GETTING TO LAKE CHELAN AND WAPATO POINT

Getting to Lake Chelan is relatively easy. 
We are located in the center of Washington State almost equal distance from Seattle and Spokane.

FROM SEATTLE
If you are coming from Seattle, you will choose one of 3 mountain passes.  The two major routes are Interstate 90 to Cle Elum (exit 84) and then head North East on Hwy 970 which will turn into Hwy 97 towards Wenatchee. From there take Hwy 97A to Chelan. Turn right onto Woodin Ave, take a left at the stop sign and a left at the light, Hwy 150.

The other main choice is Hwy 2, this takes you through Leavenworth. If you have extra time, it is worth an hour or so kicking around the German Theme town.  Highway 2 is a very scenic drive.

If you have a bit of extra time, you may also take the North Cascades Highway.  It’s a much longer route and is closed for winter, but extremely beautiful.

FROM SPOKANE
If you are coming from Spokane, you take Interstate 90 and then head North to Quincy and take Hwy 28 to Wenatchee and up Hwy 97 or Hwy 97A to Chelan.

HOW EVER YOU GET HERE… JUST GET HERE! THE LAKE AND WINERIES ARE WAITING FOR YOU…