enjoy being outdoors. Rent a Walla Walla apartment and you’ll enjoy activities such as hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, camping, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling.
The Jazz and Wine Among Friends Festival takes place in August, or residents can enjoy the area’s highly-regarded Walla Walla Symphony. Visit the Fort Walla Walla Museum and view more than 45,000 artifacts detailing the history of the Walla Walla Valley. Other things to do in Walla Walla include a walk through Heritage Square, a visit to the Whitman Mission National Historic Site, and more.
Parks in Walla Walla include the 208-acre Fort Walla Walla Park, the area’s largest park. It includes horseshoe pits, sand volleyball, picnic areas, an amphitheater, a hiking trail, and a 70-acre wildlife preserve. Other parks include Carnegie Center, Pioneer Park, and the Mill Creek Sportsplex. Pioneer Park is the oldest park in Walla Walla and contains a historic bandstand gazebo, a historic cannon, and an exotic bird aviary.
Pedestrian-friendly downtown Walla Walla is a great location to shop, dine, or just window-shop and enjoy the friendly atmosphere. Rent in Walla Walla and enjoy this picturesque location.