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If you’re indecisive about what climate you prefer to travel to, consider booking a luxury motorhome rental to East Wenatchee. The area sits centrally within Washington covering arid desert, beach areas along the Columbia River, and alpine wilderness in the Cascade Mountains. You’ll get a little bit of everything depending on your needs.

You’ll notice the importance of the Columbia River to East Wenatchee and the surrounding areas. As a result, East Wenatchee, WA was the start of new-aged irrigation system at the beginning of the 20th Century. The original bridge built then to carry horses, wagons, people, and automobiles has been meticulously maintained and still stands today—truly a sight! With Seattle to the west and Spokane to the east, East Wenatchee is a great middle ground location to explore in your RV rental from East Wenatchee.

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The Great Outdoors

Named for our 16th president, Lincoln Rock State Park is nestled right in town on Lake Entiat. The park features a rock face that strangely resembles Mr. Abraham Lincoln. As if that weren’t enough to draw you in, perhaps the plethora of activities might. Community-based and well-kept, Lincoln Rock offers camping, sports fields, playgrounds, public swimming beach, and 20-miles of leisurely hiking.

For more outside fun, point your motorhome rental from East Wenatchee to Wenatchee. Here, is where you’ll find Mission Ridge, a popular ski and snowboard mountain. In the winter, this place draws in large crowds ready to hit any and all fresh powder. Snowshoeing is also allowed on designated trails. In warmer months, utilize Mission Ridge for hiking and mountain biking.

Now, we know not everyone wants to physically be in or on the mountains, so enjoy them from afar while you play some golf. Highlander Golf Course sits in the valley with booming mountains on all sides. Three holes are actually designed and carved into the cliffside above the Columbia River. A challenging course no doubt, but you will appreciate the Wenatchee Valley landscape.

If you’d prefer something a little more fast-paced, head over to Monitor in your RV rental. You’ll be able to whitewater raft on several local rivers through River Recreation for a half or full day. They even offer wine and beer tasting coupled with some of the best rafting in the state. What a way to spend the day!

Needless to say, East Wenatchee will keep your heart pumping throughout the day so you can sleep well for the next day’s excursions.

RV Parks

You will need a place to park your East Wenatchee luxury motorhome rental for a night or two, so consider staying in Lincoln Rock State Park where you will have quick access to everything the city and beyond offers. This park provides several partial and full hookup sites. You’ll also have full usage of the park, bathroom and shower facilities, fire pit, and BBQ brazier.

If you can settle for staying at one of several other parks within Douglas County, you won’t be disappointed. There’s a nice selection of options with varying amenities to suit your liking. From more rustic sites to well-established parks with everything, the Wenatchee Valley has you covered for short-term stays.

Exploring the City

East Wenatchee is a sleepy town with a handful of eateries and shops worth the look-see and taste, while Wenatchee is available for your pleasure as well. Luckily, the two towns are a mere six-minute drive apart, and a great day trip in your travel trailer rental from East Wenatchee.

Visit the Wenatchee Valley and learn about the history of the valley, all the towns that make it up, and the surrounding wilderness areas at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. Perfect for a rainy day outing and full of learning experiences sure to impress your friends back home.

Take advantage of the Pybus Public Market as a way to really interact with local residents to get a true feel for the area. This popular market brings together people from near and far to experience quality goods, foods, and other services all in one space. With over 20 year-round business tenants plus hosting a farmers market and artisan events, you know you’re in for a treat.

Both the Wenatchee and Malaga areas are home to a handful of wineries. If you’re feeling like wining and dining for an afternoon be sure to check which ones intrigue you and plan a visit. All wineries will take you through their respective processes while you sip.

If you are seeking an outdoor experience in the cool Washington air, consider a camper rental in East Wenatchee. Enjoy the local cuisine, watch a sunset, and take in the outstanding landscape. Rent an RV in East Wenatchee, WA and go explore!

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