Parks and Recreation Parks

Wildlife Area at Wenatchee Confluence State Park

The Horan Natural Area of Wenatchee Confluence State Park features three interpretive kiosks and an interpretive trail.

Chelan County PUD operates four parks in the Chelan area: Chelan Falls Park, Chelan Falls Powerhouse Park, Chelan Riverwalk Park and Beebe Bridge Park.

In the Wenatchee area, the PUD operates two day-use parks: Wenatchee Riverfront Park and Walla Walla Point Park. The PUD also operates Kirby Billingsley Hydro Park, located on the Douglas County side of the river.

The seven parks owned, but not managed, by the PUD are operated through lease agreements with the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, Manson Parks and Recreation District, the city of Entiat and the Port of Douglas County.

NOTE: Beginning July 1, 2011, the Discovery Pass will be required at Daroga, Lincoln Rock and Wenatchee Confluence State Parks. For more information go to:

Parks with camping:
Day-use parks:

Park amenities range from full hook-up camping at 200-acre Wenatchee Confluence State Park to picnicking and swimming at six-acre Manson Bay Park. All of our parks are ADA accessible. For more information, contact the Parks Department, Chelan County Public Utility District, (509) 661-4551 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. or write PO Box 1231, Wenatchee WA  98807.