About Cashmere

Cashmere sits along the Wenatchee River, just west of Wenatchee and very near the Big Y, the junction of US 2 and US 97. Cashmere is a small and attractive community with a fun little downtown area and a convenient location to some great attractions. Cashmere is nestled in the Cascade foothills, with small mountains and hillsides all around it. Cashmere’s weather is pleasant from spring through fall, and the winters are bad either. There is an interesting history to the community and much of it is on display there. Cashmere is a fun and inviting place to visit.

Things To Do In Cashmere

The friendliness of Cashmere is one of the city’s top attractions. Whether walking around the streets or venturing inside some of the local businesses, it is very easy to feel welcome there. Cashmere’s Chelan County Museum and Pioneer Village is a top attraction and a visit there can really bring home the local history of the community and surrounding area. Touring the Aplets & Cotlets factory and getting to see firsthand how this unique fruit candy is made can be a lot of fun too. If you’re an antique hunter, Cashmere has you covered there too with a couple of really good options, some known nationally. A visit to the 9/11 Spirit of America Memorial can also be rewarding. There is even a local cider mill there too that offers tastings and tours. One of the best ways to have a good time in Cashmere is to get out to the local parks or along the river, this is especially true during local celebrations. And you won’t have a problem coming up with a good place to go out to eat when visiting there either as there are plenty of options. Cashmere really does offer some great attractions and things to see and do during a visit there.

Cashmere – The Surrounding Area

Cashmere, like many communities on the Cascade Loop, is surrounded by some great scenery. Getting out and exploring it is a great way to experience the area. To the west of Cashmere is the Big Y, small towns like Dryden and Peshastin, and popular attractions like the community of Leavenworth and the Lake Wenatchee area. Further west is the Stevens Pass Ski Area which is great if you want to get out and hit the slopes. To the east of Cashmere is the largest city on the eastern portion of the Cascade Loop, Wenatchee. That direction also can lead you to Rocky Reach Dam and other things to see and do. Nearby Peshastin Pinnacles State Park is home to some very popular rock climbing opportunities. The surrounding roads leading to and from Cashmere are dotted with produce stands offering some of the best in fresh fruits and vegetables. The Wenatchee River that flows right by is very popular with local rafters and kayakers. Other nearby attractions include Blewett Pass, Camas Meadow, Devils Gulch Off Road Vehicle Trail, Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort, and more. You’ll never be bored during your time in and around Cashmere, Washington.

Great Places To Stay In Cashmere

Phone: (509) 782-3522
Website: Village Inn Motel

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