Nestled in Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Lake Creek (Entiat River) Campground offers visitors some of the stunning scenery in sunny central Washington and easy access to an abundance of recreational activities, such as hiking, dirt biking and mountain biking.
Hiking, horse riding, mountain biking and dirt biking top the list of recreation activities in the area. Three different trails start adjacent to the campground and are open to most activities. The Silver Falls National Recreation Trail is a short drive up the river and provides a great family hike to spectacular waterfalls. Backpackers and horse riders can enjoy the trails of the Glacier Peak Wilderness from the Entiat River Trailhead approximately 12 miles from the campground.
Lake Creek (Entiat River) Campground offers sites that accommodate both tent and RV camping, however hookups are not available. Picnic areas, trails and scenic overlooks, along with the conveniences of firewood (available at Silver Falls), drinking water and CXT vault toilets, give visitors the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors while still having many of the conveniences of home.
Many of the sites overlook the Entiat River as it cascades down the valley to meet the Columbia. The open forest provides plenty of sunshine and diverse habitat that supports deer, bears, coyotes and many other creatures. Salmon and steelhead still use the Entiat as spawning grounds.
Silver Falls National Scenic Trail provides a one and a half mile loop hike to a large waterfall. Hundreds of miles of multiple use trails are accessible from nearby trailheads. Entiat National Fish Hatchery is at mile six on the Entiat River Road and welcomes visitors in the summer. The tourist destinations of Chelan and Leavenworth are a relatively short drive away.
From north side of Wenatchee, WA, travel approximately 14 miles on Highay 97A to the junction with Chelan County Highway 19 (Entiat River Road), turn left. Travel approximately 27.4 miles on Entiat Rive Road, FS 5100 past mile 25, Lake Creek Campground will be on the left.
From south side of Chelan, WA, trave southl approximately 18 miles on Highway 97A, to the junction with Chelan County Highway 19 (Entiat River Road), turn right. Travel approximately 27.4 miles on Entiat Rive Road, FS 5100 past mile 25, Lake Creek Campground will be on the left.