The good news is… the RV slots here are spaced far apart. The bad news is… this park is located in the middle of a city (Wenatchee). However, the park is so beautiful you don’t really notice that you are in the middle of a city. Wenatchee Confluence State Park is located at the “confluence” of the Wenatchee River and the Columbia River.
Site number 15 is right on the “confluence.” All slots are paved, with FULL hookup (30 amp electricity), to include a sewer connection at each site. Each site has a nice metal picnic table, great fire pit, and a spacious sandy tent pad. Plus, there is lots of grass near each site. The sites near the river have the most “acreage” per site. At those sites, you can have a family reunion and it won’t interfere with the neighbors. However, there is still a great amount of space between RV sites at the non-river places. TV reception is ok, some good channels, some snowy channels.
There is a very nice bike path through the park. The brochure indicates there is a swimming beach, but I only stayed one night and didn’t check out the beach area. There is also a play area for children. There are a total of 59 sites, of which 8 are “standard” (no hookups), the rest (51) full hookup. Some of the slots are wide half-circle, some are straight back-in. There is also a group kitchen and group camping site available by reservation. The brochure claims the group camp area can accommodate from 20 to 300 people.
The park was a little difficult to find, the signs were not well marked. However, it was the most well-kept STATE park I have ever seen!