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 On this page, parents of Pippins players will find valuable information regarding:

  • Travel Into Yakima
  • Passports
Travel into Yakima
 

 

Flying
 
Yakima is very accessible via flight. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is 2 ½ hours away from County Stadium which has service from all over the United States. Also available to parents is the Yakima Air Terminal-McAllister Field, Alaska Air provides three flights per day to and from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac) onboard the 76 seat Bombardier Q400 high-speed turboprop. McAllister field is a ten minute drive to County Stadium. In addition, the Tri-Cities Airport (in Pasco) is a 1 1/2 hour drive and has daily service to and from Seattle, Portland, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Phoenix/Mesa, Denver, San Francisco, and Mineapolis/St. Paul.
 
 
Driving

Yakima is truly Central Washington located on the foothills of the Cascade Mountains it is accessible from Seattle, Spokane, Tri-Cities, and Portland.

From Seattle (about 2 1/4 hours)

 

  • Take 90 East out of Seattle.
  • Just past Ellensburg, bear right and follow signs for 82 East/97 South.
  • Take exit 33B for Yakima Ave toward Terrace Heights
  • Turn right onto E Yakima Ave
  • Take the 1st left toward S Fair Ave
  • Turn right onto S Fair Ave
 
From Portland (about 4 hours)
  • Take 84 East/Columbia River Hwy out of Portland.
  • Merge onto 1-84 E/U.S. 30 E Continue to follow I-84 E
  • Take Exit 104 for US-97 towards Yakima/Bend
  • Turn Left onto US-97
  • Turn left onto US 97 N/WA-14 Lewis and Clark Hwy
  •  Keep left at the fork follow signs for I-82 W/US-97 N/Yakima and merge onto I-82 W/US-97 N
  • Take Exit 34 for WA-24 E/Nob Hill Blvd
  • Turn left onto WA-24 W/E Nob Hill Blvd
  • Turn right onto S10th/S Fair Ave
 
From Spokane (the faster way, about 2 1/2 hours)
  • Take 90 West  out of Spokane.
  • Take exit 110 to merge onto I-82 E/US-97 S toward Yakima
  • Take exit 33B for Yakima Ave toward Terrace Heights
  • Turn right onto E Yakima Ave
  • Take the 1st left toward S Fair Ave
  • Turn right onto S Fair Ave

Passports
The West Coast League encompasses the entire Pacific Northwest, including the stunning beauty of British Columbia. As such, your son will need a valid passport for travel purposes (you may need one as well, if you wish to travel to Kelowna to watch the club play).
 
For players, If you do not already have the proper documentation, you would be wise to begin securing that now. It takes anywhere from 4-6 weeks to get that paperwork done properly, and as winter progresses to spring, those times usually get longer (as people look to travel). Here are some websites that will help you secure your travel documents/passports:

 

Please call our office if you have any questions – if your son does not have his passport, he will not be able to join us on our road trips to Canada, and since we have a talented roster, we want to make sure every member of the team is there and able to contribute.

 

 

Parents Page

You are here > News > Parents Page

 On this page, parents of Pippins players will find valuable information regarding:

  • Travel Into Yakima
  • Passports
Travel into Yakima
 

 

Flying
 
Yakima is very accessible via flight. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is 2 ½ hours away from County Stadium which has service from all over the United States. Also available to parents is the Yakima Air Terminal-McAllister Field, Alaska Air provides three flights per day to and from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac) onboard the 76 seat Bombardier Q400 high-speed turboprop. McAllister field is a ten minute drive to County Stadium. In addition, the Tri-Cities Airport (in Pasco) is a 1 1/2 hour drive and has daily service to and from Seattle, Portland, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Phoenix/Mesa, Denver, San Francisco, and Mineapolis/St. Paul.
 
 
Driving

Yakima is truly Central Washington located on the foothills of the Cascade Mountains it is accessible from Seattle, Spokane, Tri-Cities, and Portland.

From Seattle (about 2 1/4 hours)

 

  • Take 90 East out of Seattle.
  • Just past Ellensburg, bear right and follow signs for 82 East/97 South.
  • Take exit 33B for Yakima Ave toward Terrace Heights
  • Turn right onto E Yakima Ave
  • Take the 1st left toward S Fair Ave
  • Turn right onto S Fair Ave
 
From Portland (about 4 hours)
  • Take 84 East/Columbia River Hwy out of Portland.
  • Merge onto 1-84 E/U.S. 30 E Continue to follow I-84 E
  • Take Exit 104 for US-97 towards Yakima/Bend
  • Turn Left onto US-97
  • Turn left onto US 97 N/WA-14 Lewis and Clark Hwy
  •  Keep left at the fork follow signs for I-82 W/US-97 N/Yakima and merge onto I-82 W/US-97 N
  • Take Exit 34 for WA-24 E/Nob Hill Blvd
  • Turn left onto WA-24 W/E Nob Hill Blvd
  • Turn right onto S10th/S Fair Ave
 
From Spokane (the faster way, about 2 1/2 hours)
  • Take 90 West  out of Spokane.
  • Take exit 110 to merge onto I-82 E/US-97 S toward Yakima
  • Take exit 33B for Yakima Ave toward Terrace Heights
  • Turn right onto E Yakima Ave
  • Take the 1st left toward S Fair Ave
  • Turn right onto S Fair Ave

Passports
The West Coast League encompasses the entire Pacific Northwest, including the stunning beauty of British Columbia. As such, your son will need a valid passport for travel purposes (you may need one as well, if you wish to travel to Kelowna to watch the club play).
 
For players, If you do not already have the proper documentation, you would be wise to begin securing that now. It takes anywhere from 4-6 weeks to get that paperwork done properly, and as winter progresses to spring, those times usually get longer (as people look to travel). Here are some websites that will help you secure your travel documents/passports:

 

Please call our office if you have any questions – if your son does not have his passport, he will not be able to join us on our road trips to Canada, and since we have a talented roster, we want to make sure every member of the team is there and able to contribute.