- After a brisk walk in the 97 acres of natural area, jump into the refreshing water of the combined Wenatchee and Columbia Rivers
- Work on your back hand serve at the tennis courts or expand into a new sport at the soccer and baseball fields
- Let your kids get rid of some of their energy at the playground
What can I see and do at the Horan National Area?
The Horan National Area is part of the Wenatchee Confluence State Park, which is open year round for camping.
Horan Natural Area is home to 97 acres of natural environment with walking trails winding in and out for you to explore. Take the Apple Capital Trail to get to the Horan Natural Area.
There is a lake open during the summertime for swimming.
At the Confluence State Park you can access baseball and soccer fields as well as volleyball and tennis courts.
- Day Trips
Enjoy the playground, picnic area, and boat launches for a quick day trip.
Where is the Horan National Area?
The Horan National Area Washington is located within the Wenatchee Confluence State Park. Take US-2 East towards Wenatchee to get to the Wenatchee Confluence Park and the Horan Natural Area.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
For more information call 509-888-6200.