Glacier View Campgroound
For those in small campers or tents, this campground is a gem! There are 23 sites, many of them are walk in sites, but many others offer private, peaceful lakeside access. Being the last campground on the south side of Lake Wenatchee makes it a little more remote to reach and results in less traffic and a more peaceful experience than other Lake Wenatchee campgrounds. The parking pads are small though, and if you have anything bigger than a truck camper you will likely be out of luck. There is potable water and vault toilets available. We snagged the last site that we could fit in, site 18, and we loved it. It was tiered into the hillside with the picnic table area down from the parking area, and some secluded lakeside access just down from that. A private feeling within a big campground. Great kayaking spot!
Getting Here: From Leavenworth, WA, travel southwest on US-2 West for 15.1 miles. Turn right onto WA-207 North and go 3.6 miles. Turn left onto Cedar Brae Road and go 0.3 mile. Turn left to stay on Cedar Brae Road/South Shore Road for 4.8 miles to end of road and the campground.
Nearby Hikes, Bikes & Other Sights.....
For something nearby to do, check out our page on Lake Wenatchee State Park which has information on Sugarloaf Lookout. Just Click Here