Entiat River Washington Fishing, Camping, Boating

Leavenworth Washington
> Lakes Rivers Falls
> Entiat River

Entiat River

The meadows and valleys surrounding Entiat River Washington offer plenty of hiking along with fly fishing and kayaking. Read More

  • Enjoy exciting kayaking or rafting down the Entiat River 
  • The icy glacier water of Entiat River provides great fishing 
  • Explore the Entiat Valley and all of the natural beauty it has to offer

What can I see and do at the Entiat River?

The Entiat River flows from the Entiat Glacier into the Entiat Meadows and creates the Entiat Valley. From there, the river continues on until it joins the Columbia River. 

  • Rafting/Kayaking: Some of the best kayaking can be found in the three mile stretch beginning at Tommy Creek Trailhead in Upper Entiat. These rapids are normally classified as class IV so be sure to have a guide or be well-versed in the kayaking before heading out to test your skill. 
  • Fly Fishing: The best fly-fishing can be found above the Entiat Falls or at the North Fork of the Entiat River. 
  • Hiking: The Entiat Valley is a beautiful area for hiking and exploring. You can hike the Entiat River Loop for a longer backpacking trip or explore one of the many Entiat Meadows and Ice Lakes.

Where is the Entiat River and Falls?

The Entiat River WA can be accessed off of Highway 97A, just north of Wenatchee. Follow the Entiat Valley Road through Entiat, pass Silver Falls Campground and look for signs for Entiat Falls.

Who can I call if I have more questions?

The City of Entiat can be reached at (509) 784-1500.