Dry Falls is one of the most stunning spots to visit in North Central Washington. Such incredibly dramatic scenery and plenty of historical information too.
North Central Washington has a lot to be thankful for when it comes to our fire departments. Many of them are small or remote and still do a great job of protecting their communities and all of us, really. Here is a look at the fire station in Dryden, Washington.
The Columbia River winds through North Central Washington and there are a lot of places to go and get out on the water. Brewster is just another of those and the area is fun to explore by water.
Though there isn’t a true viewpoint, there are a number of great gravel covered pull out areas just north of Chelan where you can get a view of the Columbia River flowing towards the Beebe Bridge and the Chelan Falls area.
Lake Wenatchee State Park, like many state parks in Washington, includes a couple of interesting historical structures built a long time ago. Here is one of the covered picnic sites.
Looking for a great breakfast or burger on your way over Blewett Pass? Stop in at the Liberty Cafe and you won’t be disappointed.
Get creative on your next North Central Washington road trip and meander through Mansfield, Washington for a bite to eat, some rural sightseeing, or a visit to this nice little local museum.