Conservation Area | Wild Camping

United States

WARNING: THIS PLACE IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED!

Details

Verified:
7 months ago
Altitude:
473.9 masl
Website:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly:
Unknown
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

There are two nearby trailheads, one with a primitive toilet. This site is just off the dirt road that lead to the trails, it is more private, and gives you views of the hills/town. No “no overnight parking” signs. 3 bars 5g/LTE on Verizon and googleFi. 2 sheriffs patrolled the road/trailheads at dusk and did not approach me. Hiking/mountain bike trails are accesible.

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Great place, just people leaves trash there. Verizon works very well. Sheriff stoped before sunset and asked if I’m fine. I was fine, so he left.

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Beautiful overnight with a 270 degree territorial view. The Columbia and Wenatchee Rivers, orchards and Wenatchee.
3 of 4 Verizon bars

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Beautiful switchback turnout with a 270 degree territorial view. Overlooking orchards, the Columbia River, the Wenatchee River and an overview of Wenatchee.
3 of 4 bars Verizon. Great spot for an overnight!

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Stayed at one of the trail heads as this spot was taken. Nice quiet night in the hills!

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Officially there is no “off road” driving in this Conservation Area, and this pullout is considered “off the main road”, per the Sheriff who gave me the knock. She politely said that someone had called it in. This is a popular exercise area so I reckon a regular saw the van and called it in. :(
Wanted to give a heads up if you’re considering this spot.

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Stayed one night at the trailhead close to this spot. No "no camping/overnight parking" signs and no traffic during the night. Gorgeous views to east and west, pit toilet and some nice looking trails. There's one more spot close by up the road.

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Young, solo, female traveler. I stayed here one night and felt totally safe. There were a few cars coming in and out - it’s very close to a trailhead. Insane views and sunset! Would recommend if you’re staying in Wenatchee.

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We came on a rainy windy day. First, there’s only room for one vehicle and not much bigger than a sprinter. Second, you’re right on the cliff. Beautiful views for sure, but the wind shook the hell out of us so we’re leaving. Lastly, bumpy undeveloped road up the side of some big hills. No awd needed but it’s a rough one.

We definitely would’ve stayed on a nice day, but the weather made it too hard. The swaying of the van was too much for sleeping.

P.s. there are seasonal road closures so don’t bother in the winter.

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This location on iOverlander only has 1 spot. When we got there it was already taken, but if you drive up the road there is a trailhead where there were 3 vans and a few tent campers. There are not any no overnight parking signs or no camping signs. Very quite with a little trail that lets you view the town below. There is a toilet and had great cell service with Verizon and US Cellular. Quite spot except for in the morning the trails seem to be pretty popular as there are multiple as well as biking trails.

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There are two nearby trailheads, one with a primitive toilet. This site is just off the dirt road that lead to the trails, it is more private, and gives you views of the hills/town. No “no overnight parking” signs. 3 bars 5g/LTE on Verizon and googleFi. 2 sheriffs patrolled the road/trailheads at dusk and did not approach me. Hiking/mountain bike trails are accesible.

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