Adult Recreation & Activities

Step Into Summer! Walking Challenge
(May 31-June 27)
Hello Summer! Flowers blooming, fresh air, birds chirping, and temps are rising and the sun is shining. How are YOU feeling this season? Now’s a good time to reflect and make the necessary adjustments to live and feel great. So let’s have some fun and get moving! We’re excited to get summer started by encouraging people to get out, get active and enjoy the fresh air while visiting one of our many parks. Over the course of four weeks, participants will track and record their daily steps to be eligible for prizes throughout the challenge. This free event is open to all ages.
To register go to:
If you are new to Challenge Runner, sign up for an account and enter the following challenge code: 9606xz-2xp8

Adult Pickleball
Part tennis, part badminton, Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the world right now for all ages. They Yakima Pickleball Club was formed to promote pickleball n our community, while sharing their love of the game and to organize playing opportunities, learning opportunities and to have a place where people can just show up and play. Pickleball is happening at Franklin Park, so if you are interested in joining the fun or to get more information about upcoming events or activities go to or check out their club page of facebook.

Tahoma Cemetery Historical Tours
Join a free guided walking tour of Yakima’s historic Tahoma Cemetery. Stroll through the beautiful park-like setting as tours will highlight the history of the cemetery, the historical individuals interred within the cemetery, and a new walking route.
Free Tours – Space is limited to 25 participants, so register today! Click HERE to register
Location: Tahoma Cemetery, 1802 Tahoma Avenue, Yakima
Tours will meet in front of the mausoleum a few minutes before starting time. Use the entrance off 24th Avenue.

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