Prince Creek Campground, WA

US Forest Service

Prince Creek Campground

This boat-in campground is located on the shores of Lake Chelan and borders Lake Chelan-Sawtooth Wilderness. The area offers a floating dock with a three boat capacity. Prince Creek offers six tent...[more]

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From Chelan, boat approximately 34 miles up lake. Prince Creek Campground is on the north shore.


From Chelan, travel south on Highway 97A for 3 miles. Turn right onto Southshore Road and go approximately 17 miles to Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park. From the Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park boat launch, boat approximately 15 miles to Prince Creek Campground on the north shore.

The Lady of the Lake provides passenger ferry service from Chelan to Stehekin with stops available at Fields Point, Prince Creek, Moore Point, and Lucerne. Please check their website for availability, fees, and scheduling:

Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park is a popular boat launch for accessing many up lake recreation sites via personal boat. Please check their website for amenities, fees, and schedule:

Please Note:  Drop off stops at Prince Creek and Moore Point are by request only. If you are at Prince Creek or Moore Point waiting to be picked up, “flagging” down the boat may be necessary.

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