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American Legion Park - an Okanogan City Park
Campground Description: American Legion Park is owned and operated by the city of Okanogan. American Legion Park is set up to be especially accommodating to tent camping, but offers a gravel lot adjoining the grass for RVs. Anything larger than an 20 foot long trailer won't fit within the designated camping area. Grocery and hardware stores are in the city of Okanogan. Open April 15 through October 15. Reservations are not possible.Okanogan County Golf Club
Number of Sites: Unmarked but as many as 40 tents or small RVs could fit.
Waste Water Dump Station: No
Directions: Northbound from East Wenatchee - Follow State Highway 97 north for 90.5 miles to Okanogan. American Legion Park Okanogan is located in town between the Highway and the Okanogan River.
Fishing: Good fishing opportunities both warm water and cold water species throughout Okanogan County. Detailed information can be found at: Okanogan County Fishing
Astronomy Opportunities: Not good. The American Legion Park in Okanogan is on the main highway with constant interruptions caused by vehicular traffic.
Nearby Golfing:Okanogan County Golf Club 105 Dankar Cutoff Road Omak, WA 98841 PO Box 1896 509-826-6937
Contact Information:American Legion Park Okanogan Second Ave Okanogan, WA 98840 509-422-3600 American Legion Park Okanogan
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The sign at the entrance to American Legion Park in Okanogan
American Legion Park in Okanogan offers flush toilets and hot showers
American Legion Park in Okanogan offers lots of lush lawn for tent camping
The tent camping area at American Legion Park Okanogan is boarded by the parking area
Many, but not all of the campsites at American Legion Park Okanogan offer picnic tables but no fire pits
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