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Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $40.00
Wenatchee Confluence State Park is excellent. The location is near the heart of the town with extensive bike paths. A great ride along the river to the farmers market. The sites are spacious and spread out. There is nice lawn for enjoying outdoor space and large established shade trees. We found access to be easy in our 42 RV with tow car. The only negative feature we found was that the sprinklers went on in our area in the morning when it would have been most enjoyable to use the outdoors area. It is also advisable to do a little map investigation prior to arrival as the entrance is through an industrial park. We camped at Wenatchee Confluence State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $33.00
Great Park. We used it as a base to explore the Columbia river dams and associated fish ladders. The sitting on the confluence of the Columbia and Wenatchee river provide a great area to relax. The ten mile bicycle/walking path along the river is great - no cars... We enjoyed our time here and would return. We camped at Wenatchee Confluence State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $24.00
We've stayed at this park several times when visiting eastern Washington. Sadly, our experiences here have been getting poorer rather than better. Prices keep going up and service keeps going down. This park, like other Washington State Parks, now has a variable pricing system. You may choose a Popular, Basic, or Economy site and each of these types may or may not have hook-ups, resulting in several different price options. Unless you're lucky and find the entrance station staffed when you arrive, you'll have to sort out the fee structure on your own. We've very rarely found the entry station staffed when we've camped here, whether it's been in the shoulder or the high season, and this time was no exception. Another irritating thing is that the park does not mark the reserved sites in any way. They do post a list at the entry station of the sites that have incoming reservations for that night. There is also a list of all the campsite numbers in each loop and the ones that are not available for that night are crossed out. You must note all these site numbers and then drive around and choose an open one. Heaven help you if you make an error and take a site that's actually reserved. Why the staff can't put "Reserved" signs on the reserved sites like they do at so many other campgrounds baffles me. Chalk it up to budget cuts. You also now need a code to use the dump station. If you don't know the code, you pay $5 to dump. After we'd been settled in for awhile and I'd dropped our fee in the drop box back up at the entrance station, a staff person came by to give us paperwork to put on our dashboard. I asked about the code for the dump station and she said I could get it from her. What was it, I asked. She couldn't remember, but if I'd come to office later she'd give it to me. Another trek to the entrance station. This park is pleasant in many ways, with large grassy sites and its proximity to town and other attractions in the area. The natural wetlands portion of the park is well worth a visit and if you like to bicycle there is access to Wenatchee's great bicycle trail system. We'd probably camp here again, but Washington's park system is getting less and less camper friendly and more and more bureaucratic so I really can't say this is one of my favorite parks anymore. We camped at Wenatchee Confluence State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $37.00
This is one of my favorite state parks. The sites are widely spaced. Many have a couple trees between them that provide partial shade. Grassy areas are huge. Only a few sites actually have river views. But, there is an extensive trail network in the park, a swimming beach, playgrounds, climbing toys, and lots of room for biking. The park is surrounded by light industrial land (warehouses, businesses) and trains can be heard in the distance. I like that this park is semi-isolated, very big, and yet very close to Wenatchee, mountain hiking, wetlands, and Rocky Reach Dam (which has a cool museum and self-guided tours). The park is very popular and it can get very hot during summer. Staff is friendly, but due to budget cuts, they aren't very present. Our neighbors were very quiet even though the park was nearly full. I would happily stay here again. We camped at Wenatchee Confluence State Park in a Tent Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $43.00
We have been to this campground multiple times. It is a really nice park with very large RV spots. You have a lot of space between you and your neighbors. There are miles of trails and lots of things to do. The location is kind of strange in that the park is in an industrial area but you are very close to the town of Wenatchee. The negatives are that there is no cable TV, no WiFi, you have to pay to use the showers, and there is no soap in the bathrooms. For the amount you have to pay per night you would think there would at least be soap in the bathroom. We would stay here again and plan to later in the summer. We camped at Wenatchee Confluence State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $2.00
This is our favorite park. Lots of space and easy access. Love the 12 mile biking/walking path. Reserve well in advance. Always a '10'!! We camped at Wenatchee Confluence State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $42.00
Arrived around 1PM and plugged in to get the AC going: 102 degrees out. Could not believe that we were attacked by swarms of mosquitoes in the heat of the day. Beautiful grounds. 30A breaker blew with AC/fridge/hot water heater on. Not good considering we were going to leave the dog in the trailer while we headed into Leavenworth. Switched the fridge to gas and turned off the HW heater. Headed to the swimming area and while searching for a spot to set our stuff out I smashed my big toe on an exposed hose-bib that was about 4" above the concrete. Very hard to see. The enclosure for it was missing as the one on the other side of the beach had one. Bleeding like a stuck pig I headed back to the trailer to repair myself. Luckily, no stitches. Tried to get some shower tokens from the machine ($1 for 3) and the machine spit out 1 token and a dime: huh!?!? Men's shower had 1 of 2 out of order. Inserted token in the 'working' one and the stream of water never changed as I almost spun to handle off the wall. Sigh. Not very impressive for the amount of money we paid. CG fee plus reservation fee plus non-resident fee. Sorry Washington State, we're done with your Parks. We camped at Wenatchee Confluence State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $28.00
Very nice state park. Plenty of room between sites with wonderful trees and grass. Park and walking/biking path in campground. No reservation in off season and self check in at pay station after selecting site. Not all sites have utility hook-ups. Don't be put off by roads leading to park. Pass through an industrial area (fruit packers) but end up in a very nice park. No shortage of good restaurants in Wenatchee and plenty to see in surrounding area. Great stay. We camped at Wenatchee Confluence State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $28.00
Very quiet and very well laid out, some have very nice views of the river, only down fall was previous folks in tents did not set up on the tent pad and the grass went brown. Over all beautiful setting We camped at Wenatchee Confluence State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $22.00
This place is wonderful. The rate reflects a non-hook up site. The sites are very spread out with a huge amount of grass to play on. My kids and I had a great time throwing the football around. The park has a small beach cut into the river, which was really nice. The camp host was a nice retired volunteer. He was really nice and helpful. This is one of the best places we have ever camped. Reservations are required April to October. We camped at Wenatchee Confluence State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $36.00
Well spaced campsites, lots of grass area (watch out for the daily sprinkling). Unusual sewer hookup did not match our hose end. Good spot to stay if visiting the Wenatchee area. We camped at Wenatchee Confluence State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $29.00
This is a great park, and even though we only stayed one night, the other campers we spoke to said that they would stay the maximum time at the park, drive to a different park for 10 days, then return here; it's that popular! It sits in a bowl of sorts, where the Wenatchee and Columbia Rivers meet, but the drive to the parks entrance made my wife wonder what I'd done - we passed several industrial areas and fruit packing plants/warehouses before we turned down the entry road. The park is expertly maintained, with a polished look and fully paved sites. The leveling jacks on our rig were only needed to stop us from rocking, as our site was very even. There are some trees to help shade your site, but we sat outside listening to the Jimmy Buffett station on XM and relaxing as we chased the shade around our RV. There was just enough of a breeze for us to forgo the A/C's, and the mosquitoes only showed up at sunset, despite the large amounts of wetlands in the area. There was little noise except for the occasional powerboat and a report of the occasional train about 7pm, though we didn't hear one the night we were there. Over-the-Air TV & cellular reception was perfect, and many campers had their rooftop dishes deployed since few of the planted trees were tall enough to obstruct their signals. I had 3G on my Verizon air-card as did my wife's' T-Mo cell phone. While my Sprint EVO4g also had 5 bars of 3G, there was no 4G signal. The park is crisis-crossed by lots of bike paths that lead to the aforementioned industrial area, and the grocery and multiplex theater beyond them, but another path leads to the main drag through town, US 2, and puts you out within easy walking distance of several stores and restaurants (including the only Sonic for 100 miles). The park has a large ramp and parking area for taking your boat or PWC out on the Columbia River, and there is a swimming area adjacent to the ramp which was quite busy when we arrived. There are several museums and cultural exhibits in the area, along with plenty of shopping at local stores and the Mall across the river in East Wenatchee, so there is no issue with getting supplies. Overall, we had a great night here and look forward to getting a spot with a killer view, and a bit more shade, when we come back. We camped at Wenatchee Confluence State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $6.00
Our rate was influenced by our buying a Washington State Park senior pass for $50. This entitles us to $6/night until April. We stayed 3 nights. Although in the city of Wenatchee, this park didn't feel like it. The huge lush green lawns were outstanding. Extremely well kept and well patrolled park along the banks of the Columbia River. Most sites have fire pits. All sites were paved but not totally level. Mix of back in and pull throughs. Great walking & biking trails surround the park and wind along the river and estuary. Would stay here again. We camped at Wenatchee Confluence State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $30.00
Confluence is a nice state park with extra large sites. The pull-through sites made it easy for novice RVers. The best thing about the state parks in WA is the reservation system. Before reserving a site, you can review photos of the site, as well as the features (i.e. shade, privacy etc.) Unfortunately the State Parks do not offer WiFi or T.V. hook-ups. This park is great for a weekend or longer stay in Wenatchee, WA We camped at Wenatchee Confluence State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $6.00
The rate reflects the Wash state old guys off season pass. Can't say much more about this park than has already been said. We there on a chilly day and the place was about 1/2 full when we rolled in at 12:30 and by the time we were set up, it was full except for the tent sites. We'll be going back there again. We camped at Wenatchee Confluence State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
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