The Peshastin Mill Property fronts the Wenatchee River off Highway 2 in Chelan County and can be reached via Mill Road in the small town of Peshastin. The site is five miles from the Bavarian Village of Leavenworth and 20 miles west of Wenatchee Metropolitan Area.
The Mill Site is groomed as conditions permit. It is free to access and a great place to take your dog.
How to get to the property:
Turn east off of Hwy 2 to cross the Wenatchee River at the Peshastin Bridge. Follow Main Street through town and turn left on Peshastin Mill Road just before going under the BNSF Railroad trestle. The paved road runs between the railroad embankment on the right, and HiUp Growers buildings on the left. The Mill site property begins at the end of the pavement on the gravel road. Park at the gate and walk the gravel road about 1/4 mile until coming to the new waterfront trail on the left , which runs between the gravel road and the Wenatchee River. This path is about 3/4 mile long.