- TripBuzz found 40 things to do with kids in or near Cashmere, Washington, including 33 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Leavenworth, Wenatchee, Peshastin and Chelan.
- From Brian's Bulldog Pizza & Bowling to Chelan County Museum & Pioneer Village, the Cashmere area offers 28 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Rafting, Bowling and Food Shops.
- Located in the center of the state of Washington, Cashmere has its roots in tree farming. Today, many fruit products are produced here including candies. Also surrounded by the Cascade Mountains and numerous bodies of water, the town provides for an array of outdoor activities such as fishing, mountain biking and wildlife watching.
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Pioneer and Native American history forms the basis of the collection at the Chelan County Museum & Pioneer Village. Exhibits focus on the art and historical items of the group while the Pioneer Village brings history to life with historic buildings open for exploration.
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117 Mission Avenue, Cashmere, WA 98815 MoreLess Info
Founded by two Armenian immigrants, Aplets & Cotlets Candy Kitchen & Country Store is the original creator of Aplets and Cotlets. Visitors can take tours of the factory and even enjoy samples of the candy treats before purchasing their own in the store area.
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300 Riverside Dr., Cashmere, WA 98815 MoreLess Info
With Alpine Adventures Wenatchee River Rafting, visitors can brave Class III to Class IV whitewater rapids on a raft with an experienced instructor. Prior to the trip, visitors will receive training on the basic commands and techniques of rafting.
Offering both a relaxing river float and an adventurous white water rafting expedition, Action Rafting Company offers beautiful trips down the Cascade Mountain River for scenic views and memorable adventures.
Also known as the Cashmere Museum and Pioneer Village, the Chelan County Museum is devoted to preserving and celebrating local history and culture. The museum includes railroad and other artifacts, as well as a recreation of a pioneer era village.
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.
Rafting, River Kayaking, Stand Up Paddling River Trips and River Guide Training are all offered at Wildwater River Guides. Rivers toured include the Wenatchee, Skykomish, White Salmon, Teiton, Green, Skagit River Whitewater, Skagit River Eagles, and Toutle Rivers. There are tours for all skill levels.
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.