Wenatchee Travel Guide
Welcome to Wenatchee!
Well known for its apple production, the town of Wenatchee is located in central Washington State. Boasting an average of 300 days of sunshine per year, the landscape surrounding Wenatchee lends itself easily to a wealth of outdoor activities that can be enjoyed year-round. The 75 acres of local parks provide venues for activities such as volleyball and badminton, in addition to swimming in the summer and skating in the winter. The Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center offers a glimpse into the rich Native American community, in addition to showcasing a number of local and national artists. Another Wenatchee attraction is Art on the Avenues, a collection of sculptures that are displayed prominently throughout the city and are rotated each year. The Apple Blossom Festival in April and the Harvest Festival in September are but two of the events that draw visitors from across the state and beyond to Wenatchee.
The Washigton Apple Comission Visitor Center gives guests information on the production of apples in Washington State.
Hotels & Motels
Located in historic downtown Wenatchee, the Coast Wenatchee Center Hotel is located near shopping and connected to the convention center.
Blue Sky Outfitters River Rafting offers rafting tours on the Wenatchee, Methow, Skykoish, White Salmon and Tieton Rivers.