There is a rock in the park with a face like Abraham Lincoln’s hence its name; Lincoln Rock State Park is just above Rocky Reach Dam. The park has a community atmosphere with cabins, shaded campsites, and a boat launch with mooring docks on Lake Entiat.
Managed by the State Parks and owned by the Chelan County Public Utility District, a portion of the park is adjacent to the campgrounds and resembles a city park complete with ball fields, basketball and tennis courts, a playground where tiny tots can run freely and make new friends, as well as a public swim beach.
You need not worry about having to leave Spike at your home while you enjoy your weekend because the state park always welcomes dogs of all sizes. This 80-acre camping park is home to the Rocky Reach Trail. It is a paved mixed-use ADA-accessible trail which also allows canines of all sizes.
The trail is connected to the Apple Capital Loop Trail which is a bike path too. It encircles the Wenatchee and East Wenatchee Riverfronts and extends beyond the Rock Island Hydro Park. In total, these trails provide more than 20 miles of jogging, bicycling and walking fun which you can share with your best friend.
Do not forget to throw in the balls, bats, gloves, rackets, swimsuits, and frisbee if you are going to the park. Plenty of fun is waiting for the entire family as there is a variety of well-rounded pursuits which are guaranteed to keep everyone in high spirits, including Spike!
The park’s day use area is open all year round; however, the campground is only accessible from the start of March until the end of October. Each campsite has a small area for cars, and most of them have plenty of shade and at least one picnic table. Make sure you plan your weekend at the park early because the campsites fill up quickly.