COVID-19 update (5-2-2020):
Lake Wenatchee State Park will reopen May 5th with limited services. Day-use areas will open. Limited restroom and garbage service will be available in Day-use areas. Camping and day-use showers will remain closed. Park offices will also remain closed. Visit agency website for more information at https://parks.state.wa.us/.
Passes can be purchased at self-serve pay stations in the North and South Park. The South Park Beach parking lot has a self-serve pay station that accepts credit cards or debit cards. The annual Discover Pass can also be purchased at the South Park Beach lot pay station with a credit or debit card. Discover Passes can also be purchased online at https://store.discoverpass.wa.gov/. The Annual Natural Investment Permit can be purchased online at https://parks.state.wa.us/.
Hike along the Wenatchee River, ride a horse or try stand up paddling. Settle into your camp chair and soak your feet in an alpine lake. Kick back with a book, teach the kids to swim – or do it all – at Lake Wenatchee State Park
Parking on weekends fills up frequently– plan your trip accordingly! We suggest carpooling when possible, and arriving earlier in the day. Note signs posted on SR 207 indicating parking lots full, and be prepared to park your vehicle outside of the park.
PICNIC & DAY-USE FACILITIES
The park offers two kitchen shelters without electricity, plus 54 unsheltered picnic tables. Picnic tables are available first come, first served.
One kitchen shelter is reservable and accommodates 20 to 50 people and includes six picnic tables and four cooking grills. Water, fire pits and restrooms are nearby.
The second kitchen shelter is available first come, first served. It accommodates eight to 12 people and includes one picnic table, a fireplace and two cooking grills.
|8 miles of hiking trails||7 miles of biking trails|
WATER ACTIVITIES & FEATURES
|16 feet of dock||Sailboarding|
|Personal watercraft use (rentals available in park)|
OTHER ACTIVITIES & FEATURES
|Amphitheater||Horseback riding (Icicle Outfitters)|
|Beach exploration||Mountain biking|
|Bird Watching||Volleyball field|
|Fire circles||Wildlife viewing|
During summer months, both Junior Ranger programs and various evening programs are held. See park bulletin boards for information on schedules and updates.
The park has 155 standard campsites, 42 partial-hookup sites, one dump station, seven restrooms and 16 showers. In addition, the park provides two ADA campsites. Call (509) 763-3101 for more information.
The south campground (sites 1 – 100) has parking pads 30 to 40 feet in length, with only two pull-through sites. Larger RVs and fifth-wheelers should use the north campground (sites 101 – 197) which includes 42 large pull-through utility sites. Maximum tents allowed are one family tent or up to two 2-3 man tents. Maximum vehicles allowed are two per site, additional vehicles may park in overflow areas.
Check-in time is 2:30 p.m.
Check-out time is 1 p.m.
The park offers a group camp that accommodates 20 to 80 people. Only tent camping is allowed in the group camp. Fees vary with size of the group.
RESERVATIONS & FEES
SERVICES & SUPPLIES
A park concession offers firewood, propane and white gas, plus an assortment of camping goods, food, and snacks. A horse concession provides one and two-hour guided rides. No public stables are available. Collection of firewood within the park is prohibited. Firewood is available for purchase in the park and at local retailers.