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Beebe Bridge Park and Campground
Campground Description: Beebe Park and Campground is owned and operated by the Chelan Public Utilities District. Beebe Park and Campground is a jewel along the shores of the Columbia River. Immaculately landscaped, tennis, basketball, horseshoes, fishing, boating, water skiing and totally relaxing are just a few of the ways to describe Beebe Bridge Park and Campground. Full restaurant dining and shopping is available just across the river in Chelan. Open April through October. Reservations are not possible.Lake Chelan Golf Course
Number of Sites: 46
Electricity: at 46 sites
Water: at 46 sites
Sewer: at 46 sites
Waste Water Dump Station: Yes
Directions: From Wenatchee or East Wenatchee - drive 37.1 miles on State Highway 97 (not Hwy 97 alt) towards Chelan. Follow for 37.9 miles to the entrance to Beebe Bridge Park and Campground
Fishing: Beebe Bridge Park and Campground offers world class salmon fishing (in season) as well as other common species. Chelan county is home to dozens of lakes and reservoirs with great fishing opportunities. Detailed information can be found at: Chelan County Fishing Opportunities
Astronomy Opportunities: Telescope camping is excellent from almost anywhere in the campground or park - the tennis courts offer the best nighttime safety. The exact location for computerized telescopes is 47.80842° N, 119.97300° W
Nearby Golfing:Lake Chelan Golf Course PO Box 1669 135 E Johnson Chelan, WA 98816
Contact Information:Chelan County PUD 327 N. Wenatchee Ave. Wenatchee, WA 98801 509-663-8121 888-663-8121 Beebe Bridge Park and Campground
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The sign at the entrance to Beebe Bridge Park and Campground
A map of the facilities at Beebe Bridge Park and Campground
The restrooms at Beebe Bridge Park and Campground offer flush toiletas and hot showers
Beebe Bridge Park and Campground offers tennis, backetball, horshshoes and more
All of the tent camping and RV camping sites at Beebe Bridge Park and Campground are spread over a large landscaped area
The tent camping and RV camping sites at Beebe Bridge Park and Campground will accommodate any length RV
Several of the tent camping and RV camping sites at Bridge Park and Campground are along the Columbia River
Solar or nighttime astronomy telescope camping is terrific at Beebe Bridge Park and Campground
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