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Daroga State Park
Campground Description: Daroga State Park is owned and operated by the State of Washington. Aesthetically, Daroga State Park can't be beat. Perfectly manicured lawns, flower beds and lush shrubbery are the hallmark of this park. The Columbia River at Daroga park offers swimming, boating, fishing and more. The day use area at Daroga State Park is an excellent picnic stop. Grocery shopping is available in East Wenatchee, 18.2 miles south. Reservations are available and suggested during the summer months. Closed October through March.
Number of Sites: 28 RV camping sites and 17 tent camping sites
Electricity: At 28 sites
Water: At 28 sites and scattered throughout the tent camping area
Waste Water Dump Station: Yes
Directions: Northbound from Wenatchee - Follow State Highway 97 north for 18.2 miles to the entrance of Daroga State Park.
Fishing: Good fishing opportunities for Salmon and Steelhead in season. Small mouth bass are an easy catch.
Astronomy Opportunities: Astronomy camping at Daroga State Park is very good from almost any point in the park. The exact location for computerized telescopes is 47.0617° N, 120.19710° WNearby Golfing: Lake Chelan Golf Course PO Box 1669 135 E Johnson Chelan, WA 98816 Lake Chelan Golf Course
Contact Information:Daroga State Park 1 South Daroga Park Lane Orondo, WA 98843 509-884-8702 509-664-6380
Daroga State Park
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The sign at the entrance to Daroga State Park
A map of the RV camping area at Daroga State Park
A map of the tent camping area at Daroga State Park
The restrooms at Daroga State Park offer flush toilets and hot showers
A typical back-in RV casmping site at Daroga State Park
Some of the RV camping sites at Daroga State Park have views of the Columbia River
One of the many pull-through RV camping sites at Daroga State Park
The tent camping sites at Daroga State Park are located on the far island in this photograph
The modern boat launch at Daroga State Park
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