Five Fun Facts About Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park

Twenty Five Mile Creek State Park

North Central Washington is home to some great state parks. The Lake Chelan area is a top destination and on its southern shore is Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park. The park is popular with both campers and boaters and has easy access to to both the lower and upper part of the lake.

Here are five fun facts about Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park.

Private Property

Prior to its development as a state park, the area that is now Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park was orifinally developed as a private resort.

67 Spots

There are 67 total campsites at Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park. 46 of them are tent sites and there are 21 more that offer limited utilities.

How Big?

Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park covers 235 acres of land on Chelan’s south shore.

Long Ago Campers

Long before it became a state park and a much sought after destination for campers, the area where Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park now sits was a Native American seasonal encampment.

Firefighter Lodging

Many times when wildfires have been active on the south shore of Lake Chelan or higher up in the hills, Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park has been used as a staging area for firefighting equipment, as well as an area to house firefighters.