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Touchet Valley Golf Course – an unexpected delight

The Touchet Valley Golf Course is a 9-hole public course located on the edge of historic Dayton, Wash. The course was built in 1910 on a dairy farm and today, two holes remain in play in the infield of the Columbia County Fairgrounds.

Their stay-and-play package includes two nights at the enchanting Weinhard Hotel. Enjoy dinner Friday night at Jacob’s Public House, connected to the hotel, with the option to dine on the rooftop garden. Wake up to a complimentary homemade breakfast before heading off to your day of play with golf cart included.

When you are finished, enjoy lunch at the course restaurant, Blazin Burgers.

When you’re done golfing, see a movie at the renovated Liberty Theater, or take time to explore the historic sites and museums nestled around town—the Dayton Historic Depot, the Boldman House Museum, Smith Hollow Country Schoolhouse, Dodge Quarantine cabin as well as one of Lewis and Clark’s campsites at Patit Creek. Or enjoy a relaxing glass of wine at the Dumas Station Winery.

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Dayton is also home to Chief Spring’s Fire & Irons Brew Pub, Locally Nourished, My Dad’s Place, the Weinhard Café to name a few of the delicious food choices you have access to.

Dayton is also located just 30 minutes from Walla Walla and their renowned wineries.

Weekend packages start at $390 per couple with discounted rates during the week. Book now through Aug. 1, 2021. Call the Dayton Chamber of Commerce for reservation information, at 509-382-4825.