LINCOLN ROCK STATE PARK
Lincoln Rock State Park is an 80-acre camping park on the east side of Lake Entiat, created by Rocky Reach Dam blocking the flow of the Columbia River north of Wenatchee. The park, a popular place for swimming, water-skiing and respite from the hot sun, was named for a basalt outcropping said to resemble the profile of Abraham Lincoln. The park provides lawns and shade trees in the midst of an arid environment. River rock lines trails. Children's' play equipment and winter snow play add fun to the park. Beavers are visible on the Columbia River.
Lincoln Rock was named after a prominent geological feature, visible across the river, which resembles the profile of Abraham Lincoln. According to early newspaper accounts, this rock outcropping was first named in 1889 by Billy Schaft and Ed Ferguson. Schaft took a picture and Ferguson commented how much it resembled Abraham Lincoln. The picture was entered in the photograph contest of a prominent magazine, where it won first prize. Because of the nationwide circulation of the magazine, the name of Lincoln Rock was officially adopted for the landmark. Lincoln Rock State Park was acquired by the state on April 1, 1980.
A Discover Pass is required for vehicle access to Washington state parks for day use. For more information about the Discover Pass and exemptions, please visit the Discover Pass web page
The park has 27 standard tent spaces, 35 partial-hookup sites, 32 full-hookup sites, four standard cabins, eight deluxe cabins, one dump site, five restrooms one ADA, and 14 showers three ADA. Maximum site length is 65 feet limited availability. All lawn areas, including tent area, are irrigated daily. See park's information boards in each camp loop for specific times. Only one extra vehicle per campsite is allowed. A maximum of three tents per site.
The group camp which is located in close proximity to the sports fields, sport courts, playground, swim beach and the Rock Reach Trailhead will accommodate up to 50 people. A lawn area for tent camping, two partial-hookup RV sites water and electricity and 1 full-hookup RV site water, electric, sewer as well as a large picnic shelter with 12 picnic tables, sinks and power outlets are provided. A group fire pit, large BBQ brazier and ample parking rounds out this area. A large restroom which is shared with the day use guests includes two family-style bathroomsshowers included is nearby.
Reservations for the group camp can be made for arrivals between May 15 to October 15. The camp is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to allow for lawn and routine maintenance.
The four standard cabins are near the full-hookup campsites and have great views of the Columbia River and Rocky Reach Dam. Each cabin is 26 feet long and has two rooms as well as an 8-foot covered porch. Cabins are furnished with a queen-size futon, a bunk bed that sleeps three, small end table, dining table plus 4 chairs, heater, and air conditioner. Outside is a picnic table and fire pit with grate. The new cabin loop includes two new full hook-up utility sites and eight deluxe cabins overlooking the Columbia River. The cabins include all of the amenities of the standard cabin plus additional end tables, six person dining table with chairs, a kitchenette with microwave, mini-fridge, sink, counter space with cupboards, and a bathroom with shower. On-demand hot water, ceiling fan and BBQ brazier are included. Cabins may be reserved up to nine months in advance for arrival dates from April 1 -Sept. 30.