If rest and relaxation are your idea of a perfect vacation, Crescent Bar RV Resort may well be the Washington RV campground you are looking for. More then 300 days of sunshine per year provide the opportunity to enjoy spectacular vistas of the Columbia River and the Cascade mountains that surround this Wenatchee RV campground in Washington. Spectacular Columbia River vistas from a Wenatchee RV resort Whether you're planning a retreat for the whole family, a group of friends or a getaway for two, there's no shortage of unique activities to explore at Crescent Bar RV Resort. Plan activities upon arrival or visit this page before your departure to plan ahead. Looking for more? Our friendly staff can fill you in on all of the great ways to make your stay a memorable experience.
Great location with awesome views of the Columbia River Valley. Well maintained grounds and amenities for a Thousand Trails campground. Awesome and accommodating staff. There is a walking path that you can access easily from the campground that goes to the end of Crescent Bar.
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Very well kept campground. There are bathrooms with showers right in the center of the park. They are sticklers on the parking situation so don’t expect any leeway. I believe it was 2 cars max with one boat and camper. Either way though they will only allow 2 cars. Otherwise quiet hours start at 10:00. you can walk right down to the water. Bars are a 10-20 minutes walk depending on which one you go too. Camp spots have electrical hookups only. It’s a dry campground but as long as you have covers on your beers or are using a cup then they won’t bother you.
Dramatic cliffs make the perfect backdrop for a week of fun on the water. Tire yourself out on the river, find a sandbar and post up for the day, maybe surf down some dunes into the river. Back on land take advantage of the pool at the nearby condos, wine tasting up the hill or maybe even a concert at the Columbia gorge.