There’s a good reason Milne is located in Washington State’s Yakima Valley. The highest quality fruit and vegetables in the world are grown here.
Over 350,000 acres of fertile land surrounds the Yakima River and yields an abundance of Concord grapes, berries and 30 other types of fruits and vegetables. A significant portion of Washington apples and cherries are grown in the valley, which offers over 300 days of sunshine a year and pristine waterways.
Prosser is situated in the foothills of the lower Yakima Valley where the peaceful Yakima River meanders through the city of around 6,000 people. It is a thriving agricultural center and tranquil green oasis at the base of Horse Heaven Hills, surrounded by the Cascade Mountains on the west, the Wenatchee Mountains on the north and Rattlesnake Mountain on the east.
Prosser & the Yakima Valley
Prosser and the Yakima Valley offer you a variety of lifestyles – from the small town atmosphere of Prosser to the thriving Tri-Cities of Kennewick, Pasco and Richland. With over 300 days of sunshine a year, pristine waterways and abundant parks, this area is a year-round paradise with endless outdoor recreational opportunities – from bicycling to hunting and fishing, soccer to water-skiing and plenty of golf.
From Prosser to the Tri-Cities and beyond, you will find yourself in the heart of Washington’s wine country with exceptional restaurants and unique menus to please the palate. Prosser is the birthplace of the state’s wine industry and boasts over 40 different tasting rooms. Other wineries can be found throughout Richland and the Tri- Cities area – representing some of the finest award-winning wines available anywhere.
With a mix of urban and rural living, Prosser and the Tri-Cities offer both visual and decorative arts, a variety of festivals, fairs and concert series throughout the year and a full range of entertainment.