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Lincoln Rock State Park lies at the heart of Washington, a few miles north from the town of Wenatchee, where Routes 2, 97, and 28 meet. Less than a three-hour drive from both Spokane and Seattle, Lincoln Rock State Park is a perfect summer retreat for those renting an RV to escape the big cities.

Mauve crops and rocky outcrops envelop the park. One rock in particular, which has been known by Native Americans for hundreds of years, resembles the profile of Abraham Lincoln, after whom the park is named. The rocks themselves are not strictly within the boundaries of the state park but are the main attraction of the park that provides a stunning platform on which to view them.

With copious amounts of lush green lawns and access to the freshwater lakes, there are unlimited opportunities to get out and about in the great outdoors when you book an RV in Douglas County.

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Getting Outdoors

With thousands of feet of freshwater shoreline on your doorstep when you camp in Lincoln Rock State Park, there are a plethora of water-based activities to enjoy. For those that have their own boat, take advantage of the boat moorage space and launch ramp. Mooring space can be reserved in advance from May until September; for the rest of the year, it is first-come-first-served. Once out of the lake you can spend your time water skiing, tubing or even jet skiing.

Fishing enthusiasts with a Wenatchee camper rental will be pleased to know that Lake Entiat is a popular spot for day fishing. Species such as bass, steelhead and trout frequent the area, and are all up for grabs. Make sure to get yourself a fishing license if you have your own boat, or rent a boat from one of the touts along the shoreline.

Lincoln State Park is the ideal getaway for those that love completing a trail in the great outdoors. With more than twenty miles of trails within the park, there are endless walking and cycling opportunities to be had when camping with an RV in Lincoln Rock State Park. Home to the rocky beach trail, a relatively easy-going, multi-use and ADA-accessible trail, there is truly something for everyone here. For a longer hike, consider completing the Apple Capital Loop Trail that takes walkers on a scenic journey through the Wenatchee Valley.

Whilst in the park, keep a lookout for some of the unique flora and fauna that inhabits these landscapes all year round. If you keep quiet during your walks, you will have the chance to see small mammals such as muskrats, or even some larger, lesser-seen mammals such as deer. Moreover, eagles and herons can often be seen circling above Lake Entiat, in search of their next feed!

Camping at Lincoln Rock State Park

When you rent an RV near Lincoln Rock State Park, you will need somewhere to park it up for the night. Luckily, there is a well-maintained campground situated within the realms of the park.

This 80-acre campground is home to over 70 utility campsites that can accommodate rigs of any size with pull-thru or back-in entry. Nearly half of these sites provide full hookups for your RV rental, and the rest have electricity and water supplies. For those that would rather use the campsites facilities, there are modern washroom amenities that come complete with flush toilets and hot showers, several of which are ADA-accessible.

As well as all of the modern camping conveniences, there are plenty of additional facilities to be enjoyed within the campground. Within walking distance of all of the sites is a swimming beach that can be used during the day, an amphitheater that provides interpretive workshops, a store with firewood and ice and a handful of volleyball courts and tennis courts to be enjoyed.

Exploring the Area

If you are looking to escape the midday heat and indulge in a few city attractions, head downriver to Wenatchee, a relatively large town with a charming selection of shops, museums, and galleries.

One of the biggest attractions in Wenatchee is the Pybus Public Market that is open for an impressive seven days a week! Whether you are searching for some freshly baked, artisan loaves or the best local cheese money can buy, you will find a stall that caters to your needs here! Organized in a covered, outdoor space, this market supports over 50 farms that operate in the area. Visit on a Friday night to see the town come alive with a show of live music by local musicians!

When you’ve had your fill of local produce, head round the corner to the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Centre, this volunteer-led organization consists of two historic three-story buildings, both built in the early 20th century. Housing a variety of exhibits that tell the history of the area, starting as early as the Ice Age, this certainly is an extensive museum that can occupy the whole family for an afternoon.

For any golfing enthusiasts with a rental RV here, take a drive to the Highlander Golf Club just a few miles downstream. This premier golfing course welcomes golfers of all ability levels, however, do bear in mind, that it is a relatively challenging course. Carved into the limestone cliffs, visitors will not only benefit from a well-designed course but can also enjoy unrivaled views of the Columbia River.

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