Wenatchee Confluence State Park in Washington

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Wenatchee Confluence State Park

Where the Wenatchee River joins the Columbia River is this beautiful Wenatchee Confluence park where you can enjoy camping, walking, boating, sunning, or a relaxing afternoon in easy-to-access nature. Read More

What can I see and do at Wenatchee Confluence State Park? 

  • Camping: Wenatchee Confluence State Park is a 197 acre camping park that is open year round for your enjoyment. The northern half of park is more urban and recreational while the southern half is a natural wetland. Enjoy access to 8 tent spots, 51 utility spots, 1 dump station, 6 restrooms, 16 showers, grills, campfire pits, and group camping areas that can hold 20-300 people. 
  • Boat Launch: Enjoy summer boat activities on the lake such as tubing, swimming, fishing, and boating sports. 
  • Walking: Walk to the Horan Natural Area for easy to moderate hiking and walking trails. You can see wildlife, wildflowers, and beautiful scenery that surround the Wenatchee Confluence State Park Washington area.

Where is Wenatchee Confluence State Park?

To access the park, go northeast on US 2 E and take a left onto Easy Street.

When is Wenatchee Confluence State Park open?

The Wenatchee Confluence State Park WA is open from 6:30am-dusk year round.

How much does visiting Wenatchee Confluence State Park cost?

Camping at the park varies depending on your spot and camping needs. However, to visit the park for the day or for an extended period of time 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 (360) 902-8844.