Prosser is a beautiful small town with a big country feel
It is situated in the foothills of the Lower Yakima Valley with the Yakima River flowing through three sides of the town. Prosser has a population of just over 5,500, and the local economy centers around agriculture. Prosser is a tranquil oasis of green with its peaceful river meandering through the velvet hills that cradle Prosser’s tree-lined streets. This clean, attractive town is friendly to all and features old-fashioned light poles and cobbled sidewalks. Prosser has even been dubbed the “Birthplace of the Washington Wine Industry.” Almost 300 sunny days annually lend way to a variety of outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, boating and golf. Prosser is indeed a great place to visit or call home.
Wine Tasting Aquatic Center Biking & Jogging Trails Several Parks RV Park
Historic Downtown Benton County Museum Microbreweries & Distilleries 6th Street Art Gallery Antique Shopping
Farmers Market Agritourism Fishing & Hunting
The Prosser Wine Network is an organization focused on the promotion of Prosser wine within our community and beyond.