Walla Walla sits in the southeast corner of Washington state, not far from the confluence of the Columbia and Snake rivers. It has a population of just over 31,000 and is the regional hub for 100,000 people in southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon. Additional information is available through the Walla Walla Chamber of Commerce and Welcome To Walla Walla.
We are home to outstanding public and private schools from primary through graduate level.
- Walla Walla Public Schools
- Walla Walla Catholic Schools
- Roger's Adventist School (in neighboring College Place)
- Walla Walla Valley Academy (in neighboring College Place)
- St. Basil Academy of Classical Studies
The surrounding area offers a variety of outdoor opportunities, including biking (mountain, road and motorized), wind sports (board sailing), camping, fishing, hiking, hunting, kayaking (flat and white water), mountain climbing, rafting and skiing (downhill, cross-country and backcountry). Here are some beautiful photographs from our region.
- Bennington Reservoir (walking, jogging, bike riding)
- Foothills of the Blue Mountains (walking, hiking, mountain biking)
- Road biking in the valley
- Blue Mountains
- Snake and Columbia Rivers
- Eagle Cap Wilderness (NE Oregon)
- The Columbia River Gorge
- East slopes of the Cascade mountains including: Gifford-Pinchot and Mt. Hood national forests