Lake Wenatchee State Park is a 492-acre camping park with 12,623 feet of waterfront on glacier-fed Lake Wenatchee and the Wenatchee River. Located 16 miles from the Bavarian theme town of Leavenworth, the park is a natural wildlife area, and visitors should be aware of the presence of bears and other natural dangers.

  • In the summer parking on weekends fills up frequently– plan your trip accordingly! We suggest carpooling when possible, and arriving earlier in the day. Note signs posted on SR 207 indicating parking lots full, and be prepared to park your vehicle outside of the park.
  • The Camp Store is located in the South Park on the main beach- here you can rent paddleboards & kayaks, and order food!

COVID-19 update (9-26-2020): 

At this time the park is open to the public. Masks are required in all public restrooms. Please observe social distancing of 6ft between parties. Park office remains closed.   Visit agency website for more information at https://parks.state.wa.us/.

Passes can be purchased at self-serve pay stations in the North and South Park.   The South Park Beach parking lot has a self-serve pay station that accepts credit cards or debit cards.  The annual Discover Pass can also be purchased at the South Park Beach lot pay station with a credit or debit card.   Discover Passes can also be purchased online at https://store.discoverpass.wa.gov/.  The Annual Natural Investment Permit can be purchased online at https://parks.state.wa.us/.

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Lake Wenatchee State Park Summer Activities

Lake Wenatchee State Park Winter Activities