Campsite Review: Nason Creek Campground is next door to Lake Wenatchee State Park which is on the southeast shoreline of Lake Wenatchee. The campground is to the west of Highway 207 and east of Lake Wenatchee and Lake Wenatchee State Park. The campground spans both sides of Nason Creek and both sides of Cedar Brae Road.
We really liked our stay at Nason Creek.
Nason Creek is a Forest Service Campground and does not have any electric or other services.
Here is our blog post about our stay Nason Creek Campground
Address: 2339 Ice Harbor Rd, Burbank, WA 99323
Link to Google Map for the area: Nason Creek Campground
Phone Number/Reservations: (877)-444-6777 email and chat also available. Call (661) 702-1420 for general information, this phone number is not at the campground.
Season: Mid May through October
Dates stayed: June 18 – 25, 2020
Our sites: #30
Price paid: $11 per night, plus reservation fee. Here is a link to the article I wrote on how I get such a low price. FoxRVTravel-Snippet: America The Beautiful Pass
Dump station: No
Restrooms: Yes, flush toilets
Potable Water: Yes
Water to fill your RV storage tank: No
Cell service: Verizon – weak signal AT&T – weak signal
Sites: Mixture of back-in and pull-through sites.
Campsite Review: Nason Creek insider info:
The sites are paved and most sites have good shade. The sites to the west side of Nason Creek are generally smaller. Access is easy and the driveway is asphalt. Some of the corners and trees inside the campground will restrict the largest RVs from driving every loop.
Some sites are short and others are steep. Be careful on-site selection if you have a big RV. Generally, pull thorough sites in the north and south loops are best for larger RVs. Pull through sites are gently curved, which makes for easy access for towed RVs but the curve can be too tight for some big Class-A RVs. Large RVs should avoid sites #32 – 36, & 39 – 48 in the north loop; sites #21 – 28 in the south loop and most of the sites in the west loop. Your risk.
Most sites in the west loop are first come first serve. Many of the best sites in the north loop and south loop are also first come first serve. Generally, the sites along the river both in the north and south loop are large pull through. Many of the best sites, along the water in the south loop, are first come first serve.
Going straight Cedar Brae Road, without notice, the name changes into State Park Road to stay on Cedar Brae Road you must make a left turn. Cedar Brae Road leads to the west end of Lake Wenatchee. At the west end of the lake, you will find the Hidden Lake trailhead and Glacier View Campground. Glacier View Campground has a very small beach and very small boat launch. Fees paid at Nason Creek cover fees required at Glacier View Campground.
The sites to the south side of Cedar Brae Road are the largest of the three different loops. A few of the sites, in each loop, are double sites, intended for larger groups.
Lake Wenatchee State Park has two different locations, one north of Wenatchee River/Lake Wenatchee and the other to the south of Lake Wenatchee.
To the west of Nason Creek, there are nature trails that lead to Lake Wenatchee State Park (south side). There is also a boat launch at the state park. is available near the entrance.
Lake Wenatchee State Park (south side) has a beach.
Lake Wenatchee State Park (north side) has numerous hiking trails.
Both Nason Creek Campground and Lake Wenatchee State Parks were 100% full this father’s day weekend and nearly every other weekend during the summer.
Cars are not allowed in the state park roads, other than State Park Road and the State Park Campgrounds. One foot/horse/bicycle-only road, which is a dead-end at a removed bridge will be if you make a right turn just after entering the road changes name to State Park Road.
There is a golf course just to the south of the campground.
Due to tree cover and shadows in the satellite view, it is difficult to predict how large the sites are and how the sites are orientated.