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Lake Wenatchee

Take this 20-mile trip to Lake Wenatchee in the Wenatchee National Forest. Drive up Nason Creek valley between Nason Ridge (west) and Natapoc Ridge (east).

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A 489-acre camping park with 12,623 feet of waterfront on glacier-fed Lake Wenatchee and the Wenatchee River. Lake Wenatchee is a Northwest icon, a clear blue lake surrounded by mountains. The five-mile-long lake is 244 feet deep and is a popular destination for boaters and windsurfers. The park features trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and snowshoeing.

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The Lake Wenatchee Residence No. 1200 typifies the construction projects undertaken by the Civilian Conservation Corps and signifies the aid to the local community provided by the emergency work-relief program. The property represents the Forest Service’s presence in the area as the headquarters for field operations and exemplifies the rustic architectural style developed by the Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region.

Learn more about Lake Wenatchee Residence No. 1200