Greetings everyone! Due to the unfortunate issues with Covid-19 I have decided to err on the side of caution and we will not hold a planned, sanctioned event in May 2021. First and most importantly we don't want anyone to be exposed and get sick or worse because we held an event. I/we also are mindful of any liability issues if the worst did happen, and none of us want anyone sick in the first place.
So, that said, if we were holding it in 2021, which we officially aren't, it would be the weekend of May 20-23, 2021. As always, people are free to make reservations to camp when and where they choose. Washington State Parks reservations open up nine months in advance, first come first served. Lincoln Rock State Park tends to fill quickly. Loop A is closest to the water and are really nice tent sites with lots of shade, nice bathrooms and showers and a few shared water spigots. Loop B is up on the bluff, and many have all three hook ups, a real treat! Many sites have great views although if a strong storm blows through they get hit first and pretty hard. (Ask @2Cougs
!) Loop C has a large grassy area in the center, and is nicely laid out. All sites there have water and power. Any other sites are in an arid area by the cabins and not close to the rest.
Lincoln Rock State Park is not quite a central meeting place in the State, but it's just about 10 miles north of Wenatchee. You can take a day trip to Cashmere to visit the Applet and Cotlet factory, and Leavenworth. East Wenatchee has all the amenities you'd need, including a Costco.
I wish things in this world were different, but right now they’re not. Many happy memories from our first three gatherings will have to do until things change. In the meantime, keep Tabbing and stay safe!
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