Daroga State Park RV & Campground Guide


Daroga State Park features mauve-colored hills that rise from the Columbia River and meet the beautiful, glassy Lake Entiat below. Orondo, Washington, is about 6 miles south of the state park, and it is around 20 miles from Chelan. The 127-acre camping park features 1.5 miles of Columbia River shoreline on the elevated edge of the desert scablands. Travelers love to take in the dramatic and impressive views of the mountains, the beach, green lawns, and mature oak trees. Breathe in the fresh scent of sage and desert flowers as you walk across the beautiful land. When visiting, you'll enjoy the mild to warm temperatures, but the nights tend to get a bit chilly; in winter, it can go below freezing. 

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Spring 35-75 F
Summer 55-93 F
Fall 35-81 F
Winter 28-45 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Daroga State Park

No matter when you visit Daroga State Park, an RV is the ideal home base, and it will keep you comfortable and rested during your stay. If you don't own an RV, consider renting one from RVshare.com, where you can choose from a variety of sizes and models to fit your family's needs. 

Daroga State Park

Daroga State Park offers 28 RV sites that can accommodate any size of rig. There are walk-in tent spaces available as well. Firewood and ice can be purchased in the park for your convenience. Boaters with a launch permit or Discover Pass will have access to the two boat ramps, which provide an entryway to the Columbia River.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: No

  • Wi-Fi: No

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: Restrooms, shower, RV dump station

Lakeshore RV Park

Lakeshore RV Park is a large area among beautiful mature pine and oak trees that spreads alongside the lake. The campground offers 163 RV sites that accommodate 40-foot-long RVs. It's beside the large city park playground and beach where you can go swimming or relax.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi: Yes

  • Pet-friendly: Yes, but only at certain times of the year

  • Other amenities: Cable TV, dump station, showers, restrooms

Beebe Bridge Park

Beebe Bridge Park is 4 miles east of Chelan. The 56-acre campground holds 46 sites for tents as well as RVs up to 60 feet long. There is a dump station, picnic shelters, and a swimming area. Other amenities include cable TV, horseshoe pits, playground equipment, and a shoreline trail.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: No

  • Wi-Fi: No

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: Boat launch, tennis courts, restrooms, showers

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What to Do at
Daroga State Park

Inside Daroga State Park

Daroga State Park has a 150-foot dock where anglers can try catching freshwater fish or tie off a boat. Water sport enthusiasts will love water skiing, swimming, boating, and so much more. The park offers 2 miles of biking and hiking trails where you can view wildlife and go bird-watching. There is a variety of sports fields, two basketball courts, and two tennis courts for athletic travelers to enjoy. There is also a playground for children to get rid of some energy and meet new campground friends.

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How to Get to
Daroga State Park

From Orondo, head north on U.S. Highway 97 toward Dewie Drive for about 6 miles, and then turn left onto South Daroga Park Lane. The state park is on the right-hand side of the road.

From Chelan, head east on Johnson Avenue toward North Sanders Street, and turn right. Follow North Sanders Street for 325 feet and turn left onto East Woodin Avenue. Make a right onto Washington Highway 150 and travel for about 3 miles. Then, turn right onto U.S. Highway 97 South and follow it for about 16 miles. Turn right onto South Daroga Park Lane, and the state park will be on the right.

Entering Daroga State Park

Daroga State Park is open from 6:30 a.m. until dusk in the summer. The park is closed from October 1st – April 1st.

Daroga State Park Discover Pass, One-Day pass : $10.0

Per vehicle, 1-4 adults

Daroga State Park Discover Pass, Annual pass : $30.0

Per vehicle, 1-4 adults

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Frequently Asked Questions About Daroga State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Daroga State Park?

Although it can be a great place to visit any time of the year, spring or fall are the best times to travel to Daroga State Park. These seasons offer a nice balance between low crowds and moderate temperatures.

What is the climate of Daroga State Park?

The climate in Daroga State Park is characterized by hot, dry summers and cool, wet winters. The climate is influenced by the ocean, its weather system, and the nearby mountains.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Daroga State Park?

The Park has a large variety of wildlife, including multiple types of mammals, reptiles, and birds. Some common species that call the park home include cottontail rabbits, deer, foxes, raccoons, and squirrels.

Are pets allowed at Daroga State Park?

Pets are allowed in some areas of the park. Pets must be leashed and under control, and owners must clean up after their pets at all times. All pet waste must be placed in a trash receptacle.

Is Daroga State Park accessible for disabled visitors?

Yes, Daroga State Park is fully accessible for disabled visitors. All trails at this park have wheelchair access and accessible restrooms. There are few trail challenges, such as steep grades, elevation changes, or rocky terrain.