1700 E. Kittleson Road
Moses Lake, WA 98837
Phone: (509) 765-3731
Fax: (509) 765-3751
Spread over an area of 31 acres (12.54 hectares), Riverfront Park is located near Riverside Drives. The park has beautiful walking trails, play area for kids and is decorated with some nice sculptures.
Wenatchee Public Library, located on Douglas Street, is one of the most informative places in the city. Let your kids enjoy the story time sessions as you enjoy reading your favorite picks! They also offer free computer classes for those who are keen on learning.
Owned by Kyle and Jan Mathison, the Stemilt Creek Winery is one of the main highlights of North Wenatchee Avenue. Visit this winery and familiarize with their amazing wine making process and enjoy some tantalizing wines in their tasting room.
Known to be the city's first brewery, Columbia Valley Brewing is located on Riverside Drive. The brewery offers a patio area where you can enjoy their fresh brews. They also have a restaurant that serves traditional meals. A visit to this place is surely exciting.
Walla Walla Point Park, located on Walla Walla Avenue is a wonderful place for recreational activities. Enjoy fishing, picnicking, swimming, walking, soccer, volleyball and tennis at this 70 acres (28.32 hectares) park.
Located near Olds Station Road, Wenatchee Confluence State Park sprawls across 197 acres (79.72 hectares). The Wentachee River passes through this park, adding to its picturesque beauty. Visitors can enjoy fishing, swimming, boating, camping and picnicking at the park.
Hanford Reach was the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service's first national monument. The land was once used as hunting grounds by several different tribes of Native Americans. During WWII, the land was used to build nine nuclear reactors, which among other things, provided the plutonium for the bomb dropped on Nagasaki during WWII, although now the reactors are being dismantled. Currently, the land is a refuge for over 40 different species of threatened and endangered animals, as well as some species not found anywhere else.
A visit to Chateau Faire Le Pont, is both informative and interesting. Located on Wineyard Way, this winery is situated inside a renovated building, dating back to the early 20th Century. There are various tours for wine enthusiasts.
Rotary Park at Wenatchee is where you can drop by for some blissful time. Take a walk around the space and let nature do the magic or come here with your family for a picnic outing on a beautiful afternoon. The layout of the park has been planned and organized meticulously. There is also a seating area with a roof where people can come in big groups and unwind. The park is laden with adequate amount of benches and a play area for kids.
Established in 1939, the Ohme Gardens are located on Ohme Road. Visitors can enjoy walking trails, scenic natural beauty, beautiful pools and waterfalls and mesmerizing grassy expanses.
Hedges Family Estate is one of the many flourishing wineries on Red Mountain. Started in 1987 by Tom and Anne-Marie Hedges, this family run estate is one of the most favored when it comes to production of wine. With prized wines such as the Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Chardonnay to name a few, the estate rose to a quick success. Since then, it has earned a name in the business and has been delivering. For more information, do call ahead.
Bella Terrazza Vineyards is located on Lower Sunnyslope Road and is one of the most popular winery in town. The vineyards are simply beautiful and can be visited. Enjoy tasting their delicious wines at the end of your tour.