Milton-Freewater's Golf Course is located west of Catherine Street in the west central part of the city. The course is an 18-hole par 60 with the longest hole being No.5, 305 yards on the valley floor. Nine holes are located on the west rim of Milton Hill with a panoramic view of the Walla Walla Valley. The clubhouse is located on Catherine Street and offers food and beverages, golf cart rental, and golf cart storage. Green fees are collected by the clubhouse operator.
Housed primarily in the 1909 train depot in downtown Pendleton, Heritage Station Museum’s mission is to “Tell the Story” of Umatilla County through exhibits and programming. The museum boasts two large interior galleries and a number of outdoor exhibits, including a caboose and a barn, as well as the Byrd Schoolhouse and the Fix Cabin, both built in the late 1800s. There is also space available for rental—both indoor and outdoor options. The museum is open Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm.
The aquatic center is located in the City's Yantis Park at the corner of DeHaven and SW 2nd, in the west central part of the city. Check out our zero depth pool with slides and water toys for all ages. The center also includes a 25 meter, six lane pool. 170' flume water slide, concession stand and a shelter that's available for rental or general everyday use. The pool opens Labor Day weekend.
The Milton-Freewater Public Library is a great community resource for all your reading, teachnolgoy, research, and entertainment needs.
Your library card gives you access to our 14 computers, free WiFi, and our collection of over 40,000 books, DVDs, and audiobooks.
View replicas of traditional & prehistoric structures of Plateau Indian people. Tamastslikt features a variety of programs & activities throughout the year which are listed on their website. This is a Blue Star museum offering free admission to families of active duty service men and women year-round. Also feastured is a museum store, the Kinship Café & meeting room rentals.
The Walla Walla Symphony began its 107th season as the oldest continuously operating symphony west of the Mississippi. For 26 years, the orchestra has been under the artistic leadership of Music Director and Conductor Yaacov Bergman and has performed in Cordiner Hall On the Whitman College campus since 1967. From October through June, the Walla Walla Symphony plays and sponsors concerts in a schedule that includes a mix of classical concerts, special concerts and Guest Artist Soirees.
Exercise programs & classes, swimming pools, racquet ball & basketball courts, kids programs. They YMCA is a center that works for the community to make sure everyone regardless of age, income or background has an opportunity to learn, grow and thrive.