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CAMPGROUND NAME: Black Pine Horse Camp
DIRECTIONS: In Leavenworth, WA, at the intersection of US Rt. 2 and Icicle Rd. (Leavenworth Nat'l Fish Hatchery), take Icicle Rd. south 18 miles to campground on left.
NOTE: After 12.5 miles, Icicle Rd becomes Forest Rt. 76; it is a dirt, single-lane road with washboard surface.
GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 2,800 ft.

CAMPGROUND NAME: Chiwawa Horse Camp
RESERVATIONS: No
DIRECTIONS: From Leavenworth, WA, take U.S. Rt. 2 west 14.1 miles to Recreation Area /State Route 207 signs. Turn right at signs onto State Rt. 207 north and go 4.3 miles to a "Y" intersection. Bear right onto Chiwawa Loop Rd (Forest Rt. 62) and go 1.2 miles to Chiwawa River Rd. Turn left and go 14.8 miles to campground on right.
NOTE: Forest Rt. 62 becomes Forest Rt. 6200, single-lane and then gravel at 10.9 miles.
GENERAL COMMENTS: Elevation is 2,500 ft.

CAMPGROUND NAME: Eightmile
RESERVATIONS: No
DIRECTIONS: In Leavenworth, WA, at the intersection of US Rt. 2 and Icicle Rd. (Leavenworth Nat'l Fish Hatchery), take Icicle Rd. south 7 miles to campground on left.
GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 1,900 ft.
The campground has two unnamed loops. One loop is on a slight incline above Icicle Creek while the other stretches beside the Creek. Douglas fir, Wenatchee pine, and Big Leaf maple offer some shade. It is separation between sites, not vegetation, that provides good privacy. The campground has lots of room for children to ride bikes and play. This is bear country; practise safe food storage techniques.
SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No

CAMPGROUND NAME: Glacier View
RESERVATIONS: No
DIRECTIONS: From Leavenworth, WA take US Rt. 2 west 14.1 miles to Recreation Area/State Rt. 207 signs. Turn right at sign onto Rt. 207 North and go 3.5 miles to campground sign. Turn left onto Cedar Brae Rd and go 0.3 miles to campground sign. Turn left at sign and go 3.4 miles to Forest Rt. 6607. Continue straight onto Rt. 6607 (gravel) and go 1.2 miles into campground.
GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 1,900 ft.
On the southern shore of Lake Wenatchee, this tent only campground has two sections. One section is a loop with terraced sites above the lakeshore. The other section stretches along the shoreline through a stand of cedar and maple. Parking for these sites is on parallel slots along the interior road with access to campsite down a steep hill. Every site has a view of the lake and mountains across the lake with easy access to the water. Firewood is available for a fee.
SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No

CAMPGROUND NAME: Goose Creek
RESERVATIONS: No
DIRECTIONS: From Leavenworth, WA, take U.S. Rt. 2 west 14.1 miles to Recreation Area /State Rt. 207 signs. Turn right at signs onto Rt. 207 North and go 4.3 miles to a "Y" intersection. Bear right onto Chiwawa Loop Rd. and go 1.2 miles to Chiwawa River Rd. Turn left and go 3.2 miles to Goose Creek CG sign. Turn right at sign and go right again onto Forest Rt. 6100 (gravel) and go 0.6 miles to campground on right.
GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 2,200 ft.
The campground was designed for and is used by single-track OHV vehicle (dirt bike) enthusiasts. This rustic campground has two unnamed sections in the middle of a 150-mile trail system. The larger section offers ample shade, good privacy, and easy access to trails. The small section has some shade, minimal privacy, and sites along the Chiwawa River. A pleasant mix of trees from willow to White pine provide the shade. Fern, Thimbleberry, and other shrubs help keep dust under some control.
SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No

CAMPGROUND NAME: Ida Creek
RESERVATIONS: No
DIRECTIONS: In Leavenworth, WA, at intersection of US Rt. 2 and Icicle Rd (Leavenworth Nat'l Fish Hatchery), take Icicle Rd. south 13.2 miles to campground on left.
NOTE: After 12.5 miles, Icicle Rd. becomes Forest Rt. 76, dirt, single-lane road with washboard surface.
GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 2,600 ft.
This sunny little campground stretches along the icy cold Icicle Creek. Most sites are on the creek's banks but a couple are tucked back in the trees and away from the water. Douglas fir and cedar offer some shade while young maples provide limited privacy. Firewood is available for a fee. This is bear country; practise safe food storage techniques.
SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No

CAMPGROUND NAME: Johnny Creek
RESERVATIONS: No
DIRECTIONS: In Leavenworth, WA, at intersection of US Rt. 2 and Icicle Rd (Leavenworth Nat'l Fish Hatchery), take Icicle Rd. south 11.3 miles to campground sign. Turn left into Lower section or right into Upper section.
GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 2,500 ft.
The campground has two sections - Upper and Lower. The Lower section is smaller with campground's only pull-through sites and along Icicle Creek. The Upper section is sunnier, has twooverlapping loops and most of the walk-in tent sites. Conifers, mostly Douglas fir, provide shade. It is the separation between sites rather than vegetation providing some privacy. IcicleCreek can be heard only in the Lower section. Firewood is available for a fee. This is bear country; practise safe food storage techniques.
SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No

CAMPGROUND NAME: Nason Creek
RESERVATIONS: No
DIRECTIONS:
From Leavenworth, WA, take US Rt. 2 west 14.1 miles to Recreation Area/State Route 207 signs. Turn right at signs onto State Rt. 207 North and go 3.5 miles to campground sign.
GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 1,900 ft.
The campground has two sections leading to Lake Wenatchee State Park's south entrance. The first section has a loop and spur; the loop winds through a stand of Douglas fir while the spur stretches along Nason Creek. The second section is sunny with large pull-throughs along Nason Creek. The third section has two loops, is the least RV-friendly, and has a rustic feel. This section has the most shade while the other sections are more open and sunnier. Vegetation is limited so privacy between sites is poor to fair.
SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No

CAMPGROUND NAME: Phelps Creek
RESERVATIONS: No
DIRECTIONS: From Leavenworth, WA, take US Rt. 2 west 14.1 miles to Recreation Area /State Rt. 207 signs. Turn right at signs onto State Rt. 207 north and go 4.3 miles to a "Y" intersection. Bear right onto Chiwawa Loop Rd. ( Forest Rt. 62) and go 1.2 miles to Chiwawa River Rd. Turn left and go 22.4 miles to campground on left.
NOTE: Forest Rt. 62 becomes Forest Rt. 6200, single-lane and then gravel at 10.9 miles.
GENERAL COMMENTS:
The elevation is 2,800 ft.
The campground, located on the Chiwawa River, has two sections. One section is for campers with horses and the other is for non-horse campers. The equestrian section includes hi-line and larger parking aprons. However no water for either stock or humans is available in the campground. The campground, with its wilderness feel, is great for equestrian and hikers wanting to experience the Glacier Peak Wilderness. This pack-it-in, pack-it-out campground is remote and rustic. Horse trailers should be sturdy for the trip.
SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No

CAMPGROUND NAME: Rock Island
RESERVATIONS: No
DIRECTIONS: In Leavenworth, WA, at intersection of US Rt. 2 and Icicle Rd (Leavenworth Nat'l Fish Hatchery), take Icicle Rd. south 16.4 miles to campground on both sides of the Icicle Creek and across the bridge.
NOTE: Icicle Rd. becomes Forest Rt. 76, a dirt, single-lane road with a washboard surface after 12.5 miles.
GENERAL COMMENTS:
The elevation is 2,800 ft.
This campground has five unnamed multiple site sections along Icicle Creek. Two sections are on one side of the creek and the remaining three sections are located on the opposite bank. The campground has the feel of several developed dispersed areas. The sections have limited to no turn around, making them a challenge for some RVers. Recommend walking sections before driving RV into any section. The sound of Icicle Creek, which is more river than creek most of the season, can be heard throughout campground. Understory and middlestory are limited so privacy is minimal to fair. Conifers, including Douglas fir, provide some shade. There is a swimming hole located behind one of the campground's original campsites. This is bear country; practise safe food storage techniques.
SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No

CAMPGROUND NAME: Tumwater
RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation
DIRECTIONS: From Leavenworth, WA, take US Rt. 2 west 8.5 miles to campground on left.
GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 1,700 ft.
The campground is located where the Chiwaukum Creek meets the Wenatchee River and has six overlapping loops and a spur. There are sites along the creek and river and they fill up before non-waterfront sites. The campsites on waterfront are sunnier than non-waterfront sites. A pleasant variety of vegetation from China pine to cedar, maple to alder, and lots of berry bushes provide excellent privacy between sites. The moist riparian environment encourages dense vegetation and mosquitoes - bring spray. Traffic noise can be distracting but the sounds of flowing water do mask it. Since fishing is no longer permitted, this large, pleasant campground is rarely full. Campground is a good base camp for experiencing all nearby Leavenworth has to offer and is a take-out point for whitewater enthusiasts - Do Not try Wenatchee River below campground. A basketball court is available near host sites. Firewood is available for a fee. This is bear country; practise safe food storage technique.
SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No

 

 


Lake Wenatchee State Park

From Leavenworth, take westbound Highway 2 to the junction of SR 207 at Coles Corner. Then follow SR 207 north to the lake.

 

Wenatchee River Ranger District - Leavenworth office
600 Sherbourne Leavenworth, WA 98826
(509) 548-2550    (509) 548-4067 (Voice/TTY)

Wenatchee River Ranger District - Lake Wenatchee office

phone (509) 763-3103 (VOICE/TTY)
22976 Hwy. 207, 9 miles north of the Coles Corner junction with State Hwy 2.
CLOSED IN THE WINTER

 

 

CAMPGROUNDS IN THE WINTER

Please note that almost all campgrounds in and around the Leavenworth area are closed during the winter months. This includes the campgrounds in the Wenatchee, Lake Wenatchee and Chelan areas.

 

 

 

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