Wenatchee Riverfront Park

CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE

PUD-operated parks remain open including trails, restrooms and boat launches.
Check here before you head out: http://www.chelanpud.org/parks-and-recreation/fishing-and-boating

 Beebe Bridge Campground
The campground opened June 11, 2020 
5 or fewer people outside of the household may be allowed in a campsite

  Rocky Reach Park 
Rocky Reach Park is open for day use only.
*Discovery Center and Playground will remain closed.

Park Shelters
Shelters will remain closed until the County enters phase 3 of Washington's four-phased approach. Reservations are not being accepted at this time.

Special Events 
All special events scheduled at PUD-managed facilities are canceled until the County enters phase 3 of Washington's four-phased approach.

Playgrounds

Playground equipment will remain closed until the County enters phase 4 of Washington’s four-phased approach.

Ballfields
Ballfields will remain closed to reservations until the County enters phase 3 of Washington’s four-phased approach. This includes league games and tournaments.

Location

City of Wenatchee; entrances at Worthen and Fifth Streets (501 Fifth St., Wenatchee WA 98801)
 

Driving directions: Worthen entrance / Fifth St. entrance

Amenities

  • 31 acres
  • restrooms
  • 2-lane boat launch
  • short-term moorage
  • boat trailer parking
  • 1.1 miles of shoreline trail
  • "special event" mini-railroad (see Wenatchee Valley Museum for schedule)

Hours

Day Use:            January - December                   6 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Shelters:            March 15 -  Nov. 15                     6 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Boat Launch:    January - December                     Daylight Hours

Managing Agency

Chelan County Public Utility District, PO Box 1231, Wenatchee, WA 98807. For additional information call (509) 661-4551 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays.
PLEASE DON'T FEED THE MARMOTS

Chelan PUD is asking for the public’s help – PLEASE, Don’t feed the marmots. These common rodents have wreaked havoc on flower plantings, as well as causing fish habitat damage and riverbank destabilization along the rocky banks of the Columbia and Chelan Rivers. 

While these critters may look cute, they can carry diseases such as Sylvatic plague, spread by marmot fleas that can come into contact with domestic pets and humans. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever is another disease spread by marmots from infected ticks. And, marmot droppings can carry cryptosporidiosis that can cause nausea and diarrhea.

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