Cashmere, Washington
Attractions

Being located at the base of the Cascade Mountains gives Cashmere a beautiful and scenic background. While in Cashmere tour the Historic Museum and Pioneer Village featuring 20 original buildings or simply take a peaceful walk down the tree-lined streets.

Art and Art Galleries

Barns Etc. Rustic Art Gallery. 5420 Woodring Canyon Road, Cashmere, WA 98815. E-mail

Museums

Historic Museum & Pioneer Village. 600 Cottage Avenue, Cashmere, WA 98815. Phone: 509-782-3230. E-mail

National Forest

Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. Wenatchee River Ranger District: 600 Sherbourne, Leavenworth, WA 98826. Phone: 509-548-2550.

The Wenatchee River District is over 690,000 acres stretching from Wenatchee and the Columbia River to the crest of the Cascades in Glacier Peak and Alpine Lakes Wilderness Area. This area is popular for snowmobiling and climbing. The Alpine Lakes Wilderness offers over 600 miles of hiking trails accessed by 47 trailheads, over 700 lakes and mountain ponds, tree covered valleys, lots of peaks and slopes and the Enchantment Lakes Area home to the excellent rock climbing site, the Cashmere Crags.

Performing Arts

Cashmere Coffeehouse. PO Box 484, Cashmere, WA 98815. Phone: 509-548-1230 or 509-548-8663. E-mail

Club Crow. 108 Cottage Avenue, Cashmere, WA 98815. Phone: 509-782-3001.

Scenic Byway

Cascade Loop - Leavenworth/Cascade Foothills
This portion of the byway travels through the quaint towns of Plain and Peshastin and then through the beautiful Tumwater Canyon with the Wenatchee River on one side onto the Bavarian themed Village, Leavenworth and Cashmere, home of Aplets and Cotlets candy.

State Parks

Lake Chelan State Park. 7544 S. Lakeshore Road, Chelan, WA 98816. Phone: 509-687-3710; Reservations: 1-888-226-7688.

Lake Wenatchee State Park. 21588 State Route 207, Leavenworth, WA 98826. Phone: 509-763-3101; Reservations: 1-888-226-7688.

Access to Lake Wenatchee State Park is obtained by turning north off the Stevens Pass State Route Highway 2, at Coles Corner, onto State Highway 207. It is then 3 miles to the park turnoff. This park is divided by the Wenatchee River into the south park where there is camping, horseback riding and swimming and north park that is one quarter mile walk from the lake. The north park is a forested part of the park. There are over 50 picnic tables throughout the park including 2 kitchen shelters and a playground with equipment.

Lincoln Rock State Park. 13253 State Route 2 E, East Wenatchee, WA 98802. Phone: 509-884-8702; Reservations: 1-888-226-7688.

Named for a basalt outcropping resembling the profile of President Lincoln, Lincoln Rock Park is located on the east side of Lake Entiat. This park features large grassy fields, children's playground, 50 unsheltered picnic tables, 30 sheltered picnic tables and 3 kitchen shelters with electricity. Interpretive programs are available on most Saturdays Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Peshastin Pinnacles State Park. 7201 N. Dryden Road, Dryden, WA 98815. Phone: 509-884-8702.

Popular with climbers the Peshastin Pinnacles are a group of sandstone slabs and spires reaching a height of 200 feet and providing scenic views of the Enchantment Mountains, the Wenatchee River Valley and surrounding orchards. There are 5 unsheltered picnic tables. This park has no potable water so visitors are advised to bring their own water.

Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park. 20530 S. Lakeshore Road, Chelan, WA 98816. Phone: 509-687-3610; Reservations: 1-888-226-7688.

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