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The Weather in Kennewick
Above are the weather conditions for Kennewick. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 93°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Kennewick, with temperatures going under 26° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Urban treats with a Kennewick vacation rental
Beautiful urban parks and plenty of local history await in Kennewick, where delicious evening meals and fun nights out are also provided for. West Kennewick has many condo suites, apartments and villas that will suit families or partners seeking for easy access to the city.
Kennewick is home to some very good restaurants, such as Carmine's. This Italian restaurant is a family establishment where the food is freshly cooked, this is why there are only a few menu options on any given evening. In addition, the food is accompanied by generous side portions of salad, fresh bread, meatballs and sausage.
From old-fashioned saloons to queer clubs
If you feel like enjoying some nightlife after your days on the town, head to Uncle Sam's Saloon, an old-fashioned sports bar that serves wine and mixed drinks. For live music and food, Nomad Lounge is a great place to go, and they also offer happy hour drinks. Or for some serious clubbing, try the area's new queer club Out and About, in Pasco.
Urban nature and local history
Spend time with your family or friends at Columbia Park, a 400-acre recreational area near the Columbia River. You can choose between a round of golf on the nearby golf course, or take a boat out onto the river. Children will enjoy the park's castle-like playground and the pretty fishing pond.
The East Benton County Historical Society Museum gives insight into the area's rich history. From native American traditions, to the recreation of an early 20th c. sitting parlor and dentist's office, this museum is full of curiosities. It also features an excellent collection of radio recordings on vinyl records.
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