Eat, Explore and Experience
With 300 days of sunshine, no matter what the season, you can nearly always count on fun under the bright North Central Washington sun.
With recreational activities galore, clear mountain air, stunning scenery, and an easy livin’ pace, it’s no wonder families have been making Wapato Point their vacation tradition for generations. From wine tasting and mountain biking, to boutique shopping and cross-country skiing, the Lake Chelan Valley offers four seasons of activities just for you. Below are some recommendations to help you enjoy your stay. Start exploring!
Swimming, boating, water skiing, fishing, hiking, golfing, putt putt golf, winery tours, kayaking, dining and so much more is available for fun activities in our area.
The Manson and Lake Chelan area is host to beautiful landscapes. From clear lake water to amazing mountain scapes all around you will love the view from our rental properties.
From more than 25 wineries to mouth watering take out pizza is available as dining options. There are plenty of restaurants around the lake all within 10 miles of the home.
Owner has a 20.5 ft Sea Ray open boat for rent at $60 an hour (engine running time). Contact Bruce for more information. Lake Chelan is a boater’s paradise. The blue, pristine waters of this 50.5 mile long lake open a variety of options for the recreational boater and water sports aficionado, whether they are using the lake to play, fish or to travel into the spectacular and primitive North Cascades. In addition to the 50.5 mile long lake, you’ll find numerous smaller lakes nearby. The Lake provides plenty of opportunity to enjoy water-skiing, jet-skiing, parasailing, kayaking, canoeing, rowing, tubing and cruising.
Originally built for cross-country skiers, the Echo Ridge trail network has become a favorite for mountain bikers. A trail system this robust, with high-payoff views down to the lake and across to the Cascade Crest, is one of the iconic features that make a weekend at Chelan so much fun for outdoor lovers.
The Stehekin Valley is in the heart of the North Cascades and is in the Lake Chelan National Recreation Area, part of the North Cascades National Park Service Complex. It is a major entryway into the mountains, providing access to some of the best hiking and backpacking in the world. Trails range from short one-mile hikes to major treks including the Pacific Crest Trail which extends from Canada to Mexico. Ask about trail listings from the Chelan Ranger Station in Chelan.
Designated as an official American Viticultural Area (AVA) in 2009, Lake Chelan offers a one-of-a-kind wine tasting experience featuring over 24 wineries hugging the shores of a breathtaking lake.
So, on your next visit, pause a moment to look around at Lake Chelan’s beauty and drink it all in. Don’t just discover wine history in the making. Write your own chapter. We’ll have a glass waiting for you.
Lake Chelan has some of the most captivating scenery in Washington state Whether you’re looking for a peaceful walk with views of our famous evergreen trees or you’re looking for sweeping vistas of snow-covered mountains, Chelan has you covered. A drive along the south shore of the lake will lead you to Lake Chelan State Park. The park has a a breathtaking area full of sweeping views and gorgeous greenery. It’s a perfect example of the beauty that Washington state has to offer tourists and locals alike.
We also recommend taking The Lady of the Lake Boat Tour. This is an incredible boat tour that doubles as practical transportation, with views of the Lake Chelan wilderness and mountains. Take the day and enjoy a relaxing ride where you can soak in endless scenery. It’s a must if you want to truly experience the beauty of Lake Chelan.
Visitor’s Top Picks
If there’s one thing that’s true about dining in Chelan, it’s that we have an incredible selection. From fine Italian restaurants to sushi joints to traditional American drive-ins, there is something for everyone. Discover some of the great restaurants in Chelan!
Get in Touch
Contact us for any questions you have on our vacation rentals.
Contact by Email
Bruce, the property owner, is always available to answer any questions you have about the properties and the area. Just fill in our contact form and you will receive a response shortly.
Contact by Phone & Text
If you would like to ask any questions by phone or text, please contact the property owner, Bruce Huntoon, at 509.679.9485.
Feel free to visit Wapato Point and drive by our properties.