- The list below includes 34 free or cheap things to do in or near Wenatchee, Washington, including 26 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, National & State Parks, Walking Trails and Movie Theaters.
- From Ohme Gardens to Riverfront Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Wenatchee and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Leavenworth, Cashmere and Peshastin.
This is a seasonal venue closed during the winter. They do offer guided tours, group rates and private party events. The calendar of events does include a concert schedule. There are natural gardens, lakes, waterfalls, an outdoor fireplace and campfire pit. No Wheelchair or stroller access available on trails.
This day use riverfront park has 31-acres of open space, a 2 lane boat launch, day use moorage, picnic areas, event areas, restrooms, a 1.1 mile shoreline walking trail, and a 'special event' mini-railroad along with Xeriscape gardens.
This 10 mile bike loop trail that runs along the Columbia River gets year round use with walking, skating, joggers, cross country skiing, snowshoers and features a water front park on one side and a diverse natural habitat on the other.
Within walking distance of the Horan Nature area, Wenatchee Confluence Sate Park has 197-acres of wetlands on one end and grassy areas with shade, sports fields, a roped off river swim beach, boat launch and camping facilities on the other. Muskrats and Beavers are among the viewable wildlife.
Wenatchee National Forest is a 4,000,000 acre forest attraction that has stunning mountainous and cascading backdrops. This is definitely the place for camping and hiking with your family and friends. Be sure to bring your high-definition digital camera to capture the memory of geographical range of nature.
Consisting mostly of grass fields, Rotary Park provides open areas suitable for picnics, playing and other open field recreational activities. The park offers a paved walking path with park benches as well as picnic shelters and a disc golf course.
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Highway 2 to North Dryden Road, Wenatchee, WA MoreLess Info
Peshastin Pinnacles State Park is an outdoor attraction located in Wenatchee, Washington. It possesses stunning mountainous scenery, perfect for those enjoy hiking. If you are looking for a place to work out, I would recommend this to be a great start because there is a lot of climbing and access to trails.
Located on the Columbia River, Walla Walla Point Park is situated on 70 acres and features softball and soccer fields along with tennis and volleyball courts. The park also has a children's playground, walking trails, picnic facilities and swimming areas.
Supporting the local farms, Pybus Public Market is an indoor street market that sells fresh produce. In addition to produce, there is a butcher, tea shop, cheese vendors, regional wines, and fresh baked pastries to purchase.
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127 S. Mission, Wenatchee, WA 98807 MoreLess Info
This museum has exhibits that represent the history of the mid-Columbia Valley dating back to the ice age. The Coyote's Corner hands-on children's learning center has exhibits about the 3 ecosystems in the area, and a model of the Great Northern Railway as it crossed the Cascades.