Lincoln Rock State Park RV & Campground Guide


Settled amidst the rolling hills that adorn the Columbia River and in close proximity to Lake Entiat, Lincoln Rock State Park is a picturesque park that thrives on community involvement, enthusiasm for camping, and avid anglers utilizing the nearby boat dock. A popular state park that's family-friendly, Lincoln Rock State Park is owned by the Chelan County Public Utility District. As a campground with an area that mirrors amenities that can be found in a city park, Lincoln Rock State Park also includes ball fields, a playground, basketball and tennis courts, and a public swim beach for guests to enjoy. Perfect for a day out with the family or a weeklong vacation, this state park offers many trails to enjoy, some of which are ADA-accessible. Within an acceptable distance from Mount St. Helens in Castle Rock, WA, and the many tourist attractions of Seattle, guests can easily base an entire family vacation around this area. 

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Spring 34-64 F
Summer 56-88 F
Fall 41-78 F
Winter 25-47 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Lincoln Rock State Park

Several nearby state parks allow visitors to enjoy the beauty and remote atmosphere of the Columbia River, many of which are RV-friendly. Don't worry if you're not an RV owner as you can find a variety of RV rentals in East Wenatchee, WA, with RVshare. Not only can RVshare provide you with the perfect accommodations for your vacation, but this service can also match you with your preferred size, price and style of RV. 

Lincoln Rock Campground

Lincoln Rock Campground is a destination that offers boat ramps, more than 20 miles of bike trails, hiking and fishing opportunities and 13 cabin rentals. Located near the Rock Reach Dam and Lake Entiat, guests can enjoy the great outdoors and a variety of water sports.

  • Starting Nightly Rate: $27

  • Water Hookup: Yes

  • Sewer Hookup: Yes

  • Electrical Hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi: No

  • Pet-Friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: available on-site park store, automated pay stations, cabin rentals

Four Lakes Winery Vista

Exquisite wine and camping are intertwined at the unique and well-known Four Lakes Winery Vista. Offering RV and tent camping, this Manson, WA, winery combines the joy of outdoor adventuring with the sophistication of superior wine production.

  • Starting Nightly Rate: $50

  • Water Hookup: No

  • Sewer Hookup: No

  • Electrical Hookup: No

  • Wi-Fi: Yes

  • Pet-Friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: laundry facilities, nearby wine tasting room, scenic views

Wenatchee River County Park

Located in Monitor, WA, the Wenatchee River County Park is so scenic that it's been featured in Trailer Life Magazine. With 49 available sites, this campground is known for its dedication to cleanliness, close proximity to nearby attractions and outstanding amenities for guests.

  • Starting Nightly Rate: $33

  • Water Hookup: Yes

  • Sewer Hookup: Yes

  • Electrical Hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi: Yes

  • Pet-Friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: weekly and monthly rates available, workout center, movie rentals, sand volleyball court

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What to Do at
Lincoln Rock State Park

Inside Lincoln Rock State Park

Overlooked by a rock that mimics the face of the late President Abraham Lincoln, this park is known for its connection to nature and outdoor activities that are available to guests. Twenty miles of bicycling, jogging, and walking trails extend from Wenatchee Confluence State Park to the Rock Island Hydro Park. Connecting to the Apple Capital Loop Trail, guests have a wide array of paths to choose from, sights to see, and sports amenities to utilize. In addition to its rustic natural appeal, Lincoln Rock State Park is also situated near Lake Entiat and the Columbia River. An ideal destination for fishing, swimming and water sports, campers can enjoy the on-site boat ramps and docks that are located adjacent to the camping area.

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How to Get to
Lincoln Rock State Park

Located right off US-2, Lincoln Rock State Park can be reached by turning onto Lincoln Rock State Park Road by C&O Nursery. Following this road will take guests right into the area occupied by park attendants.

Entering Lincoln Rock State Park

The park is open from March 1-October 31, although the day-use area can be accessed year-round. Summer and winter hours are from 6:30 a.m. to dusk. Many of the cabins and areas within the park have their own operating dates, so be sure to check the website before visiting. 

Guests who frequent the park can purchase an annual Discover Pass that is transferable between two different vehicles. Both purchase options can be made at the attendant station upon entry.

Lincoln Rock State Park Daily : $10.0

Lincoln Rock State Park Annual : $30.0

Life is too short to put off vacation, so head out to the secluded forest area of East Wenatchee, WA, to enjoy some time away from everyday life. Enjoy outdoor activities, water sports and natural serenity with help from RVshare. Be sure to tag RVshare in your adventures on social media, or send memories and photos of your trip to [email protected].

Frequently Asked Questions About Lincoln Rock State Park

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

Lincoln Rock State Park is an excellent destination all year long. In the spring, the weather is cooler, and wildflowers are in bloom. From hiking to swimming and kayaking, there is something for everyone in summer.

What is the climate of Lincoln Rock State Park?

The climate of Lincoln Rock State Park is temperate, with cool summers and mild winters. The park receives an average of 18 inches of precipitation annually, including rain, snow, and sleet.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Lincoln Rock State Park?

Lincoln Rock State Park is home to a diverse array of wildlife. Mammals such as deer, coyotes, and rabbits can be found roaming the park, while birds such as hawks, eagles, and ospreys can often be seen overhead.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Lincoln Rock State Park?

The park's campground offers 32 full-hookup sites, 35 partial-hookup sites, and 27 standard spaces for RVs. The campsites have modern restrooms, showers, a dump station, a picnic table, and a fire ring.

Are pets allowed at Lincoln Rock State Park?

Lincoln Rock State Park is a beautiful place to visit with your furry friend, but only leashed dogs are allowed in the park. In addition, you should be sure to clean up after your pet and dispose of waste properly.