"Wear the ring for "yes," close the box for "no." - Unknown

You don’t need Valentine’s Day to be ready to propose to someone, just ask anyone in Yakima Valley. The perfect setting for proposing one’s hand in marriage varies by individual taste but some places seem to stick out as the most romantic spot to do it.

We asked some of our local friends for their recommendations on the best Yakima Valley spots to propose to someone but instead, we got a list of the worst possible suggestions. They are funny, though, so we’re sharing them with you.

BUT FIRST, HERE ARE THE FIVE BEST PLACES in Yakima Valley TO PROPOSE TO SOMEONE

1 . Treveri

2 . Lookout Point in Selah

3 . The Arboretum

4 . Cherry Hill in Sunnyside

5 . A Nice Dinner

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AND NOW, DRUM ROLL PLEASE…HERE ARE THE FIVE WORST PLACES TO PROPOSE TO SOMEONE (According to Yakima Valley Locals)

1 . The neighborhood by the Fairgrounds in Yakima, but at night

South Fair Ave in Yakima
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2 . Downtown Yakima on North 1st St

North 1st St in Yakima
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3 . A Roller Derby Game (although there is a case to be made that this should be included on the BEST list!)

Roller Derby in Yakima
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4 . In front of a dinosaur in Granger

Dinosaur Park in Granger
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5 . The Walmart Self-Checkout Lane

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Here are some more terrible suggestions from others:

  1. The Pre-Nup lawyer’s office
  2. The old Sonic Burgers parking lot
  3. Walmart parking lot in Garland. With +positive test in hand - David R.
  4. The County Jail

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