Wenatchee, WA, USA

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Wenatchee, WA, USA

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The Friendly Area of Wenatchee Awaits Your Stay

The riverfront and surrounding scenery provide a peaceful ambiance to your vacation home in Wenatchee. Travelers especially like the sporting events, shopping and skiing in this welcoming and family-friendly city. Take some time to visit local sights like Pybus Public Market, Apple Capital Loop Trail and Town Toyota Center. Consider a vacation rental for your stay. Many offer full kitchens and spacious living quarters, along with cable or satellite TV and DVD players to entertain you on a lazy day.

Outdoorsy types love Wenatchee

If you're an outdoorsy type, make your way to Adventure Wenatchee. Not only can you join in a number of recreation tours, including bird watching and hiking, but you can also engage in plenty of fun activities. Hop aboard a whitewater raft and make your way down the Wenatchee River. Grab a mountain bike and find your way up Sage Hill. Play some golf or simply take a walk and marvel in the splendor of this great American beauty. There's a mall in town, as well as several indie boutiques that are perfect if you've got to scratch that shopping itch.

Journey back in time in downtown Wenatchee

Start your day with a bit of nature, courtesy of the Ohme Gardens County Park. Its stone pathways are lined with brilliant gardens and woodsy areas that provide the perfect spot for a picnic. Dig into the history of the place at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center, which is home to countless local and regional exhibits that explore the city's Native American roots. Or take a trip back in time at the Rocky Beach Museum of the Columbia, where you'll experience life as a settler and a Native American in the old west.

In the rivers and beneath the shadows

Wenatchee is situated where the Columbia and Wenatchee Rivers meet. In the distance, the peaks of the Cascade mountain range appear magnificently along the skyline. Given its proximity to both water and mountain, it's an especially stunning city. Take a walk along the 11-mile Apple Capital Loop Trail and enjoy the stunning waterfront views. There are plenty of parks throughout town, too. Avid fishermen rely on the crisp waters to provide excellent trout, salmon, and bass at almost any time of year. If you're seeking wildlife, you'll find elk, bear, and big horn sheep if you look closely enough.