Tent Sites
No Fires
No Pets
Water Unknown
About Snowberry Bowl Campground

This forested drive to campground is nicely tucked in the 25 Mile Creek Drainage away from the busy town of Chelan but close to the Lake and recreational activities. There are seven single tent sites and two small group / RV sites, all of which have fire rings and tables. A group shelter containing four picnic tables may be accessed via barrier-free trails from both double campsites, but the group shelter is available to all campers on a first come basis.

Operator
National Forest
Access
Features
No Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Pets
Not Reservable
No Sewer Hookups
No Showers
No Water Hookups
Location
Snowberry Bowl Campground is located in Washington
Latitude
47.9594 N
Longitude
-120.2897 W
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Directions
From Chelan, travel south on Highway 97A for 3 miles. Turn right onto Southshore Road and go approximately 20 miles to Shady Pass Road #5900. Turn left up the Shady Pass Road #5900, go 3 miles to Slide Ridge Road #8410. Take a left onto the Slide Ridge Road #8410 and travel ¾ mile to Snowberry Bowl Campground.
2 Reviews of Snowberry Bowl Campground
Get outta the summer heat!

Awesome National Forest Service campground, just 3-4 miles above 25-Mile State Park on Lake Chelan. Lots of shade and great trees for hammocks. Nice private sites, some double sites, pit toilets, potable water (though slow running), and a large picnic pavilion. Cost=$10.

First to Review
secluded, quiet, and available

Pro tip: if you want to stay at 25 mile creek state park on lake chelan and it is full, drive another 3 miles up road to snowberry. Its quiet nestled at the base of the slide ridge road and more times than not the only other visitors will be the forest service trails, or fire crews out on patrol. Mosquitos can be annoying in the late summer but the shade of the ridges and access to all of the up lake hiking makes it worth it. Also it is only three miles back down to the 25 mile creek marina, so lake access is there. This is all dry camping, tents would be best, but there are a few sites you could get a trailer into.