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Tri Cities is a great place to raise a family. There are activities for people from every walk of life. We are the home of some great sports teams such as the Tri Cities Americans Hockey Team, The Dust Devils Baseball Team and the Fever Football Team. Also, we have aMotocross/ATV track that has recently added apaintball field to their park. So whether your in to wine tasting or enjoying some of ourparksnear the Columbia River Tri Cities has something for you and your family.Tri Cities Real Estate is comprised of three joining cities, Richland, Kennewick and Pasco together they create a population of over 250,000 people. Often West Richland, Burbank, Finley and Benton City are considered Tri Cities since they are all within such close travel proximity.
Another great feature about living in Tri Cities is the close travel proximity to areas such asBluewood Ski Resort orWhitePass Ski Resort. If you are into hiking and site seeing we are not that far away fromMt. Rainer or the Woodland Zoo. There are many other great features about living in Eastern Washington. For Example, we have great hunting and fishing spots that offer Whitetail Deer, Black Tail Deer, Mule Deer, Elk, Turkey, Pheasant, and Salmon, Steelhead, Bass and Sturgeon fishing. There are not that many location that can support such a healthy stream of activities all while reaping the benefits of a low cost of living and a community that continues to grow through every "economic crisis". In fact in 2008- 2010 Tri Cities was one of the Real Estate leaders National wide delivering a strong message about our healthy economy. I have always said that it is best to have a boat for summer time in Tri Cities to enjoy that 90 degree weather on the Columbia River and go to the Mountains for winter to get on the slopes.