- With an average snowfall of 150 inches per year, pull out your winter gear and get ready to explore the groomed hills within the park
- Cover more park ground when you rent a horse from the state park and explore the 5 miles of equestrian trails
What can I see and do at Lake Wenatchee State Park?
- Camping: Most of the camping in Lake Wenatchee State Park is in the south part, which is slightly more developed and prepared to handle visitors than the north. There are 155 tent spaces, 42 utility sites, 1 dump station, 7 restrooms and 16 showers in the park. Out of these, sites 1-100 are located in the south part of the campground.
- Horseback Riding: Located within Lake Wenatchee State Park Washington is 5 miles of equestrian trails. A concessions area inside the park offers visitors horses for rent for day or overnight pack trips. There are no public stables to house visitor’s horses.
- Winter Activities: Both the north and south sections of the park offer wintertime activities. You can snowshoe, ski, sled, or tube. Enjoy the 5 kilometers of tracks in the north park and the 30 kilometers in the south side.
Where is Lake Wenatchee State Park?
Lake Wenatchee State Park WA is located about 20 miles north of Leavenworth. Take US-2 W to WA-207 North, then a left onto Cedar Brae Road to get to the park.
When is Lake Wenatchee State Park open?
The park itself is open year round for both summer and winter activities. However, camping is only open from June to October.
How much does visiting Lake Wenatchee State Park cost?
To park and stay at Lake Wenatchee State Park you will need a Discovery Pass which costs $10 per day or $30 for an annual pass. Camping in the park also has separate fees depending on season and campsite location.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
For more information please call (509) 663-9911.