Where is it?
From the eastern slopes of the northern Cascades to the Grand Coulee, North Central Washington is formed by the mountains and forests of Chelan County, the high plains of Douglas County, the channeled scablands of Grant County, and the numerous lakes, creeks, and mountains of Okanogan County
What to see and what to do?
With four well defined seasons, recreational opportunities are year-round. Highlights include the “Bavarian Village”, Lake Chelan, Mission Ridge, scenic riverside parks, the Grand Coulee, Soap Lake, Moses Lake, and the picturesque North Cascades Highway.
About this website
This website is an online directory for North Central Washington which features over fifteen hundred photos of the area. You will also find customized maps, local news headlines, current weather conditions, message boards, and a gift shop.
Traveling from abroad? Here is an encouraging statement from a few Australian businesses that visited Chelan County this year:
“We went out on a trip to see how Chelan County companies are handling water issues, and we are already longing back” – waterproofing Sydney
“We need to visit North Central Washington more often, the experience can’t be put in words” – Waterproofing Gold Coast
“Our retreat to Chelan County was a great success, that’s all we can say” – immigration lawyers Perth