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Visitor Guide

SIP wines in the birthplace of Washington’s modern wine industry, located in the state’s oldest Viticulture Area. Nurtured by over 300 days of sunshine annually, Prosser is among the nation’s richest agricultural regions with abundant vineyards, orchards, fruit, produce, livestock, and wheat fields surrounding the community. Area hop growers supply more than 75% of the US crop of brewing’s crucial ingredient, making up more than 20% of the world supply.


STROLL through tree-lined streets, historic museum, landmark buildings, the river shore, city parks, and agricultural bounty. The gentle terrain invites walking and cycling, while the Horse Heaven Hills provide majestic vistas. Prosser is home to over 25 wineries and counting. Tri-Cities, Red Mountain, Horse Heaven Hills and Yakima Valley wineries are all within a 30-45 mile scenic drive.


ENJOY a mix of specialty shops, live music, tasting rooms, and restaurants. Collectibles, antiques, distinctive jewelry, gifts, specialty foods, quilting, and fiber arts all await your discovery. The Princess Theatre is alive with seasonal stage plays, music, and dance. Festivals and events celebrate our collective heritage as well as sports and holidays. For family fun, visit the Prosser Aquatic Center or spend the day at a tournament skateboard park. With mountain views, long summer evenings, and glorious sunsets, Prosser is the perfect place to enjoy the good life.

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