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Lincoln Rock State Park, Washington
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Description: 80 acres on Lake Entiat, a 31-mile long reservoir on the Columbia River formed by Rocky Reach Dam. The lake is a popular destination for swimming, waterskiing, and fishing for bass, steelhead, and trout. The park offers refreshing water, cool lawn and shady trees at the edge of the arid scablands. The park overlooks a ragged basalt outcropping which some think looks like a profile of Abraham Lincoln. Several beavers make their homes in this part of the river.

The campground has 94 sites, including 67 with full RV utility hookup. The picnic area has two group shelters, which hold up to100 and 150 people, respectively. Other facilities include a playground, a softball field, a basketball court, a soccer field, 3 horseshoe pits and 2 volleyball courts. The park has three boat ramps and 632 feet of dock.

Location: From East Wenatchee, go 7 miles north on WA 2.   Latitude: 47.5393   Longitude: -120.282493

Address: Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission
P.O. Box 42650
Olympia, WA  98504
Phone: 1-800-233-0321

Season: year round, gates close at dusk

Fee: yes

Reservations: call 800-452-5687
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