Area Activities

  • Rafting, Tubing, Paddleboard
  • Skiing, Snowmobiling
  • Hiking, Walking
  • Rock Climbing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Wine Tasting
  • Antique Shopping
  • Visit our Museum & Pioneer Village
  • Historic District walk
  • Great City Pool
  • Golf


World Famous Aplets & Cotlets
The Aplets & Cotlets Candy Kitchen is located at 117 Mission Street, one block south of Cottage Avenue. Here you can take the “sweetest tour on the Cascade Loop” and see how our candies are made from hand-sorted nuts to hand-packed boxes. And don’t forget to sample FREE candies fresh from our factory! You’ll also find a wide assortment of gifts and delicacies from the Pacific Northwest in addition to the many varieties of America’s Favorite Fruit-And-Nut Candy!

Cashmere Museum & Pioneer Village
History buffs will revel in the extensive collections of the Cashmere Museum and Pioneer Village. Artifacts from the Wenatchee Indians include hunting and fishing artifacts, a sweat lodge, native food and medicine items, an exhibit about the Hudson Bay Company and a Meso-American collection. Some artifacts date back 9,000 years.Displays from local pioneer history include tools, mining, veterinary equipment, memorabilia, and dioramas depicting the lifestyles of the early settlers, including a trapper’s cabin. “Old Mission,” the Pioneer Village, consists of 20 original structures brought in from the local area. The museum is also home to the annual Apple Days celebration, held the first full weekend of October
each year.

Leavenworth, Washington

A short drive will bring you to the world famous “Bavartian Village”. Visiting the Bavarian Village takes you into a world of German music, street dances, fine German and international cuisine from our many restaurants, and quality accommodations to please each and every traveler. Our festivals and other events, throughout the year, offer excitement and fun for the entire family.

Wenatchee, Washington

Wenatchee is located confluence of two rivers, the Wenatchee and the mighty Columbia. The area is surronded by foothill and one can view the Cascade Mountains with there snow capped peaks. The valley is alive with fruit orchards and vineyards. Here we produce the world’s fruits, apples, cherries, pears to name a few. Our vineyards produce the wonderful grapes that have grown our area to one of the largest wine regions in all of Washington. Come and taste all we have to offer. Wenatchee ‘The Apple Capial of the World.”