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Offline jennabug

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Re: Some Tri Cities advice please
« Reply #15 on: November 30, 2017, 06:58:57 AM »
There are some cool trails in the W.E. Johnson Park off Hall Road in Richland as well as an archery range. I've seen mule deer, coyote, ringneck pheasants and lots of other birds around there.

There are a couple of shooting areas near Benton City (PM for info), but we generally go to the Rattlesnake range. The range officers do a good job to keep things moving safely and efficiently.

I've been meaning to get out to the Hanford Reach Monument and the Columbia National Wildlife Rescue as well. Lots of people kayak and do standing paddleboards in the warmer seasons.

There's also Red Mountain Trails for short horseback trail rides. http://www.redmountaintrails.com/
Thanks. I'll send u a msg closer to spring. For the rattlesnake range is that a yearly membership or can u just pay for a day pass? Thank u for the park information too.
Absolutely.
A day pass is $10 per shooter.

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Re: Some Tri Cities advice please
« Reply #16 on: November 30, 2017, 07:14:32 AM »
There are some cool trails in the W.E. Johnson Park off Hall Road in Richland as well as an archery range. I've seen mule deer, coyote, ringneck pheasants and lots of other birds around there.

There are a couple of shooting areas near Benton City (PM for info), but we generally go to the Rattlesnake range. The range officers do a good job to keep things moving safely and efficiently.

I've been meaning to get out to the Hanford Reach Monument and the Columbia National Wildlife Rescue as well. Lots of people kayak and do standing paddleboards in the warmer seasons.

There's also Red Mountain Trails for short horseback trail rides. http://www.redmountaintrails.com/
Thanks. I'll send u a msg closer to spring. For the rattlesnake range is that a yearly membership or can u just pay for a day pass? Thank u for the park information too.
Absolutely.
A day pass is $10 per shooter.
Thank you Jenna

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Re: Some Tri Cities advice please
« Reply #17 on: January 02, 2018, 08:30:57 PM »
The Tucannon has stocked lakes for trout fishing. super easy access and fishing for fun.
All kinds of trails and animals outside of Dayton.
Badger Mtn in the tri Cities, and Walula Juntion also has a bunch on nature.

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Re: Some Tri Cities advice please
« Reply #18 on: January 02, 2018, 09:09:52 PM »
The Tucannon has stocked lakes for trout fishing. super easy access and fishing for fun.
All kinds of trails and animals outside of Dayton.
Badger Mtn in the tri Cities, and Walula Juntion also has a bunch on nature.
Thank you. Looking forward to the spring.

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Re: Some Tri Cities advice please
« Reply #19 on: February 05, 2018, 02:49:00 PM »
Go to Elk City for 3 days or so. Hot Springs near there, hiking, ATVing, Elk etc. 1 Motel, Elk City Motel. Kitchenettes and pretty darn Clea too. Tiny store for all your need. The gas station has a little restaurant that serves really good Chicken Fried steak and breakfasts in general. It's 50 miles east of Grangeville Idaho. Beautiful area..
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Re: Some Tri Cities advice please
« Reply #20 on: February 05, 2018, 04:34:02 PM »
Go to Elk City for 3 days or so. Hot Springs near there, hiking, ATVing, Elk etc. 1 Motel, Elk City Motel. Kitchenettes and pretty darn Clea too. Tiny store for all your need. The gas station has a little restaurant that serves really good Chicken Fried steak and breakfasts in general. It's 50 miles east of Grangeville Idaho. Beautiful area..
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