- Rent out the lodge at Squilchuck for weddings and other special ceremonies and give your guests the opportunity to experience the lush wildlife
- Snow or sunshine, Squilchuck is open for biking, hiking, and skiing exploration
- Enjoy group camping with clean restrooms and hot showers after your long day of outdoor activities
What can I see and do at Squilchuck State Park?
- Camping and Lodge: Squilchuck State Park has one group camp area that can accommodate up to 100 people (a minimum of 20) and has men’s and women’s restrooms with one shower each. The Squilchuck Lodge is available for day use and rental only.
- Hiking: Located underneath Mission Ridge, Squilchuck State Park WA has 4 miles of hiking trails that are available for exploration during most of the year. When snow is covering these trails, you can cross-country ski or snowshoe in the area.
- Biking: Explore the 10 miles of bike trails that intertwine through the state park. These trails are not open during the winter months, as they are covered in snow. Please avoid riding bikes through the campground and lodge area for safety reasons.
Where is Squilchuck State Park?
Located at the base of Mission Ridge, Squilchuck State Park Washington is about 32 miles southeast of Leavenworth. Take US 2 east towards US 97 S and continue on to N. Wenatchee Ave. Turn left onto Crawford Street and left on Mission Street until you reach Squilchuck Road.
How much does visiting Squilchuck State Park cost?
To park or stay overnight at Squilchuck you will need a Discovery Pass, costing $10/day or $30 for an annual pass.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
For more information please call (509) 664-6373.