The best camping near Lincoln Rock State Park

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River's Edge Escape & Fish Camp

8 sites · RVs, Tents4 acres · Ellensburg, WA
With 300ft of private waterfront river access across 4 acres, River's Edge provides easy access to the best fly fishing in Washington state. There are endless opportunities to relax, fish and enjoy a quiet stretch of the Yakima River. Complete with 4 RV hook-ups offering 30/50 AMP + water service and 4 tent only sites, you can enjoy this slice of unique Washington wonderland with your whole family. Rustic and remote, you will feel instant peace and relaxation as you arrive. Just over an hour east of Seattle sits our beautiful property. It's an easy and beautiful drive on I-90 all the way, then a short drive to the property. Being on the east side of the Cascades, this campground is almost always sunnier than the city, warmer in the summer, and snowier in the winter. But the riverfront is where the true magic is. Fly fishing and bird watching heaven! Many hours have been spent relaxing in, on, or near the river with friends, family, and dogs. It's always changing, always alive, and that's why we love it. If you need supplies, groceries or a restaurant, the town of Ellensburg is just 13 minutes away, and the fun town of Cle Elum/Suncadia resort with its restaurants and the Swiftwater Winery, is about 22 minutes away. Remote yet connected! Our property amenities include a shared, central fire pit & gazebo/table/chairs for all guests to use. There is a flush toilet available on site (however no shower or laundry access). Our site is intentionally rustic and we can't wait to share it with others who love being outdoors with nature. Suggested Packing list: River shoes, bug spray, sun hat, suncreen, camping chairs, binoculars, layers (it can go from chilly to blazing and back again), a good book, board games, s'more supplies, floaties/life jackets, leashes/poop bags.
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Earthlight Camping

8 sites · RVs, Tents180 acres · Entiat, WA
!!!ROAD IMPROVEMENT READY!!!  Come enjoy our land with a new road. After months of waiting for our road to be improved we finally did it! No need to drive on bumpy roads no more ;)  WE GUARANTEE YOU THERE WONT BE ANY OTHER CAMPERS AT YOUR DESIGNATED CAMPGROUND, 20 ACRES JUST FOR YOU.  This is a camper's dream with 100% privacy and no other "camp site neighbors".  From the moment you turn off from the main road, you will experience magic, as the colorful fields on either side lead you to one of the best views of Columbia river, the snowy mountain tops behind, and the vast valley beneath. Once you reach the land, the views are meant just for you, as there is peace and tranquility of pure nature all around. Sit on our swing, or in your RV, hike the 180 acres of land, or just soak in the amazing 360 degree views of mellow sunrises, all the way to the fiery sunsets, as the wildlife around you joins your day.Short ride away, you can also visit numerous award-winning wineries, swim in lake Chelan, hike the vast nature, golf, and enjoy all what the Columbia River Valley has to offer. Over 180 acres of land on top of the canyon, you will hardly get better views anywhere else in the state. Completely unobstructed views of the Columbia River the the furthest horizon you can imagine. One of the most magical places to find tranquility and a lot of activities to do. Disclaimers: - Drone flying is allowed inside our property. If you wish to fly a drone please let me know so I can send you a full map of all of our property. You will have 180 acres to fly it. 
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Fat Pony Farm

3 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · Quincy, WA
We are a small husband and wife run rustic hobby farm located minutes from I90 and The Gorge Ampitheater. We raise chickens, quail and occasionally larger livestock. We have a working LGD on site so although we are pet friendly, we do ask that your pet is leashed at all times. We have a large kennel, approximately 30' by 40' with an 8x10 shed that can be used for larger dogs who need some off leash time while on the property. This area is first come first served and no additional charge. We are surrounded by fields of farmland. "Quiet time" for us is most every day, all day however because we have no control over when harvest for local crops needs to occur, please be aware that farm machinery may be harvesting late into the night or start very early in the morning. For the summer of 2024 we have potatoes, canola and alfalfa in the surrounding fields. Local attractions include: Wild Horse Monument & Gingko Petrified Forest are about 15 miles west on I90. Several wineries within a 20 min drive, Moses Lake/Sand dunes 30-45 min drive east on I90 Leavenworth Bavarian Village 60-90 min depending on traffic
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Sasquatch Villa

3 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · Chelan Falls, WA
Welcome to the number one Hipcamp in the area…Experience the beauty of Lake Chelan from our private sites located on a mountain with stunning views of the rolling hills. Our secluded location, just one mile up a well kept dirt road, provides a tranquil escape. For those seeking adventure, we offer a private lookout trail up a small mountain, offering the best vantage point to admire Lake Chelan and the Columbia River. Solar lights enhance the ambiance at night, including propane fire pits, creating a cool and inviting atmosphere. Our location is conveniently situated, with Beebe Park on the Columbia River only 10 minutes away and Lake Chelan just 20 minutes away. You'll have easy access to everything the valley has to offer. Want to plan something special? Want to pull off a surprise engagement? Let us know how we can help. Please note that if you choose tent camping, portable toilets are required to ensure convenience and hygiene. Come and discover the wonders of Lake Chelan at our private sites.
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The Lakes

8 sites · RVs, Tents60 acres · Manson, WA
We purchased this 60+ acre property in 2004 as an apple orchard. We still maintain 12 acres of the orchard and replaced the rest with grape vines several years ago. This peaceful location with surrounding mountains, lakes and nature will make you want to call it home. Whether you are planning on spending your time relaxing, wine tasting, hiking, fishing, hunting or a little bit of everything this camp site is just minutes from it all.
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Masabaje Camp

5 sites · Lodging, Tents20 acres · Ellensburg, WA
Purchased in 2013 after a fire came through the area. We've spent the last 7 years regenerating the land, planting trees, building our house and collecting places for people to rest their heads. Masabaje is the first two letters of each of our parents names (Margaret, Sandy, Barry, Jerry). We offer four listings - a converted schoolbus, an Airstream, retro trailer, and tent spot. Meet Birdy, a semi-converted Blue Bird school bus with a comfortable queen mattress, couch, two recliners, dry kitchen, cooking utensils, and camp stove. There is access to a toilet, shower and sink (clean up area) in back room of main house (about a 4 minute walk). Birdy sits at "Top Pond", farthest from the house in a super quiet and private spot. You must bring your own bedding or sleeping bags, pillows, etc. (available here for an additional fee). There is no electricity available in Birdy. Devices can be charged up at the house. There is also no heater in Birdy, overnight temperatures in September and October can dip down into the mid-low 40's or lower. Meet Tin Man, we found him after he had been in an accident. We bandaged him up and he became the first place to sleep when we bought our empty land. He has a comfortable double mattress, couch, chair, kitchen, cooking utensils, and two burner stove. There is access to a toilet, shower and sink (clean up area) in back room of main house (about a 30 second walk). Tin Man sits on our driveway round-a-bout and is closest to the house. You must bring your own bedding or sleeping bags, pillows, etc. (available here for an additional fee). Ellensburg is known for its wind and our land is just down from a wind farm. We cannot control the wind, but Birdy sits in a pretty wind protected oasis. We are less than 2 hours from Seattle, 1 hour to Yakima wine country, 40 minutes to Vantage, 40 minutes to Leavenworth, 50 minutes to Snoqualmie Pass, 15 minutes to Ellensburg, 25 minutes to Roslyn, 25 minutes to Yakima River Canyon for floating and hiking, and so much more!
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Silver Ridge Ranch & Campground

81 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents22 acres · Easton, WA
Silver Ridge Ranch is located on 22 acres in the base of the Cascade mountains. There are 45 RV Sites, 35 tent sites including 3 Glamping Tents, 8 lodge rooms, a full Lodge for rent, and horse corrals at many of the sites. You can ride your horse, or hike right from the property, enjoy swimming, boating, and fishing at nearby Lake Easton and Lake Kachess. Refer to Campground Map for Site # and location. Take a short day trip to Roslyn, WA most noted for the filming of the Northern Exposure series. Roslyn was founded in 1886 as a coal mining company town. During the 20th century, the town gradually transitioned away from coal, and today its economy is primarily based on forestry and tourism. Don't forget to visit The Roslyn Cafe and The Brick. Another fun day trip is to Snoqualmie Falls one of Washington state's most popular scenic attractions. Approximately 45 minute drive from Easton. More than 1.5 million visitors come to the Falls every year. At the falls, you will find a two-acre park, gift shop, observation deck, the Salish Lodge and the famous 270 foot waterfall.
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Camp Koinonia

26 sites · RVs, Tents111 acres · Cle Elum, WA
Camp Koinonia includes access to a full court basketball court, trout fishing pond, fun zone area for kids, heated pool June 1-Sept 30 and 80 acres of hiking trails. We also have an escape room, kayaks with lifeguard, slingshots when staff are available. Amenities are based on staffing. If you are curious what options will be available please contact the host. August & September all amenities are offered. Wood is not included but is for sale. There is a sledding/tubing hill perfect for the kids. Our property also has large areas to explore including snowshoe trails.Accommodations range from camp sites, to cabins - along with RV sites. All of our listings allow pets, campfires (when burn bans are not in place), and have toilets. Guests love staying here: "This was a great stay. So much for the kids to do and explore- fishing pond, canoes, jungle gym, life size chess, trails, teepee. Kevin was overly accommodating and available for any needs/ questions. Our trailer even got a flat tire the day we tried to leave and him and his friend helped us change the tire before leaving that day. We will stay here again!"
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Heron's Rookery

1 site · RV, Tent38 acres · Cle Elum, WA
Beautiful private 0.4-acre property right on the Yakima river and located within the Elk Meadows Community. Plenty of shade, fire pit, picnic table, electricity, and water. Grey water or compostable sewage only. Great for a place to RV, and also plenty of flat grassy space for tent camping. Just off I-90 between Easton and Cle Elum. If you are looking for a peaceful riverfront getaway, here's your spot!
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Summerhill Farm and RV Park

60 sites · RVs, Tents160 acres · Chelan, WA
Nestled in the foothills above Lake Chelan, Summerhill Farm was one of the original homesteads in the Valley.Our RV park offers a true farm stay experience surrounded by apple orchards, u-pick berries, pumpkins, produce.
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The Plain Valley

6 sites · RVs, Tents8 acres · Leavenworth, WA
Welcome to The Plain Valley, an idyllic 8-acre property nestled between the charming town of Plain, WA, and the tranquil Wenatchee River. Our serene setting, with its open field and small stand of pine trees, provides a peaceful camping experience. Please note that our campsite is dry, meaning you'll need to bring your own restroom facilities and water supply. However, a water hose is available on-site for refilling purposes. Additionally, for those moments when you're feeling parched, we have a microbrewery conveniently located on the premises. Escape to The Plain Valley for a quiet retreat surrounded by nature's beauty.
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Whistlin' Pine Ranch Resort

15 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents500 acres · Pateros, WA
Exquisitely beautiful area formed by melting glaciers forming the "Alta Coulee". The campground is situated at the South end of Alta Lake, opened in 1946 and operated by my Grandparents until 1980 when my father decided to continue operations, adding Outfitting and Guide services into the Pasayten and Sawtooth Wilderness areas. Covid put a halt on business for a few years but we are making some gradual upgrades and changes to offer camping and horseback riding experiences again. The lake is 220 acres known to Anglers near and far. Plenty of room for the sunseekers wanting to play in the water on paddle boards, kayaks, jet skis, and water skiing. An 18-hole Golf Course resides at the North end of the lake and white water rafting just a few miles down the hill on the Methow River. We will offer guided horseback rides by the hour on site for the season 2024. Must book in advance. Free Wifi available near the office only.
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The best camping near Lincoln Rock State Park guide

Overview

About

Want 20+ miles of biking trails? Yeah, that's here. How about a playground for the kids? Yup. Boat ramps (really nice ones at that)? Sure.

Seriously, this state park north of Wenatchee may be small, but it's packed with all the stuff you want. Soccer fields, baseball diamonds, volleyball courts, tennis courts, and basketball courts give you the fun of an urban park.

Plus there's geocaching, water skiing, hiking along the Rocky Reach Dam, fishing on Lake Entiat. All the fun, all in one place. Not to mention a rock that looks like Abraham Lincoln's face (well, that's what they claim).

Wanna stay the night? You've got a zillion choices here, too. Full-hookup sites for your RV or partial hookups. Tent camping. Not to mention 12 cabins (8 of them deluxe). There is also a group campground that holds up to 50.

Notable campgrounds

  • Standard Campsites offer a traditional camping experience with the convenience of nearby restrooms and showers.
  • Partial and Full Hookup Sites cater to RVs and trailers, providing the comforts of home in a natural setting.
  • Group Camp accommodates up to 50 people, perfect for large gatherings, with amenities like a picnic shelter and BBQ brazier.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book early, especially for peak summer months, as sites fill up quickly due to the park's popularity.
  • Consider mid-week stays for better availability and a quieter camping experience.
  • Check for cancellations regularly, as last-minute openings can provide unexpected opportunities.
  • Explore nearby camping options to ensure you have a backup plan if the park is fully booked.

When to go

The best time to visit Lincoln Rock State Park is from late spring to early fall, when the weather is warm and all facilities are open. Winter offers a serene landscape, but some amenities may be limited. Avoid holiday weekends if you prefer a quieter visit, as the park is a popular destination.

Know before you go

  • Ensure you have a Discover Pass or a Chelan PUD Public Power Benefit Day Use Parking Pass for park entry.
  • Check the park's alert system for burn bans and other important updates before your visit.
  • Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a leash at all times within the park boundaries.
  • Recreational licenses are required for fishing and shellfish harvesting, available through the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
  • Accessible facilities are available, including campsites, restrooms, and trails, ensuring an inclusive experience for all visitors.

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