Daroga State Park

Daroga State Park is a 90-acre camping park with 1.5 miles of Columbia River shoreline on the elevated edge of the desert scablands. The park features camping activities and water-sport access in a unique and beautiful outdoor environment. Lots of sunshine combine with water activities to make this desert park a delight to visitors. Nationally recognized Desert Canyon Golf Course is just two miles away.

Discover Pass  is required for day vehicle access to Washington state parks. For more information about purchasing the Discover Pass and pass exemptions, please visit the Discover Pass web page.

Chelan PUD customers: You can get free day-use vehicle access to Wenatchee Confluence, Lincoln Rock and Daroga state parks starting July 15, 2015, when you display the Chelan PUD Public Power Benefit Day Use Parking Pass. Application information is available on the Chelan PUD website. The Public Power Benefit Day Use Pass is offered as part of a Chelan PUD pilot study. The PUD pass may be used in place of a Discover Pass at these three parks, which are owned by Chelan PUD and operated by Washington State Parks.

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  1. Activities
  2. Boating
  3. Camping
  4. History
  5. Maps
ADA Amenities/Facilities
  • Campground
  • Hiking trail
  • Restroom
Picnic & Day-Use Facilities

 The park provides one kitchen shelter with water and electricity, plus 30 unsheltered picnic tables.


  • 2 miles of bike trails
  • 2 miles of hiking trails
Water Activities & Features

  • 2 boat ramps
  • 150 feet of dock
  • Boating
  • Freshwater fishing
  • Personal watercraft
  • Swimming
  • Water skiing
Other Activities & Features
  • Baseball field
  • Bird watching
  • Golf
  • Soccer field
  • Softball field
  • Two basketball courts
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Two tennis courts

Additional Information
  • A recreational license is required for fishing and shellfish harvesting at Washington state parks. For regulations, fishing season information, or to purchase a recreational license, visit the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.