With 17 parks and 15 miles of pathways, Pullman is a city where residents can indulge in many recreational opportunities. Best known as home to Washington State University and its Pac-12 sporting events, residents in this college community have a median age of less than 23 years old. Amenities include Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport along with Pullman Regional Hospital, and the city has a strong agricultural industry and hosts a popular annual National Lentil Festival.
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