Visit Wenatchee Washington: Vacations, Hotels, Information

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Visit one of Wenatchee’s historical centers to learn Wenatchee Washington information about their agricultural history before you embark on a quest to find the best apple in this Apple Capital of the World.

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River Recreation

The absolute best Whitewater river rafting Washington state has to offer. River Recreation is THE Washington state White water professionals with only the best guides.

Apple Country Inn

Enjoy the quiet B and B with owners who will do everything they can to help make your stay perfect.

Avenue Motel

A nice motel located close to all of the activities that Wenatchee has to offer.

Inn at the River

Located on the Columbia River, this inn prides itself on clean rooms offered to you at economical rates.

Mission Ridge Ski Resort

One of the best ski and snowboarding areas in Leavenworth plus a lounge for relaxing and ski rentals to keep you going.

Ohme Gardens

Enjoy the absolutely breathtaking views, walking trails, old trees, and tranquil pools at this quiet nature preserve.

Swakane Winery

A family owned boutique winery overlooking the Columbia river that is dedicated to creating delicious, small lots of a variety of wines.

Why should I visit Wenatchee?

Wenatchee WA holds the unique title of Apple Capital of the world. Explore this quaint little town, pick up fresh apples, and enjoy its location nestled in the Cascade Valley.

Where is Wenatchee?

A little more than 20 miles from Leavenworth, Wenatchee Washington can be reached by taking US 2 east until it meets up with US 97. Take US 97 east until you reach Wenatchee.

What sort of Services and Amenities does Wenatchee offer?

Wenatchee’s lodging and dining services include several national hotel chains and a combination of national and local restaurants.

What can I do or see in Wenatchee?

Part of downtown Wenatchee has been preserved as a Historic District to maintain the cultural history of the town. Explore this area, the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center, and one of the small parks and picnic areas around town to appreciate Wenatchee’s agricultural history.