Staff was very helpful and friendly. If you do not have a larger external Wi-Fi antenna, you will not be able to access the Wi-Fi system in this park. During the winter months you'll be able to ride your snowmobile directly across the street to over 200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. We booked and paid for the third nicest site as listed online : a pull through with full hookups, a great wooded site and with beautiful views. Everyday they are out working on their place and it shows. Faced the river with a great view up above the water. A+++ I Would highly recommend this park and we will be definitely coming back.
Sites are mostly level and well maintained. Though space is relatively small, sites are decently size and semi-private due to large boulders and trees. Snowshoeing, sledding and cross country skiing are other popular snow sports, with plenty of on-site hills to choose from. We'll definitely come here again. Road very busy all day long, not as bad at night, but truck traffic starts up early in the morning. The sites are a little on the tight side, but that's easily overlooked based on the rest of the site advantages.
We stayed in site 126, which is adjacent to a trail that leads down to the lake. The campground store also has many essentials. If you have a smaller rig say less than 36 feet I would try staying at the state campgrounds that are out a little further. Can't wait to come back in the Spring. The park is very relaxing and easy to walk around.
The Rv Park is meticulously clean and very well landscaped. We have a 35 ft motorhome and tow car. This park has everything you could possibly need except for sewer hook ups. This is the only pull through site I've ever had to guide us out of to ensure neither the coach nor the toad hit anything. Showers have both traditional and rain shower heads! We love the town of Leavenworth.
Park is located next to a busy street so there is a bit of road noise, but we loved being able to walk into downtown Leavenworth. A little bummed that the pancake breakfast wasn't an option but better luck next time. Beautiful setting with lovely flowers planted throuhout the park. The park is split into two sections on different sides of the Wenatchee River. There was dog hair all over it.
The trash pick up service is nice and the onsite coffee shop is a good adition as well. Our cost was zero because we are members. The only bit of a negative was on the last day I used the laundry facility and it really needed a good cleaning but other then that the employees were super friendly, the roads were easy to navigate even with our 40 ft rig and tow. Futon could use more bedding than one sheet and blanket. The management was uncooperative in making space available for our family of about 25 to meet.
The place looks small, but it was very easy to get out trailer into our spot. Wifi was not so great, and our Verizon hardly worked at all. Lake Wenatchee State Park 47. At 8:30, my husband got out his acoustic guitar and we were sitting outside and he was playing his guitar and singing - no microphones! Drinking water is available but there are no hook-ups or dump station. The Northern Pacific and Great Northwest railroads added to the continuing development of the town and surrounding areas. There was a literal trail of sewage deposit running down the parking lot.
No where to sit outside your rig. This town is packed in October. We enjoy that our dogs are always welcomed in the cabins. Internet slow and we were right near the office. Park does have Wi-Fi, however, the coverage of the park is poor. We were able to extend a day due to the snowstorm and the staff was very accommodating to our needs.
This campground is situated at the confluence of Johnny and Icicle Creeks and is split into two areas, Lower Johnny and Upper Johnny. Great to have someone take us to the campsite. This park is nice and clean with a nice view of the mountains as you walk around the park. Our site was one of the longer ones in the park, but needed blocks under the front wheels to get level, even with jacks. To top it off, their sewer system started backing up out of a broke off vent pipe that no one had bothered to fix.
The place reminded us of the movie the Truman Show. Keep in mind however that this park is deep in the middle of bear country. The fee can be prepaid at the time of check in. The only reason I gave 4 instead of 5 stars is the noise from hwy 2. Be sure to enjoy a German meal - we liked Andreas Keller. This was our second time staying here.