The Tri-Cities—made up by Kennewick, Pasco and Richland located in southeastern Washington state—is the premier sports destination of the Pacific Northwest. With great weather, exceptional venues, a central location, dozens of flights daily and more than 3,800 guest rooms, the Tri-Cities hosts various tournaments within the finest facilities in its desert region.
"The Tri-Cities area is such a great baseball community. The people are easy to work with and understand what it takes to run a premier event. The weather is great and the scenery along the Columbia [River] is beautiful. I can’t think of a better place to run a baseball tournament!”
–Dax Anderson, Triple Crown Sports
Pasco Sporting Complex
Pasco Sporting Complex sits on 19 acres and has six softball fields, two sand volleyball courts, batting cages and an aquatic playground. The softball outfield fence distances include five fields at 325 feet and one field at 225 feet—all of which can be adjusted down to 180 feet with sport fencing. The complex has been the headquarters for major tournaments such as Amateur Softball Association Western Nationals, National Softball Association and Triple Crown Sports. Adjoining the complex is one of the finest youth soccer facilities in the Northwest, Tri-Cities Youth Soccer Association Soccer Complex, which includes 15 full-size soccer fields on 45 acres.
Southridge Sports & Events Complex
Southridge Sports & Events Complex is a 52-acre multisports facility in Kennewick featuring four lighted softball and baseball fields with overlays for soccer and lacrosse, two multiuse sports fields, concessions, a playground, an aquatic playground, Gesa Carousel of Dreams, a walking path, a gazebo and World Trade Center Memorial. The complex houses a 30,000-sq.-ft. indoor sports pavilion that hosts sports activities and events such as basketball, volleyball, futsal, pole vaulting, antique shows, bazaars, fundraising dinners and much more.
Columbia Playfield in Richland is a 28-acre complex with four softball fields that host college-, regional- and state-level tournaments annually. A fifth field is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2016. The complex has permanent outfield fencing at fast-pitch softball distances on all fields. The facility features a playground, misting stations between fields, electronic scoreboards, 10 RV parking slots and concessions. It is located next to the public swimming pool and Richland High School.