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111 apartments for rent near Yakima, WA

Apartments in Yakima, WA

Orchard Park
Yakima, WA 98902
From $2,500
1 Bed
55+
Emeritus at Chesterley Court
Yakima, WA 98902
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1 Bed
55+
Blossom House
Yakima, WA 98908
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1 Bed
55+
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1 Bed
55+
Chesterley Meadows
Yakima, WA 98902
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1 Bed
55+
Orchard Lane
Tieton, WA 98947
From $843
1 Bed
Emeritus at Dry Creek
Ellensburg, WA 98926
From $2,500
1 Bed
55+
Brookdale Ellensburg
Ellensburg, WA 98926
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1 Bed
55+
Huntington Court
Ellensburg, WA 98926
From $566
1 Bed
Cascade Manor
Ellensburg, WA 98926
From $567
1 Bed
Valley Commons I
Sunnyside, WA 98944
$638 - $873
1 - 4 Beds
Valley Commons Ii
Sunnyside, WA 98944
$638 - $873
1 - 4 Beds
From $2,500
1 Bed
55+
Paragon
Sunnyside, WA 98944
From $662
2 Beds
Edison Park
Sunnyside, WA 98944
$565 - $928
1 - 3 Beds
Vineyard I
Grandview, WA 98930
$602 - $832
1 - 4 Beds
Vineyard Ii
Grandview, WA 98930
$602 - $832
1 - 4 Beds
Harvest Ridge
Grandview, WA 98930
From $647
2 Beds
Sun Terrace Prosser
Prosser, WA 99350
From $2,500
1 Bed
55+
Chestnut Manor Apartments
Yakima, WA 98901
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1 Bed
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Guide to Yakima

Yakima Apartments For Rent

Apples, hops, and wine … if these are a few of your favorite things, then an apartment in Yakima is the perfect choice! Located in the Yakima Valley just southeast of Mount Rainier, Yakima is a major apple-producing region, one of the top wine regions, and it produces 75 percent of the nation’s hops.

Yakima is known as “The Fruit Bowl of the Nation.” This fertile soil gives back a bounty of fruits and veggies! You will witness the best of both worlds here. Summers are dry and hot while the winters are cool with light snow.

With Mount Rainier National Park at your doorstep, outdoor adventures are endless. This park, one of the nation’s first National Parks, was established in 1899. It covers more than 236,000 acres of stunning beauty – waterfalls, forests, glaciers, and subalpine meadows. The Wonderland Trail is a 93-mile hiking trail that circles Mount Rainier, the highest point in the Cascade Mountains. The park is a National Historic Landmark and contains 42 locations on the National Register of Historic Places.

Live an adventure! Rent an apartment in Yakima!

Things to Do in Yakima:

Yakima’s pastoral scenery is ideal for anyone who enjoys a getaway – in your own backyard! There are ways for locals to enjoy themselves without even having to leave their front porch.  Shop at the Yakima Farmer’s Market when you decide to fill up your fridge with the freshest vegetables in town! If you love fruits and vegetables as a quick snack while walking through a park, then by all means, rent an apartment in Yakima, where this is a common occurrence.

Yakima offers that wow factor — you get one great adventure after the other! It’s like finding that surprise toy at the bottom of the cereal box! How can one place offer so much? Move to a Yakima apartment and you will have the answer!

Bike the vineyards in Yakima’s wine country, go whitewater rafting on the Tieton River, and enjoy farm fresh produce while having fun with family and friends. Did you know that Yakima has the largest variety of fresh produce in the Pacific Northwest?  You can also sip craft brews on the spirits and hops trail!

But just because Yakima residents tend to be serene and happy, don’t think there isn’t a bit of “bite” to this city – just attend a Yakima Braves baseball game! The competition tends to heat up – and how about those home runs!

Up for the night out on the town? Just grabbing a bite to eat and you’re not sure whether you’ll eat in or take-out? Yakima holds some hidden gems for all occasions and desires! Bob’s Keg and Cork with its gourmet pizza and soup with salad are sure to fill you up.

Grant’s Brewery Pub serves award-winning ale, right along with Greystone Restaurant and Bistro Bar. Their fine dining is sure to make it a night you’ll never forget. For more fun and laughter, consider Hoops Sports Bar. It is where pool tables, darts, pull tabs, karaoke, and mixed drinks are awaiting your presence! Dance on the newly-remodeled dance floor at the Jack-Sons Sport Bar.

Fort Simcoe State Park is a part of Yakima’s heritage and culture. The beautiful scenery will embrace you with its historic memories of the past. The Teapot Dome has a huge amount of information that will keep you gasping for air.

What to Consider When Moving to Yakima:

Apricots, asparagus, eggplants, winter pears, mint, all kinds of berries, pumpkins, and 30 other types of fruits and vegetables are what the Yakima Valley has to offer. Eating fresh is the lifestyle Yakima residents are accustomed to. Locals expect – and get — the best!

The Yakima Valley is home to a growing wine industry because the soil here is very similar to the soil in the wine-growing regions in France. There are more than 50 wineries in the valley – be sure to check them out!

Yakima offers flavor, zest, and sweet energy. The city is a rich blend of the past, present, and future. Need that “barn look” and rugged feel in the middle of a fast-paced and modern city? Yakima is that unique blend of rustic and contemporary.

The weather is superb! Yakima takes advantage of this by hosting outdoor festivals – lots of them! Attend the Yakima Folklife Festival, the Central Washington State Fair, the Fresh Hop Ale Festival, and A Case of the Blues and All That Jazz, held in Sarg Hubbard Park.

Your new apartment in Yakima will give you the opportunity to enjoy everything from great shopping, fantastic restaurants, fresh produce, and fun outdoor adventures. In Yakima, there’s no such thing as boredom! Here, consider boredom a drum; the beat stops when you step foot in Yakima!

Why Yakima Apartments Are Hot:

The murals are spectacular! These 100-foot-long paintings adorn the city and are so unique. The murals even gained accolades from the Washington State Tourism Department! That’s hot! This is just another reason visitors become residents. The beauty of the city and its surroundings make them fall in love, venture out, and find a lovely Yakima apartment to rent!

Why Yakima?

  • The Yakima Valley Community College is one of the oldest community college in Washington.
  • Residents of Yakima enjoy the region’s mountain climbing, hiking, skiing, camping, and fishing.
  • Downtown Yakima is home to beautiful sculptures, wine tasting rooms, art galleries, and coffee shops.
  • The Yakima Nation Legends Casino offers gaming, entertainment, a buffet, two delis, and a café.
  • The Yakima River winds through Yakima, providing great opportunities for fishing and boating.
  • The Tieton River is the site of the annual Flip Flop, an extreme white-water rafting event for thrill-seekers.