It’s Game Time at These Tri-City, WA Sports Venues

Whether you’re looking for fast-paced indoor football or a relaxing day at the baseball park, you’ll find it in Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland. There is a long tradition of local Tri-City sports teams that both entertain and give back to the community. Tri-City Golf Courses are also some of the best in the West. There’s always great sports to watch and play in Tri-City, Washington.

  1. Golf at Washington’s Best Golf Course

There are seven golf courses in the Tri-City area, but Canyon Lakes is the most acclaimed and most popular. Rated 4.5 stars out of 5 by Golf Digest, you’ll relish the challenges and scenery of this outstanding course. Canyon Lakes has everything for the ideal golf outing—5 different tees, an 18 hole putting course, driving range, practice putting green, practice bunker, and for the end of the game, a full service restaurant. While visiting the Tri-Cities, make sure to take advantage of Canyon Lakes’ stay and play deals, which are available at the Red Lion Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland.

Canyon Lakes Golf Course

3700 W. Canyon Lakes Dr.

Kennewick, WA 99337

(509) 582-3736


  1. The Tri-City Dust Devils Minor League Baseball Team


The Tri-City Dust Devils is the local minor league baseball team, and they are owned by MLB Hall of Fame third baseman George Brett. As a development team for the San Diego Padres, you can see future baseball stars as they hone their skills before they hit the majors. The Dust Devils play at Gesa Stadium in Pasco, and they’re planning new upgrades to let fans enjoy the new season even more. Visit their website for video highlights of past games, as well as photos, news, and live radio broadcasts. Check out the Dust Devils for good, affordable family fun under the warm sun.

Tri City Dust Devils

6200 Burden Blvd

Pasco, WA 99301


  1. Indoor Football with the Tri-City Fever


The Fever have brought exciting indoor football to the Tri-Cities for over ten years. They play at the Toyota Center in Kennewick, as part of the Indoor Football League (IFL). The Fever also give back to the community with fundraisers, events, and donations. The successful team has made it to two United Bowls in the last few years, and they’ll be looking to head to another this year. Watch the thrilling, high scoring action of indoor football. This fast-paced game is fun for sports fans young or old.

Tri-City Fever

7016 W Grandridge Blvd

Kennewick, Washington 99336

Phone: (509) 222-2215




  1. The Tri-City Americans Junior Hockey Team

Also playing at the Toyota Center, the Tri-City Americans are a major junior ice hockey team, and a founding franchise of the Western Hockey League. The Americans are a very popular team in the Tri-Cities, often setting attendance records. The team also regularly gives back to the community—in fact, they were one of the first teams to do the “Teddy Bear Toss,” where fans toss teddy bears onto the ice after the team scores its first goal. The bears are later donated to local charities for children. With a roster of exciting young prospects, The Tri-City Americans are fun for the whole family.

Tri-City Americans

7016 W. Grandridge Blvd

Kennewick, WA 99336

Phone: (509) 737-3737 (Event Line)