Thursday, August 23, 2012

Photo: Boating At Lincoln Rock State Park

Lincoln Rock wastatepatrol Park is located just north of East Wenatchee on the Douglas County side of the Columbia River.  Its a great place for camping, relaxing, and of course... boating.

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Photo: Big Lots To Open In Wenatchee Soon!

The old K-Mart building on the north end of Wenatchee has been vacant for years.  Last year Gateway Cinema opened up which took up half the building or so and now Wenatchee's newest retail store Big Lots will take up residence there as well.  Big Lots is set to open on Thursday, August 24th.

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Photo: Town Toyota Center in Wenatchee

Home to some awesome local sporting events, as well as great entertainment too, the Town Toyota Center has been a nice addition to the Wenatchee area.

Friday, August 17, 2012

Photo: Wenatchee's Riverwalk Bridge

Walking around Wenatchee is one of the best ways to see everything  you may want to see.  The Riverwalk Bridge was built to make it easier to get from Downtown Wenatchee to the river, park, and of course the Apple Capital Loop Trail.

Thursday, August 09, 2012

Photo: Walking the Canal in Wenatchee

The irrigation canal that winds through Wenatchee has been a popular walking destination for years.  It can be a fun way to see an interesting side of the town too.

Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Photo: Rotary Park in Wenatchee

One of the best recent additions to the Wenatchee park scene has been the splash pad at Rotary Park.  The park is located off of Western Avenue.

Monday, August 06, 2012

Photo: The Museum Inside Rocky Reach Dam

Rocky Reach Dam is an excellent place to stop when going to or through the Wenatchee area.  In addition to the fish viewing windows, outside toys, large playground, and more that can be found there, there is also a very cool museum located right out in the fam itself.

Friday, August 03, 2012

Photo: More Artwork in Wenatchee

Wenatchee is a great place to see some wonderful examples of artwork, much of it on display near the famous Apple Capital Loop Trail that runs along the Columbia River.