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Your guide to camping in Wenatchee, WA

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The great outdoors has never been so inviting as when you’re in Wenatchee, WA. There are top campsites where you can build beautiful memories while you gather round and feel the wind, gaze at the stars, sit by a bonfire, share stories, and drink a hot beverage.

Here’s a list of the best.

  • Wenatchee Confluence State Park
  • Enjoy year-round camping in this almost 200-acre park where the Columbia and Wenatchee rivers merge.  This natural wetland and leisure spot boasts roomy utility areas, tent spaces, showers, toilets, entry points to many hiking trails, picnic tables, braziers, and kitchen shelter with barbecue. Play tennis, volleyball, soccer, softball, and basketball in designated courts.  This manicured park also offers swimming, freshwater fishing and boating.

  • Beehive Spring Campground
  • This primitive campsite near Wenatchee Confluence State Park and the Beehive Water Reservoir capitalizes on the surrounding wilderness.  Many things keep you occupied besides camping. Hike, play golf, fish, swim, and go whitewater paddling while enjoying the breeze at an elevation of 4,193 feet.

  • Lincoln Rock State Park
  • This small park is big on amenities and fun. Located along the Columbia River, it features partial and full hookup sites for RVs, tent camp areas, cabins, a 50-capacity campsite, boat ramps, fishing, waterskiing and geocaching opportunities, a children’s playground, and biking and hiking trails. You can play basketball, tennis, volleyball, baseball and soccer in separate courts. Campers will be happy to find cabins, restrooms, showers, and a picnic site.  The facial profile of Abraham Lincoln is visible on a rock.

  • Wenatchee River County Park
  • This no-smoking RV campground has well-kept grass areas; complete hookups with water, power, and sewer facilities; a picnic table, fire-ring, parking spots; sandy volleyball court; outdoor ping-pong; a basketball hoop; biking area; and laundry amenities. You can bring your dog along and Wi-Fi is free. Tent camping is prohibited.

  • Blu-Shastin Camping and RV Park
  • This 13-acre hideaway is nestled in the fir and pine forests of Washington’s Cascade Mountains.Mount Stuart towers over it and Peshastin Creek flows along its boundaries. This campsite has 86 spacious areas for RVs, spots for tent camping, toilets, showers, a pool, laundry area, children’s playground, volleyball court, firewood, free Wi-Fi, meeting/recreation area, and fishing opportunities. Privacy is a premium.  Outdoor-loving retirees, families, and vacationers seek sanctuary here.

  • Swauk Campground
  • Located in the Western Larches and Ponderosa Pines woodland, this amazing campsite has 21 areas for pitching tents and RVs. Single and double campsites have tons of amenities: 22 picnic areas, restrooms, potable water, and toilets.

  • Crescent Bar RV Resort
  • This campsite is for those who want to stay where stunning views of Columbia River near Wenatchee greet them when they rise. This is the place to find rest, recreation, and luxury south of Wenatchee. Cottages and cabins for rent and spacious RV sites beckon. Amenities include a recreation room, pool, spa, hot tub, showers, laundry area, children’s playground, basketball court, and free Wi-Fi. The beautiful vineyard town of Quincy is 10 miles to the east.

If you can’t wait to check out the best campsites near Wenatchee, WA, you might want to consider buying a vacation home or relocating here permanently.  We at Coldwell Banker Cascade Real Estate can help you find the kind of home you want. We have operated in Leavenworth and Wenatchee, WA for more than 40 years. Call us today at 509.888.8887 or connect with us here to get started.