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’37 Cellars Winery came about when Chuck and I (Frank), two brother-in-laws, decided that we wanted to make our own ultra-premium, hand-crafted wine so that we could enjoy more of it, and share it with friends. After a couple of years of doing this, our passion and desire to make more wine and make it available to other people, led to the formation of a new Washington State winery called ’37 Cellars. This has something to do with guitars, just sayin’. Our wines can be tasted at The Chamber Tasting Room in downtown Wenatchee located at 1 S Wenatchee Avenue. 509.662 2116.
Badger Mountain Brewing is Wenatchee’s largest craft brewery. We have 12 taps that pour our beer, guest beer, and cider. Together with Country Boys BBQ you can’t go wrong. Follow us on Facebook
Beaumont Cellars Winery. For the past 35 years, the fertile and abundant Columbia Valley has provided our family with a living. We’ve raised fruit trees, cattle, and four strong boys — truly the good life. Deeply familiar with our rich soil and unique climate, we knew the next chapter of our life had to be wine.
Our wine making philosophy is simple — let it be. We start with the very best grapes and gently encourage them to express their character. Distinctive, and never overworked, our wines reflect the complex full-bodied richness of the renowned Columbia Valley.
Fall tasting Hours: Friday 3pm-6pm; Saturday 12-6pm; any other day – by appointment only or Call Pete to schedule your private tasting at 509 787 5586
The CFFA holds several events each year including the the Leavenworth Wine Walk in June, the Leavenworth Wine Tasting Festival in August, and the Family Farm Festival during harvest time. Request a FREE Ag-tourism/Wineries Driving Map to find out more about the farmland activities in Chelan County and beyond.
The Cascade Foothills Farmland Association (CFFA) is a non-profit organization representing and promoting Ag-Tourism in North Central Washington, providing support, training, and event coordination to tourist destinations and individual related businesses.
Washington’s Peak Wine Experience. Cascade Valley Wine Country is all about the incredible, small, family-run wineries in Lake Chelan, Leavenworth and the Wenatchee Valley… only 2.5 hours from Seattle. These hidden gems are open year round so whatever fun activities you have planned throughout the year biking, skiing, boating, hiking, shopping…you will always find a new award winning winery to try.
We are much more than just a first class winery. Our restaurant is the perfect place for that special occasion or to meet friends and enjoy an outstanding dinner with great company. We are also a place where you can kick-back, enjoy a wonderful glass of wine and some of Wenatchee’s great sunshine. Our outdoor deck and seating areas are so inviting! On cold or rainy days, enjoy a glass of wine by our warm see—through fireplace.
We provide a beautiful venue for your special events, whatever the occasion, wedding, business, or just a fun get together, our facility is the perfect blend of rustic elegance..
Gamble Sands Golf Course coming August 2014. Designed by David McLay Kidd, (first US project -Bandon Dunes, OR). Gamble Sands will be the only DMK design in Washington State located on the banks of the Columbia River, just outside Brewster, WA. “The course is easy to walk and there are no homes, no roads, and no cart paths. This is nothing but a great golf course and a small, functional clubhouse. This is unadulterated golf from beginning to end. Our mission was to build a course where good golfers would stand on the tee with confidence and see opportunity, all the while ensuring the average player never lost a ball. The fairways are huge and the views are even bigger.” says David McLay Kidd. Named after Dan Gamble and his daughter Martha who married John Gebbers in 1927, her signature serves as the course logo.
We’ll take care of you, so you can take care of the canyons. At Highlander Golf Course, Eastern Washington’s premier public course, take time away on our new innovative cliff side holes. Take in breathtaking sun-filled vistas all on a challenging par 70 course perched high above the Columbia River in Wenatchee. Then relax, refresh in style on our cliff side veranda for drinks and dining. NEW cliff side canyon holes! NEW water features! NEW white sand bunkers! NEW trees by the hundreds! Open to the public. Book online today,highlanderGC.com (all greens fees include cart).
The focus of our winery. . . is making handcrafting premium wines since 2003 from our estate grown grapes here at Horan Estates Winery and Production Facility – The Crash Pad. We love to share our enjoyment of wine with others and add to the success of the wine industry in the Wenatchee Valley. And most importantly, having fun doing it!
Quincy Tasting Room Hours: Fri-Mon 11-6 (Phone: 509-787-8108)
Wenatchee Tasting Room Hours: Mon-Thur 12-7, Fr & Sat 12-9, Sun 12-5 (Phone: 509-888-0809)
Since the mid-1990’s LWSC has experienced most of its growth and success in the establishment of world class Nordic skiing. We currently maintain 26km of trails at 4 locations in the valley – the Icicle River Trails, Golf Course Trails, Waterfront Trails and the Ski Hill.
In 2003 and 2004 we completed the construction of a new Nordic Jumping Facility at the Ski Hill, a 3km Nordic Trail expansion at the Ski Hill and purchased a new Bombardier 180 xc grooming machine.
We currently employ over 45 seasonal employees but are completely reliant and grateful for the many hours of volunteer time it takes to operate the Leavenworth Winter Sports Club during the year. Visit Leavenworth Ski Heritage to learn more about the rich ski history of Leavenworth.
Martin-Scott Winery, located in East Wenatchee, Washington, is a marriage of our best efforts and assets. We feature small quantities of handcrafted wines. The fruit comes from our home vineyard in East Wenatchee, high on a bluff, south-facing, above the Columbia River and from grapes grown in the prime grape growing region of the Columbia Valley in South Central Washington State near Mattawa. The Olympic and Cascade Mountains provide a barrier to coastal precipitation leaving an average rainfall of 8 inches per year. With this dry, desert condition, plant vigor, canopy and fruit quality can be successfully controlled. Sudden Falls beckon the plants into dormancy and winter cold inhibits pests, thus encouraging integrated pest management and modest use of chemicals.
Tasting Room Hours are Friday, Saturday, 12-5pm, Sunday 12-4pm
As the sun pushes back the clouds, the adventure begins at Mission Ridge, in the heart of Washington State where the jagged peaks of the Cascade Range meet the high rugged desert of Eastern Washington. Operating on 2,000 acres and offering 2,250 vertical feet and the highest base area in the state the parking lot is a short 12 miles drive south of Wenatchee. A volcanic past has created a ridge where - peaks shimmer on one side and the Columbia River rolls majestically through Eastern Washington on the other. But don’t let the view distract you; Mission Ridge has over 2000 acres to explore. Carve tree lined groomers, float through wide-open bowls, wiggle through glades, or scream down narrow chutes. Experience the difference – the sunshine, the powder, the food and the fun – the memories last a lifetime.
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The hills and valleys of our area are brimming with fun winter activities. From groomed Nordic trails and tubing around Leavenworth to snowshoeing or snowmobiling and cross country skiing on wooded forest roads to backcountry skiing or ice climbing among epic peaks, there are adventures for all skill levels within just a few minutes of the city.
Nearly a mile of pathways and stairways hewn from native stone wind through this magnificent alpine oasis perched high on a bluff north of Wenatchee. Reflecting pools, waterfalls and even a wishing well bubble through what is recognized as one of the Northwest’s premier public gardens. A photographer’s paradise, a gardener’s delight, or simply a place to relax in lush surroundings, Ohme Gardens is a Northwest treasure. The gardens are open from April 15th to October 15th.
Welcome to one of Wenatchee’s most unique downtown destinations! Pybus Public Market opened for business in late spring of 2013 and is bursting with high quality selections of artisan and ethnic products, locally grown fruits and vegetables, Washington wines and freshly-made, prepared foods. You’re sure to enjoy shopping the independent merchants of the market.
The space also serves as an important community gathering point, along with supporting the over 150 family farms who will use the outdoor space as home for their local farmers market. A key component of the market is to provide local food distribution centers with fresh produce unsold during the daily markets.
Pybus Public Market is located just two blocks east of historic downtown Wenatchee at the convergence of the Apple Capital Loop Trail, iconic Riverfront Park and Orondo Boat Basin.
Welcome to Leavenworth’s newest wine destination! On a wildflower-carpeted hillside overlooking the Wenatchee River Valley, just minutes from Leavenworth, Silvara Vineyards offers great wines, friendly staff in an outstanding mountainside setting.
Our tasting room is open 11:00am-5:00pm daily from May 1st – December 31st and Friday – Monday January 1st – April 30th . We invite you, your friends and family to come in, not only to taste our wines, but learn about them, to relax, and take in the views of the Cascade Valley.
We charge a $5 fee for all tasters except for wine club members.
At the turn of the century, the Mathison family planted their first fruit trees atop their Stemilt Hill homestead, igniting a tradition that has thrived for five generations. Now, world-class fruit growers, Kyle and Jan Mathison apply their Sidon and passion into their role as vintners. Completely personal, the Mathisons are undivided in their attention to every stage of the growing process, touching the life of each grape from the soil to the lips.
Wenatchee Tasting Room 110 North Wenatchee Avenue, Wenatchee, WA Hours: noon-6pm Wednesday through Saturday, closed on Sundays
Leavenworth Tasting Room 617 Front Street Suite 4A Leavenworth, WA Winter Hours: Thursday Noon-6pm, Friday & Saturday noon-7pm, Sunday 11am-5pm, and Mondays noon-6pm
The Wenatchee Racquet and Athletic Club Outdoor Pool is open from mid June through mid September each year with Swim Instruction, Swim Team, Bobbin Babies, Private Swim Instruction, Water Workouts, Lap Swim and many hours for Recreation Swims. Pool Manager, Steve Shrader, USS Swim Team Coach, Darcy Bruggman, and our terrific team of instructors, lifeguards and coaches that make your water experience at the WRAC a great one!
Located in Central Washington four miles from Wenatchee, overlooking the Columbia River to the East, and bordered by the Cascade Mountains to the West. Men’s Course Rating 66.1 Slope 113. Ladies Course Rating 68.4 Slope 120
Three Lakes Golf Club is dedicated to serving our members and guests by providing an affordable, rewarding, high quality golf experience
The Wenatchee Golf & Country Club is located in the heart of the beautiful Wenatchee Valley. Established in 1923, the Club boasts one of the states top courses which has played host to many USGA and PNGA events over the years.
From the manicured fairways through the clubhouse and pool, the staff at Wenatchee Golf & Country Club focuses on creating a first rate experience catering to the needs of our members and their guests.
White Heron Cellars is located in the middle of our vineyard property in the ghost town of Trinidad, between Quincy and Wenatchee, above the Columbia River in Washington State. The vineyard and winery site overlooks the Columbia River, Crescent Bar Resort, and the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. Deep well-drained soils, southern slopes, excellent air drainage, and a ring of hills surrounding the site, make for an exceptional vineyard location. The first vines were planted in 1991. Varieties grown include Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, Petit Verdot, Pinot Noir, Gamay, Syrah, Rousanne and Viognier. The Fries returned to Spokane in 1984. Cameron was the wine maker at Worden’s winery for two years and then assumed wine making duties at Champs de Brionne winery from 1986 through 1990. White Heron’s tasting room is inside their wine making and bottling facility. The facility overlooks the vineyard and the Columbia River gorge. Hours of operation are Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11:00am – 6:00pm. Phyllis or Cameron will be happy to pour you their excellent wines during your visit…
The Apple Capital Loop Trail is a scenic-waterfront 11-mile paved loop trail for pedestrians, cyclists, skaters, and others. This scenic trail can be entered or exited from Riverwalk Crossing Pedestrian Overpass, located in the heart of Downtown Wenatchee. There are plenty of free public parking lots at several locations on both sides of the river. The Apple Capital Loop Trail crosses the Columbia at the north and south ends of Wenatchee and is lighted until midnight on the West side.
Park hours are dawn to dusk unless otherwise posted.
Looking for even more local hiking? Check out Wenatchee Outdoors for a complete list of local trails for everyone from families to experienced hikers. Here’s their hiking guide book.
Boating on the Columbia River is always a great way to cool off on a hot sunny day. No matter if it’s a classic Chris Craft or a born-to run Bayliner the water is the place to be. Fishing, jet skiing or water skiing are all high on the list of fabulous outdoor adventures.
Convenient in-town boat launches are located throughout the area including those listed below – click to see map and details
Columbia River Boat Rental or 509.264.5673
Riverside Recreation -Jetski & Boat rentals or 509.670-6457
The Wenatchee Valley has several opportunities for Camping and Recreation. Click the links below for camping information.
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Paddling on the Columbia River can range from calm protected water in the estuary at the confluence of the Wenatchee and Columbia Rivers to the moving water of the Columbia River. Depending on the season and weather you might see deer, eagles, herons, osprey and salmon while paddling.
Note: there is some current from both the Columbia and Wenatchee rivers as well as the potential for swiftly rising water levels from water being discharged upriver at Rocky Reach Dam that could be potentially hazardous to novice paddlers.
Osprey Rafting has stand up PaddleBoard Rental at Wall Walla Point Park (in season) and Kayak rentals
iLa Yoga offers guided estuary PaddleBoarding and Yoga SUP (in season)
Arlberg Sports – Stand Up PaddleBoard Rental (easier to call 509.663.7401 for info)
Taste the Cashmere Cider Mill’s amazing artisan gourmet cider in cherry and raspberry. A great wine alternative in glass bottles. The tasting room is open for you to sample all of their varieties, including the exclusive “Lady Blush Heirloom Release 2009″.
Washington Apple Country is a tour experience like no other. A collection of educational and agricultural experiences customized for your group, the tours showcase the beauty, romance and history of the world-famous Wenatchee valley fruit-growing region. Local orchards feature pears, cherries, peaches and of course apples. Washington produces more apples than any other state in the nation. Discover what makes Washington a leader! The specialty gift shop features beautiful gifts from Washington State, apple country & the Pacific Northwest. Take home gift packs, ciders, chutney, jams and jellies, syrups, sauces, candies, soap, lotions, fresh fuit, candles, candy and much more.
Columbia Valley Brewing is Wenatchee’s first brewery. We serve a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere where customers can come in to BBQ on our complimentary grills, watch the game on our 24 foot projector, hang out in our beer garden with your dog after a walk on the loop trail or just hang out with one of our fine bar staff.
After all, life is meaningless when life is pint-less.
Desert Canyon Golf Resort offers 18 holes of Golf in a unique and beautiful setting. The course is target style with five sets of tees to match a variety of playing abilities. Desert Canyon is a great place to live and play. The golf course requires a resort style dress code and is a soft spike facility. All Desert Canyon Greens Fees include a shared cart and carts are required due to the great distance between holes. The Desert Canyon Pro Shop is well stocked with a variety of clothing, souvenirs, balls, gloves and equipment. Club Rentals are available.
Eastmont Parks and Recreation in East Wenatchee consists of multiple parks with each offering a variety of options for its guests. Eastmont Community Park comprises 26 acres, a baseball 4-plex, soccer field, football, restrooms, picnic shelters, BBQ’s, horseshoe pits, radio control car racing, and an Aquatic Center operated by the YMCA. It is the host site for the East Wenatchee Events annual Classy Chassis Car Show & Parade, the Wings and Wheels Festival and the annual Easter Egg Hunt. Eastmont Parks and Recreation’s Wag n’ Tail Dog day is held at Eastmont Community Park. Tedford Park comprises 11 acres, a baseball field, disc golf course, restroom and lots of shade trees. Kenroy Park’s 5 acres includes an inclusive playground, small skate park, and picnic shelters. Pangborn/Herndon Memorial Park is half of an acre that overlooks the Wenatchee Valley.
Youth activities are abundant: Eastmont Youth baseball, Babe Ruth, boys and girls basketball leagues, camps and tournament, soccer league and soccer camps, volleyball leagues, football leagues, tennis camps, golf camps, summer day camps, art classes and cheerleading camp.
Adult activities available: Co-ed volleyball, tennis program, men’s basketball league and men’s soccer.
The Eastmont YMCA Aquatic Center (EYAC) is a public facility owned by Eastmont Metropoloitan Parks District (EMPD), operated by the Wenatchee Valley YMCA and available to the general public. All Eastmont YMCA Aquatic Center programs are available to non-members either through a class fee or an admission fee.
Farmhouse Table Local Foods Market: An old-fashioned market, open to the public with a full range of locally grown produce, meat, cheese, dairy products, honey, nuts, grains, preserves and other handmade food items, Farmhouse Table provides a direct link to some of our smallest (and finest!) local growers and producers.
Community Farm Connection is a grassroots, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting small farms and sustainable agriculture by bringing our communities directly in contact with the people who grow our food. Also by creating opportunities for local farmers, growers and food producers from all over North Centreal Washington to connect with people who want to buy and eat more locally grown produce and handmade food.
“Farmhouse Table Local Foods Market”
Tues-Fri, 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-2pm) through Wednesday, Nov. 24. We’ll be closed on Thanksgiving and will re-open on Thursday, Dec. 2 for winter hours (Thursdays and Fridays from 10am-6pm).
Summer: Tuesday – Friday, 10am – 6 pm, Saturday, 10 am – 2 pm
Winter: Thursday and Friday, 10 am – 6 pm
The 2.2 million acre Wenatchee National Forest extends about 135 miles along the East Side of the Cascade Mountains. This National Forest is most noted for its wide range of recreational opportunities.
www.fs.fed.us/r6/wenatchee is the most extensive site to help you plan your unforgettable trip to the great outdoors.
This Wenatchee landmark has a vertical climb of approximately 1,000 feet. The view from the top will show you why it’s one of the most popular hikes in The Wenatchee Valley.
With miles of trails and so close to town, this is an area held dear to the hearts of visitors and locals alike.
For more detailed information on hiking opportunities in the Wenatchee Valley: www.wenatcheeoutdoors.org
Central Washington Hikes within an hour’s drive of the Wenatchee Valley
Once a pear orchard belonging to the Horan family at the confluence of the Wenatchee and Columbia rivers, this 100-acre parcel has been converted into a manmade wetlands preserve. Eagles, Owls, Herons and Kingfishers make this bird-watchers’ paradise. Otters play in the waters visible from several of the 15 viewing stations dotting the two miles of gravel trail winding through cottonwoods and willows.
Discover Pass Required.
The Wenatchee Valley has you covered with salmon and steelhead on the Columbia, Entiat or Wenatchee Rivers or trout, bass and perch on nearby lakes.
From big game such as deer, elk, big horn sheep, and bear; to small game like coyotes, you’ll find it here. In addition, there are upland game birds and migratory waterfowl year-round.
|LOCAL STATE PARK LOCATIONS|
|Wenatchee Riverfront Park||City of Wenatchee||509-667-4208|
|Walla Walla Point Park (playground equipment)||City of Wenatchee||509-667-4208|
|Wenatchee Confluence State Park||Wenatchee||360-902-8844|
|Confluence Camping Reservations||888-226-7688|
|Turtle Rock Island||1/2 mile upriver from Lincoln Rock State Park||Reserved Site|
|Lincoln Rock State Park||7 miles north of East Wenatchee, Hwy 2||360-902-8844|
|Lincoln Rock Camping Reservations||888-226-7688|
|Orondo River Park||3 miles upriver from Orondo, Hwy 97||509-884-4700|
|Daroga State Park||8 miles upriver from Orondo, Hwy 97||509-664-6380|
|Beebe Bridge Park||21 miles north of Orondo, Hwy 97||509-667-4208|
|Chelan Falls Park||Community of Chelan Falls||509-667-4208|
|Entiat Park||City of Entiat, Hwy 97A||509-784-1500|
|Entiat Camping Reservation||800-736-8428|
|Rock Island Hydro Park||2 miles south of East Wenatchee, Hwy 28||509-667-4208|
|Rocky Reach Dam||7 miles north of Wenatchee, Hwy 97A||509-667-4206|
|Chelan Riverwalk Park||Chelan River, City of Chelan||509-667-4208|
|Manson Bay Park||Downtown Manson||509-687-9635|
|Old Mill Park||2 miles east of Manson||509-687-9635|
We take pride in our little market and it shows in the quality of our products. From our Painted Hills Natural Beef, Draper Valley Natural Chicken, Fruit and Produce superior quality and freshness should be your expectation.
Our support of LOCAL farmers and ranchers is top priority as these folks greatly enrich the quality of living here in our valley. We have and will always purchase local products when the availability and quality of the product meets our standards.
Often we get this question ““define LOCAL”” and it is very simple, in the produce side of our business we consider anything grown or produced in the State of Washington local. As to the meat side we consider any produce grown or produced in the Pacific Northwest LOCAL.
We are proud to say “we bring the farm, garden and ranch to you!
Mon-Sat 10am-6pm Closed Sunday’s
The Chelan County PUD owns and operates some very beautiful parks and playgrounds. They are positioned on the Columbia River and offer a variety of activities for your recreation needs. Visit www.chelanpud.org
The City Of Wenatchee also offers some great parks and playgrounds in town.
The Wenatchee River is one of the best whitewater rivers on the West Coast. Enjoy it with a professional guide in the spring or tube lazily in late summer.
Wenatchee River rafting specialists spend most of their rafting season on the Wenatchee river giving you the first class rafting experience you are looking for. Whether you begin your experience in the class IV waters or start things off in the class III waters your trip is sure to be a memorable one. Have fun hitting the big rapids and floating through the beautiful scenery the Wenatchee River creates.
Osprey Rafting Offering 6 trip packages as well as the opportunity to customize a white water adventure whether it’s foam or float you are after.
Alpine Adventures Offering Whitewater Trips, Family Floats, Stand-up Paddle-boarding, and Inflatable Kayak Trips.
Rock Island Golf Course is located just outside East Wenatchee and boasts 18 brand new or revamped holes. Watch out for its signature hole, #13. It’s a dogleg with a huge water hazard.
Great Family Activity and chance to go back to how it is.
Closed for the season but will reopen in June of 2014 with cherries. Hours 9am-6pm Daily
What they grow and offer – dates will follow:
Dates are all subject to change as the weather and growing conditions change.
No pets please
Something for everyone – The Wenatchee Swimming Pool at Pioneer Park is a 50m outdoor pool. For the young ones check out the wading pools and splash pads at Washington or Rotary Parks. For family swimming there’s Walla Walla Point or Kirby Billingsley Hydro Parks for a refreshing dip in the Columbia River.
|Wenatchee City Pool (summer only)||220 Fuller St.||509-664-3397|
|Wenatchee Racquet & Athletic Club||1913 Skyline Dr||509-662-3544|
|YMCA (indoor)||217 Orondo||509-662-2109|
|Eastmont Recreation Service Area (indoor)||980-3rd St. NE/East Wenatchee||509-884-3113|
|Rotary Park||1810 Maple St||509-888-3284|
|Confluence State Park||333 Olds Station Road||(360) 902-8844|
|Walla Walla Point Park||Walla Walla St.||(509) 661-4551|
|Kirby Billingsly Hydro Park||2 miles south of East Wenatchee||(509) 661-4551|
|Lincoln Rock State Park||7 miles north of East Wenatchee||1 (888) 226-7688|
|Orondo River Park||3 miles upriver from Orondo||1 (888) 226-7688|
|Entiat City Park||City of Entiat, Hwy 97A||( 509-784-1500|
|Daroga State Park||8 miles upriver from Orondo||1 (888) 226-7688|
|Beebe Bridge Park||34 miles north of Wenatchee via Hwy 97||(509) 661-4551|
The City of Wenatchee’s outdoor swimming pool is open each year from mid-June through August. The 10-lane, 50-meter L-shaped pool includes one three-meter and two one-meter diving boards. The pool offers daily public swims, family swims, swim lessons, diving classes and private rental times. During the summer months, the pool is home to the Barracuda Swim Team. With a wading pool, large deck, and picnic area, this facility is suitable for regional swim meets, private parties or simply lounging in the sun.
The foothills to the west of Wenatchee are a natural treasure, ideal for wildlife viewing and recreation.Chelan~Douglas Land Trust is leading a strong effort to make sure that visitors and local people can enjoy the Wenatchee Foothills far into the future. The focal point of this effort is the Wenatchee Foothills Trail, a path that would link Saddlerock, Castle Rock, and the Sage Hills Trails. Informal trails already exist in these areas, but we are working to develop a formal trail with convenient and attractive parking areas. In recent years, development has threatened or eliminated access to areas in the foothills that local people have enjoyed for decades. We are fortunate to have large areas of public land in the foothills and private landowners who are wiling to let people cross their land. It would be shortsighted to not maintain access to these areas for future generations.
A new Foothills Trail map is now available. Contact the Land Trust at (509) 667-9708 for a full size 11″ x 17″ map, or click here to download a smaller version of the Foothills Trail map.
Wenatchee Valley Area Parks
Centennial Park – 130 South Wenatchee Avenue. Centennial Park was acquired in 1992. The 1 acre park has a stage, benches, and restrooms.
Chase Park - 145 South Delaware Street. Mable Chase donated her property for the .52 acre park in 1909. It has a picnic area and play equipment.
Community Center – 504 South Chelan Avenue. The Community Center provides a variety of services, programs, and rental facilities.
Lincoln Park – 1410 Mission Street. Lincoln Park was acquired in 1958. The 22 acre park features: Athletic fields, picnic shelter, children’s play equipment, and a stage.
Locomotive Park – 1100 South Wenatchee Avenue. The 15 acre park was acquired by the city in 1951. It features a historical locomotive display.
Memorial Park – 2 South Chelan Avenue. Memorial Park was acquired in 1892, 1922, and 1929. The 3.8 acre park contains historical displays and a fountain.
Kiwanis Methow Park – 420 Methow Street. The park is 1.26 acres and features: A wading pool, picnic shelter, barbeque, play equipment, U-6 soccer field, and basketball court.
Pennsylvania Park – 219 Pennsylvania Avenue. The park was acquired in 1924. It is 1.02 acre park that features a multi-use field, wading pool, and play equipment.
Pioneer Park – 220 Fuller Street. Pioneer Park was acquired in 1908 and 1919. The 7 acre park features a skate park, picnic area, play equipment, outdoor 50 meter swimming pool.
Rainbow Park - 1411 North Wenatchee Avenue. Rainbow Park was acquired in 1999. It is a small grassy area adjacent to Wenatchee Avenue near Maiden Lane
Rotary Park – 1810 Maple Street. The park was acquired in 1997. The 8 acre park features: disc golf course, basketball court, picnic shelters, walking trail, play equipment, and splash pad.
Saddle Rock – End of Circle Street. The 325 acre natural area was acquired in 2010 from a private donation. It features habitat areas and non-motorized access trails.
Skyline Drive Outlook – 1536 Skyline Drive. The overlook was added to the park system in 2010. It features a panoramic view of Wenatchee Valley.
Washington Park – 110 South Miller Street. Washington Park was acquired ion 1946. The 4.12 acre park features a picnic shelter, wading pool, grassy areas, and play equipment.
Wenatchi Park – 1401 McKittrick Street. Wenatchi Park was acquired in 1992. The 10 acre park is adjacent to Foothills Middle School. It is used primarily for field sports and open play.
Western Hills Park – 900 Westwood Drive. Western Hills Park was acquired in 1992. The 5 acre site is located behind John Newberry Elementary School and features a multi-use field.
Come visit the Wenatchee Valley Farmers Markets in Wenatchee, Washington. You’ll find the freshest fruit and vegetables. Most produce has been harvested within twenty-four hours of your visit and hasn’t traveled for more than a few miles.
All fruit and vegetables have been grown in the Chelan, Douglas, Grant and Kittitas Counties. Our farmers undergo a Farm Inspection before they’re permitted to vend in any of the Wenatchee Valley Farmers Markets, ensuring that you’re truly supporting localfarmers
Come visit the Wenatchee Valley Farmers Markets in Wenatchee, Washington. You’ll find the freshest fruit and vegetables. Most produce has been harvested within twenty-four hours of your visit and hasn’t traveled for more than a few miles.
All fruit and vegetables have been grown in the Chelan, Douglas, Grant and Kittitas Counties. Our farmers undergo a Farm Inspection before they’re permitted to vend in any of the Wenatchee Valley Farmers Markets, ensuring that you’re truly supporting local farmers.
When you shop at a Farmers Market you support:
The Wenatchee Valley YMCA Aquatic Center full-service facility on the corner of Chelan and Orondo; offers cardiovascular, Nautilus, Cybex and free weight fitness areas, a swimming pool, locker rooms, a gym, climbing wall and three racquetball courts. The facility also features a babysitting area and a youth and teen center with a computer lab, fitness arcade and learning enrichment lab.