Burn Ban - Level 1

Fires allowed in all designated fire pits and grills. Propane and gas grills allowed.

General

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During the winter season, we offer winter snow camping in a designated area of our South Park Day Use Parking Lot. RV utility hookups are not available. All exterior water has been turned off. This area has firepits, picnic tables, a heated restroom, showers, potable water, and 2 covered shelters with wood stoves nearby. Winter camping is $20 per night and requires a valid Sno-Park Permit ($25 per day or $120 seasonal). Please self-pay with cash or check and deposit in the pay station next to the bulletin board at the entrance to the campground. There is also a credit card pay station across from the Bathhouse.  The Camp Store will be open on the weekends January and February.    

Please continue to check the Alerts or call the Park (509) 763-3101.

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Lake Wenatchee State Park, Welcome Sign
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Lake Wenatchee State Park, Lake, North River, Winter
Lake Wenatchee State Park, Lake, South River

Lake Wenatchee State Park

21588 Lake Wenatchee Hwy, Leavenworth, WA 98826

Lake Wenatchee is a Northwest icon with a clear blue lake surrounded by mountains and open year-round.

Rules

  • Dogs Allowed on Leash
  • Fires Allowed in Designated Areas

As the park is in bear country, coolers must be stowed away. 

Each winter season, from December 1 through March 31, Lake Wenatchee becomes a Sno-Park and Sno-Park permits are required. Discover Passes are not valid during this time. More information about winter recreation at Lake Wenatchee can be found on the Lake Wenatchee Sno-Park page. Sno-Park permits can be purchased online or at the park office.

Activities

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Beach Exploration

First Day Hike Events

Winter Camping

Biking

Bird Watching

Boating

Camping

Fishing

Geocaching

Hiking, Walking, Rolling and Running

Horseback Riding

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Kayaking

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Paddleboarding

Swimming

Winter Activities

Amenities

Accessible Campsites

Automated Pay Station

Accessible Restrooms

ADA Buildings

Drinking Water

Fire Pit

Park Ranger Station

Restrooms

Showers

Trash Service

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Firewood

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ADA Boat Launch

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Boat Ramp

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Dock

Grill

Groceries

Kitchen Shelter

Picnic Shelters

Picnic Tables

Sink

Accessible Parking

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Trailer Dump

Horseshoe Pits

Playgrounds

Volleyball

Amphitheater

Concessions

Interpretive Opportunities

Sno-Park

Bike Trails

Hiking Trails

Park features

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Creek

Forest

Freshwater

Island

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Lake

Mountain View

River

Rocky Beach

Sandy Beach

Seasonal Wildflowers

Viewpoint

Wildlife Viewing

Rules

  • Dogs Allowed on Leash
  • Fires Allowed in Designated Areas

As the park is in bear country, coolers must be stowed away. 

Each winter season, from December 1 through March 31, Lake Wenatchee becomes a Sno-Park and Sno-Park permits are required. Discover Passes are not valid during this time. More information about winter recreation at Lake Wenatchee can be found on the Lake Wenatchee Sno-Park page. Sno-Park permits can be purchased online or at the park office.

Map & visitor guide

47.810127258301, -120.7236251831

Lake Wenatchee State Park is a waterfront park on the 5-mile-long, glacier-fed Lake Wenatchee and Wenatchee River. Located near the Bavarian theme town of Leavenworth, the park is a natural wildlife area so visitors should be aware of the presence of bears and other natural dangers.

Winter recreation

During winter, enjoy groomed cross-country and skate ski trails, a groomed sled hill and marked snowshoe trails. Winter camping with heated restrooms and showers is also available. Click here to watch a YouTube video about winter sports in the park. 

To view the current grooming report and additional Sno-Park information, visit the Lake Wenatchee Sno-Park page

Camping

Camp in a standard or partial hookup site, including pull-through sites. A tent only group camp is also available. 

Concessions

Icicle Outfitters

For a quiet adventure and some of the most beautiful scenery in the Cascade Mountains, take a horse ride with Icicle Outfitters. Tours range from a few hours to a full day. For additional information and reservations, visit Icicle Outfitters' website.

Lake Wenatchee Adventures

Rent a kayak and standup paddleboard from Lake Wenatchee Adventures. Open daily from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day, they are located near the swim beach next to the Camp Store. Click here for rentals and pricing (PDF, 2.4MB).

Lake Wenatchee Park Store

Stop by the Lake Wenatchee Park Store for prepared foods, snacks, beverages, ice cream, espresso, camping supplies, firewood, ice and other camping necessities. The store is open daily 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day. In addition, the store is open on many weekends throughout the fall, winter, and spring. Snowshoe rentals now available in winter. Click here to view Lake Wenatchee Park Store's Instagram.

Park camera

The park has a live camera at the swim beach. Click here for a lake view.