Park Rules and Regulations


Wenatchee River County Park Rules and Regulations

Supplemental to Chelan County Code Sec 7.24

Exhibit B Resolution 2021-34

Download WRCP rules revision Res 2015-111  in PDF Format.

1. Quiet hours are from 9:00 pm to 7:00 am.  Loud music is not acceptable at any time.  Campers who fail to honor quiet hours will be asked to leave without a refund.  If you have visitors coming before or after office hours, make arrangements with management to let them in.  Office hours are 9:00 am to 9:00 pm daily during peak season, 9:00 am to 8:00 pm otherwise.  Check-in time 1:00 pm, Check out time Noon.

2. The speed limit is 5 mph at all times.  Each site has room for one RV and one vehicle.  No double parking allowed.  Extra vehicles must park at a designated parking area.  Do not park in adjacent sites or on the street.  Parking in another camper’s site is allowed only when both parties consent to specific parking arrangement and management consents.  Any vehicle parked without authorization will be towed at owner’s expense.  Allowances may be made for special events as well as 15-20 minutes for loading/unloading.  Otherwise, use overflow parking lots. Do not park on the grass. 

3. The grass is watered daily.  Park assumes no responsibility for items left outside.  Placing belongings on the black top is advised.  Asphalt is slippery when wet; be careful after rain or watering. Extra watering may be needed with temperatures over 90°.

4. Restrooms and showers are for registered campers only.  They are checked and maintained regularly.  Campers must use them in a safe and clean manner, and notify staff if any facilities need attention.   Showers are coin operated and last approximately 3.5 minutes.  Be sure to turn the handle so the water will turn on. 

5. Laundry facilities are open 24 hours.  Washers and dryers are coin operated.  Rinse cycle starts about 35 minutes into wash time.  Dry time is approximately 45 minutes.

6. Tents are not allowed on park property.  All campers must sleep inside RV’s and/or vehicles.  (Bed of truck is okay.)

7. Campers are responsible for the behavior of their visitors at all times.

8. Swimming at your own risk at all times; no life guard on duty.

9. Smoking (including e-cigarettes & vaping) as well as the use of tobacco products is prohibited in all public areas of the park.  These activities are allowed within the confines of your vehicle or camper with windows and doors closed.

10. Pets are allowed but are limited to two (2) per campsite.  Pets must be attended by a responsible adult and on a leash at all times when outside of an enclosed vehicle.  Dogs may be off leash in the designated dog run area and/or beach or river if attended by a responsible adult whose verbal commands dog obeys.  All animal excrement must be removed completely.  A fee will be assessed upon failure to comply.  Failure to cure first offense or commission of a second offense shall result in expulsion from the park with no refunds.  No ferocious dogs of any size allowed in the park.  Any exhibition of questionable animal behavior shall result in a report to the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society or other law enforcement agency.  First barking complaint regarding a camp site results in a warning, second complaint, even if regarding a different dog at the same camp site, results in expulsion from the park and no refunds.  Dog leashes, cables, or chains must not exceed 8 feet. (No invisible or expanded leashes allowed)

11. Children under six years of age must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times, including in the designated playground area.  Parents, or other accompanying adults, shall be responsible for children’s safety and conduct at all times.  Children may not enter the camping sites of other campers. Please be sure that children do not climb on metal sculptures located throughout the park.

12.  Only one vehicle shall enter the gate at one time.  Damage may occur from tailgating.  County is not responsible for damage to vehicles if rule is violated.  Surveillance cameras are in operation.

13. Campers are responsible for any damage to sprinklers, utility outlets, or other park property.

14. Mowing occurs every Wednesday and Thursday.  Please pick up your area for the mower (chairs, satellite dishes, bikes, etc.)  Wednesday: A, B, & D loops.  Thursday: C Loop and Day Use area.

15.  No rugs/mats allowed on the grass.  Please use pads or blocks under jacks; if you need blocks please see the front office.  No clotheslines are allowed.

16. All satellite, coax cables, misters, lines etc. must be at least 7 feet above ground to allow mowers and carts to go under with no interference.

17. All WCRP utilities are monitored and tested as per Washington State Dept. of Health regulations.  Please contact management immediately if any problems with utilities occur.   

18. Management determines which gates and doors should stay open or shut.  Please do not close any doors or gates that weren’t already closed, and please do not leave open any gates or doors that weren’t already open. 

19. WRCP management and employees must continually maintain, monitor and adjust the irrigation electric water and other services.  We strive to stay out of sites, but this cannot be guaranteed. 

20.   Keep our park clean.  Please do not throw cigarette butts, candy wrappers, or other trash on the grounds or in the fire rings. 

21.  Use or possession of any and all fireworks is prohibited in WRCP at all times.

22.  Please notify management as soon as possible of departure date.  This will allow WRCP to accommodate as many guests per season as possible.

23. If any camper has any problems with another camper or the use of a site, please contact WRCP management.

24. Some sites are used for longer term camping and may be occupied on a monthly or seasonal basis. A $150.00 deposit is required for the following year’s reservation.  Long-term site reservation requests are processed in order of receipt. 

25. Registered campers who occupy sites are guests of WRCP.  No camper, visitor, or guest, owns or controls any part of any site.  WRCP management has the right to refuse service to any one at any time.  No refund will be given if you are asked to leave the park.

26.  Campers should not enter another camper’s site without consent.  This includes cutting through another site for any reason.

27.   Other amenities also available:

Firewood for purchase

Ice - 10lb. bags for purchase

Propane Hours 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.  Purchaser must have current tank certification.

No propane sold on Sundays.

Copies and Fax available through the office at posted prices.

Free Wi-Fi:  Access code available from office.

WRCP cannot guarantee dish reception and does not allow people to move around until they find a spot where they get reception.

DVD’s, books and games can be checked out from front office.  Credit card on file will be charged for any DVDs not returned to the office. 

Volleyball and ping pong balls are all located on site.  Ping pong balls can be purchased at the front office.

28.  Wenatchee River county park camping fees effective 1/1/2022;

Camping with full hook-ups

$40.00/night and $240/week

Camping/water and electrical hook-up

$35.00/night and $210/week

Camping, dry site, no tents


Camping overflow


Additional campers (over six persons)


Additional vehicle


Storage fee


Monthly camp fee

$700.00/month with $150 non-refundable deposit

Cabin Rental


Day Use Gazebo

$80.00 per day

Commercial Rafting Take-Out Fees:

$1.00 per day per person, commercial users.

All weekly sites are buy six nights and get the seventh night free; must use same spot all nights.  Passport America discount honored April and October, excluding weekends and holidays.  All weekly stays limited to fourteen days/nights and a minimum five days/nights must intervene any subsequent stay.