Climb a mountain, journey a horse or try stand up paddling. Settle into your camp chair and soak your toes in an alpine lake. Kick back with a book, train the kids to swim – or do it all – at Lake Wenatchee State Park.
Lake Wenatchee is a Northwest icon, a clear blue lake surrounded by mountains. Though its shallow lagoon is ideal for pint-sized swimmers, the 5-mile-long lake is 244 toes deep at its biggest depth and is a famous destination for boaters and windsurfers. Beginning kayakers and standup paddlers can rent boats and boards at the lake and navigate the calmer waters near the shore.
Take a guided trail journey on a gentle horse, or hike thru a highland forest. Bring your bike for the miles of bike trails, or hike up Dirtyface Peak on adjoining Forest Service land, a 9-mile trail boasting 3,950 toes of elevation attain and stupendous views.
Camping is on hand 12 months round at Lake Wenatchee. In winter, trip the challenge of snow tenting with heated restrooms and warming shelters. Enjoy a sled hill, and discover the area's 30-plus miles of cross-country ski and snowshoe trails. Whether you decide on powder or sunshine, Lake Wenatchee offers enough opportunity to strive new things. Not only will you have a blast on vacation, you may come returned with some serious bragging rights.
Lake Wenatchee State Park is a 492-acre tenting park with 12,623 ft of waterfront on glacier-fed Lake Wenatchee and the Wenatchee River. Located sixteen miles from the Bavarian theme town of Leavenworth, the park is a natural wildlife area, and site visitors must be conscious of the presence of bears and different herbal dangers.
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The park gives two kitchen shelters without electricity, plus 54 unsheltered picnic tables. Picnic tables are handy first come, first served.
One kitchen safe haven is reservable and contains 20 to 50 humans and includes six picnic tables and 4 cooking grills. Water, furnace pits and restrooms are nearby.
The second kitchen safe haven is handy first come, first served. It incorporates eight to 12 humans and includes one picnic table, a fireplace and two cooking grills.
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