- Board a ferry to Stehekin for a day or longer trip to explore Lake Chelan, the surrounding mountains, and a true mountain town
- Pack in all of your summer water sports gear for a vacation packed with wet fun on Lake Chelan
- Enjoy a quieter atmosphere during the wintertime on Lake Chelan where you can camp, explore, and enjoy the natural beauty
What can I see and do at Lake Chelan State Park?
- Boating: Enjoy the boat ramp and 495 feet of dock at Lake Chelan State Park. You can waterski, sailboard, swim, fish, and boat on the lake to cool down on hot summer days.
- Camping: The year-round camping at Lake Chelan State Park WA includes 109 tent spaces, 35 utility spaces, 1 dump, 5 restrooms, and 5 showers. Because this is an older camp site, it is unable to accommodate RV’s and trailers that are longer than 30 feet.
- Ferry: From this part of Lake Chelan State Park Washington you can take a ferry to Stehekin, a town across the lake in the Lake Chelan National Recreation Area that can only be reached by ferry, foot, or plane. This town is one of the smallest towns in the area and is surrounded by immense natural beauty.
Where is Lake Chelan State Park?
Lake Chelan is about 55 miles northeast of Leavenworth in Chelan. Take US 2 E towards Okanogan/Spokane and take exit US-97 Alt N/Euclid Ave toward Entiat/Chelan.
How much does visiting Lake Chelan State Park cost?
To park or stay in the park, you will need a Discovery Pass which costs $10 per day or $30 for an annual pass.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
For more information please call (509) 687-3710.