Wenatchee Confluence State Park
Wenatchee Confluence State Park is right inside Wenatchee with quick access to amenities if you need them. The park offers year-round camping. The park is at the confluence of the Wenatchee and Columbia rivers and is subject to flooding, as is the case in some of these pictures. Much of the park consists of a wetland and natural area (Horan) with muskrats and beavers. The rest of Wenatchee Confluence State Park is full of grassy areas, sports fields, kids play area, a swimming beach, a boat launch and walking access to the Horan Natural Area. A pedestrian bridge crosses the Wenatchee River. The park offers three interpretive kiosks and the interpretive trails in the Horan Natural Area.
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From U.S. Hwy. 2 the park is about 1.3 miles off the highway. Take U.S. Hwy. 2 east, and look for park signs as you enter Wenatchee. Take Easy St. exit, and head south. Turn left at first traffic light on Penny Rd., then turn right onto Chester Kimm St. Continue to T-intersection, and turn left onto Old Station Rd. Continue past railroad tracks. Park is on the right.
From Interstate 90 drive north on SR 28 through East Wenatchee. At stoplight at intersection of SR 28 and U.S. Hwy. 2, turn left. Move to right lane and cross Columbia River. Exit to the right immediately after crossing river and come to stop sign. Turn left and travel about 1/4 mile and turn left onto Old Station Rd. and follow roadway to the park.