The campsite reservation season is over, but camping is still available on a first-come, first-serve basis at Lake Wenatchee State Park. At least 21 electric utility sites and non-utility sites are available in the north campground through the end of October. The lower loop of the south campground is also open through the end of October. Park staff is working on winterizing facilities. Exterior water will be shut off for the winter very soon, depending on night time temperatures, but potable water is available in the campground restrooms, bathhouse, and park shop. Non-utility and tent camping is available in the park year-round.
To make a reservation for next summer, go to www.parks.wa.gov. You may also call 1-888 CAMPOUT (1-888-226-7688).
Day visitors are required to display a Discover Pass on their vehicles to access all State Parks, Dept of Fish and Wildlife, and DNR lands. Overnight visitors to the State Park are exempt from this pass during their registered stay. $10 self-serve day passes are available in the park. $30 annual passes are available for purchase from park rangers, on-line, by phone, and at local vendors throughout the state. For more information, please visit www.discoverpass.wa.gov or call 1-866-320-9933.
Now is a great time to visit your state park- the fall colors are out and the big crowds have left for the season. Many people feel that this is the best time to be here. Our park staff invites you to camp, go for a hike, or just enjoy a quiet picnic on the beach.
For additional information about Lake Wenatchee State Park, please call the park office at 509-763-3101 or call 1-360-902-8844 for general state parks information.