Come and take part in the many inter-generational hands-on activities, interactive exhibits, wildlife “edu-tainment”, music, art, and experience a meaningful cultural exchange with Native Americans in their tribal village.
Set in the pristine majesty of Washington State’s Cascade Mountains, the Salmon Festival is an outdoor education adventure you will not want to miss.
A Three-Day Natural Resource Education Event
The Wenatchee River Salmon Festival is a three-day natural resource education event held each fall to celebrate the return of the salmon to the Wenatchee River. The Festival is held on the grounds of the Leavenworth National Fish Hatchery, located at the mouth of the scenic Icicle Canyon near Leavenworth, Washington.
An extensive line-up of activities and entertainment. There’s a Native American Tribal Village, Salmon Run, Fun Fish Facts, complete line-up of activities, entertainment, special events, and more!
LOCATION: LEAVENWORTH FISH HATCHERY
Here’s a quick set of directions:
Once you’re in Leavenworth…
Look for the Icicle Road at the west end of town just before entering Tumwater Canyon.
Follow the Icicle Road south just two miles.
Find the Salmon Festival signs and follow them on East Leavenworth Rd. about 1/4 mile.
Park free in the Fish Hatchery parking
More information: http://www.salmonfest.org