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Entiat City Park and Campground

Campground Description:   Entiat City Park and Campground is owned and operated by the City of Entiat.  As of May, 2015, Entiat City Park and Campground is the newest campground on the upper Columbia River,  The landscaping is world class with acres of lawn, shrubbery, trees and flower plantings.  There aren't enough words to describe the beauty of this park and campground.  In addition to new restroom facilities, Entiat City Park and Campground offers 2 new picnic shelters, playground equipment and a modern marina.  Limited restaurant dining and shopping is available in town in Entiat.  More complete shopping and services are available roughly 17 miles south in East Wenatchee or in Wenatchee.  Open year round however, during the winter months no water is available and the number of campsites will be limited.  Reservations are strongly recommended.

Number of Sites:  31 RV camping sites and 26 tent camping sites

Electricity:  at 31 RV camping sites

Water:  at 31 RV camping sites and scattered among the tent camping sites

Sewer:  at 31 RV camping sites

Waste Water Dump Station:  Yes

Directions:  From Wenatchee or East Wenatchee - drive 15.5 miles north on Highway 97 alt. (not Hwy 97) towards Chelan. Entiat City Park and Campground are on the east side of Highway 97 alt

Fishing:  Entiat City Park and Campground offers world class salmon fishing (in season) as well as other common species.  Within Entiat City Park and Campground is a marina offering a 2 lane boat launch and an immense trailer parking area.  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 boat parking lot may offer the best shielding from the headlights on Highway 97.  The exact location for computerized telescopes is 47.66718 N, 119.21950 W

Nearby Golfing: 

Lake Chelan Golf Course
PO Box 1669
135 E Johnson
Chelan, WA 98816
Lake Chelan Golf Course

Contact Information: 

City of Entiat Park and Recreation Department
PO Box 228
Entiat, WA 98822
509-784-1500
Entiat City Park and Campground

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The sign at the entrance to Entiat City Park and Campground

A detailed map of all of the facilities at Entiat City Park and Campground

Entiat City Park and Campground celebrates its Native American heritage and Chief Chilcosahaskt

The landscaping at Entiat City Park and Campground is beautiful

The restroom facilities at Entiat City Park and Campground offer flush toilets and hot showers

One of several tent camping sites at Entiat City Park and Campground

The tent camping sites at Entiat City Park and Campground are well separated

More of the tent camping sites and landscaping at Entiat City Park and Campground

One of the very long RV camping sites at Entiat City Park and Campground

All of the RV camping sites at Entiat City Park and Campground are back-in only

Every RV camping site at Entiat City Park and Campground offers water, electricity and waste water hook-ups

A fully paved trail extends for the length of Entiat City Park and Campground

One of 2 picnic pavilions that are available at Entiat City Park and Campground

The day use area at Entiat City Park and Campground offers picnic tables and views of the Columbia River

A boat dock (not launch) is located adjacent to the middle of the campground at Entiat City Park and Campground

The day use area at Entiat City Park and Campground offers playground equipment

Another beautiful day on the Columbia River at Entiat City Park and Campground


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