2014 Forest River Wildwood
2014 Forest River Wildwood
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The city of Leavenworth is often referred to as a "Bavarian Village." Situated in the center of the Pacific Northwest, it will feel as though you have been transported to the heart of Germany, with the unique architecture drawing travelers from all over the country and beyond. Rent an RV in Chelan County and set out on an a great adventure. Although the village itself is a huge draw, there are also plenty of nearby trails to explore.
The Wenatchee River winds its way through town, offering countless opportunities for rafting and floating, with the stunning Cascade Mountains as a beautiful background. Located just over 100 miles from Seattle, it is easily reachable, and the closest towns of Wenatchee, Cashmere, and Orondo all make good day trips.
If you want to get away from it all without going very far at all, then Waterfront Park is the place to head. The park is nestled along the banks of the Wenatchee River, just a few blocks from downtown. It is a haven for bird watchers with a huge range of species calling the banks and water their home. Hop into an inner tube and enjoy the refreshing water as it takes you downstream. In the winter months, strap on your snowshoes or skis and enjoy the winter wonderland that Waterfront Park transforms into, without straying too far from your Leavenworth travel trailer rental.
Enchantment Park is also within the town and is where the majority of sporting activities take place thanks to the many sporting fields and courts. There is also a bike park, skateboard park, and playground. There are a few scenic trails that link this park directly with Waterfront Park, while Enchantment Trail, Bear Trail, Rafters Trail, and Deer Trail are all other options that will take you through the unspoiled countryside around the town.
Travel just 20 minutes from town in your motorhome rental from Leavenworth, and you'll find yourself standing in front of one of the most picturesque lakes in Washington. Lake Wenatchee State Park covered 489 acres, with the river dividing it into 2 sections. South Park is where people tend to camp, swim and follow the trails on horseback, while North Park has remained less developed, and where it is easy to get lost in the forest and have stunning views of the lake.
Leavenworth RV park is open all year round with the stunning Cascade mountains as a backdrop. The campground sits in 300 acres of beautiful forest and meadow. Alpine Trout Lake and Otter Pond provide the perfect conditions for kayaking and paddle boating, or there are over seven miles of trails in the Preserve just waiting to be explored. The resort offers many amenities including a clubhouse, mini-golf, playground, laundry facilities, and much more.
Leavenworth/ Pine Village KOA is also located nearby and is a good option for your luxury motorhome rental from Leavenworth. This camping resort is located along the Wenatchee River at the base of the Cascades. The park offers family fun along with peaceful nights under the stars. This KOA has big rig friendly sites which are full hookups plus free shuttles on the weekends into the city.
Another option is Alpine View RV Park. In addition to stunning vistas of the Cascade Mountains from your rental RV, it is less than a mile to the Bavarian Downtown of Leavenworth. There are full and partial hookups available, as well as some pull-thru sites situated in a pet-friendly environment with fire pits and picnic tables so visitors can enjoy a cozy evening around the fire with the family.
There is no point getting an RV rental from Leavenworth without exploring the town a little first, and with so many attractions, you may even up staying a while. Take a step back in time and discover the history of Leavenworth. You can learn all about the town's pioneering roots and about the American Indians that once called the valley their home at the town museum. For a more unique experience, the town is home to the largest nutcracker museum in the US, displaying over 6000 nutcrackers!
The area has a burgeoning wine and distillery scene, with a range of craft beer and liquor brewers in addition to large wineries. There are four distilleries and breweries in the area, all of which offer tastings, displays, food, and more. If wine is more your thing, then you are in the right place, with seven wineries all within easy reach from town. Just imagine sitting in a vineyard setting, admiring the valley views with a glass of some of the finest wine in the region in your hand.
Thanks to the warm weather in the summer and then the crisper shoulder seasons, the region is ideal for growing a range of produce. A great day trip is visiting one of the town's many farms, lots of which have farm shops and pick your own options available. Alternatively, visit the Leavenworth Community Farmers' Market, open every Thursday in the summer months, to meet the local farmers and enjoy the live music. There is no better time to rent a motorhome in Leavenworth and set off on an amazing adventure with family or friends.