Okanogan-Wenatchee NF Campgrounds near Leavenworth
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Chiwawa River campgrounds in the Leavenworth area are located on or near the river in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. Find information about each campsite including location, GPS coordinates and amenities.
Public Campgrounds - Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Wenatchee River Ranger District
For additional information contact:
Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. Wenatchee River Ranger District: 600 Sherbourne, Leavenworth, WA 98826. Phone: 509-548-2550; Reservations: 1-877-444-6777.
Alpine Meadows: Located 21 miles up the Chiwawa Valley Road #6200. 4 single sites including RV's up to 20 feet long, 1 vault toilet and no water. Elevation 2,700 feet. GPS: 48.0465; -120.834.
Atkinson Flat: Located along the river 16 miles up the Chiwawa Valley Road #6200 and 20 miles from Fish Lake. 7 single sites including 4 RV sites up to 20 feet long, vault toilets and no water. Elevation 2,550 feet. GPS: 48.0025; -120.819.
Goose Creek: Located along Goose Creek 9 miles from the Ranger Station. 26 single sites, 3 double sites, 3 vault toilet, potable water and access to motorcycle trails. Elevation 2,200 feet. GPS: 47.8384; -120.648.
Meadow Creek: Located 6 miles from Fish Lake along the River. 4 dispersed sites including 4 single sites for RV's up to 30 feet in length, no water, no restroom and access to river. Elevation 2,400 feet. GPS: 47.8682; -120.693.
Finner Creek: Located 17 miles from Lake Wenatchee along Finner Creek near the river. 3 single sites including RV's up to 30 feet in long, potable water, 1 vault toilet and access to trailhead. Elevation 2,500 feet. GPS: 47.9534; -120.772.
Nineteen Mile: Located along the river 22 miles from Lake Wenatchee. 4 single sites including RV's up to 30 feet long, 1 vault toilet, no water and access to river. Elevation 2,600 feet. GPS: 48.0195; -120.828.
Phelps Creek Horse Campground: Located near the confluence of Phelps Creek and the Chiwawa River, 25 miles from Fish Lake. 13 single sites (7 tent sites and 6 equestrian sites) including RV's up to 30 feet long, 2 vault toilets and no water. Elevation 2,800 feet. GPS: 48.0697; -120.849.
Riverbend: Located 18 miles from Lake Wenatchee along the river. 6 single sites including RV's up to 30 feet in long, 1 vault toilet, no water and river access. Elevation 2,500 feet. GPS: 47.9622; -120.788.
Rock Creek: Located near the river along Rock Creek 20 miles from Lake Wenatchee. single sites including RV's up to 30 feet in long,1 vault toilet, no water and trailhead access. Elevation 2,500 feet. GPS: 47.9701; -120.791.
Schaefer Creek: Located along the river 20 miles from Lake Wenatchee. 10 single sites including RV's up to 30 feet in long, 1 vault toilet and no water. Elevation 2,500 feet. GPS: 47.9744; -120.802.
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