- TripBuzz found 36 things to do with kids in or near Wenatchee, Washington, including 21 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Leavenworth, Cashmere, Peshastin and Chelan.
- From Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort to Bobber Down Guide Service, the Wenatchee area offers 28 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Parks, National & State Parks and Walking Trails.
- Situated at the confluence of the Wenatchee and Columbia Rivers, Wenatchee, WA lies at the foothills of the Cascade mountain range. Wenatchee is also known as the 'Apple Capital of the World' due to the number of apple orchards in its valleys. Outdoor attractions include Squilchuck State Park, Mission Ridge, and Stevens Pass among many others.
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95% 110 votes
7500 Mission Ridge Road, Wenatchee, WA 98801 MoreLess Info
The lodge has drinks and food to re-energize and warm up, while the 2,000-acre 6,820-foot elevation mountain resort has 36 designated trails for skiing and boarding. The runs include bowls, chutes, and tree lined glades. Mission Ridge offers day care, lessons, rentals and group packages.
100% 1 votes
Wenatchee, WA 98801 MoreLess Info
Organizing excursions to nearby lakes, rivers, and hatcheries, Bobber Down Guide Service provides visitors with the opportunity to catch fish like salmon and steelhead. The captain takes visitors through rivers that run through scenic mountain canyons.
93% 130 votes
Two 5th Avenue, Wenatchee, WA MoreLess Info
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.
89% 97 votes
Highway 2 East, Wenatchee, WA MoreLess Info
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.
78% 37 votes
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.
67% 3 votes
1807 Mulberry Ln, Wenatchee, WA 98801 MoreLess Info
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.
100% 3 votes
111 S Mission Street, Wenatchee, WA 98801 MoreLess Info
A historic, vintage-style movie house, the Liberty Theatre shows an array of foreign, independent, and art house films. The theater also serves a variety of refreshments, including popcorn and soda.
73% 15 votes
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.
100% 1 votes
1351 Walla Walla Avenue, Wenatchee, WA 98801 MoreLess Info
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.
94% 199 votes
Wenatchee, WA MoreLess Info
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.