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Set at the foot of the Cascade Mountains amid 30 acres of pine trees, wildflowers and grassy meadows, this is a place for recreation and relaxation. The Wenatchee River curves 770 feet alongside the camp. A free weekend shuttle (seasonal) to Leavenworth's Bavarian Village makes shopping and dining easy. Leavenworth hosts cultural events including Summer Theater, Maifest and Oktoberfest. Enjoy winery tours, river tubing and seasonal fruit. KOA's one- or two- room Camping Cabins and Deluxe Cabins offer a luxurious camping experience. Watch a free movie at KOA's social event area. The pavilion with a propane barbecue is ideal for rallies and reunions. A playground, 81°F heated pool, hot tub, rental bikes, tie-dye and activities delight children. Firewood is available for purchase. Free Wi-Fi is also offered. Families enjoy the Espresso Cabin, where ice cream and smoothies are served. Check out Kamp K9 for pets. Breakfast is available May 9th- October 18th (weekends) for a minimal fee. Happy camping! Pool: May 8 - September 2. Max pull thru: 60 feet.
We accept reservations and take phone calls all-year round! If you want to make a reservation for any time or just have questions, call 1-800-562-5709 or 1-509-548-7709, we are happy to help. If you reach the voicemail, leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Our office is open all year! Our winter hours are 9am-1pm with extended hours on the weekends in December.
If you have arrive after we close, don't worry! When you arrive there will be a map on our front office door with your name on it. Simply follow the map to your site and get settled in! If there are any problems during your stay, call us at the number listed on the front door and we will help you with whatever you need!
*NOTE* We are located in a mountainous region and although we plow and de-ice as much as possible, we cannot control the weather and THERE IS ALWAYS THE POSSIBILITY OF SNOW OR ICE IN, ON OR AROUND YOUR CAMPING OR CABIN SITE in the winter months. Come prepared with winter clothing/footwear and a safe vehicle with chains or studs if needed.