Camas Meadows

An easy, two-mile hike on meandering trails, with less than 350 ft of elevation gain. The meadows are a seasonal wetland in the Wenatchee Mountains, a Washington Natural Area Preserve with a fragile ecosystem and endemic plants. Please tread lightly!

Getting There

From SR- 97, 5 miles south of SR-2 and 37 miles north of Cle Elum, turn east onto Camas Creek Road. Drive 3.1 miles to the meadow and a fork in the road. Take the left fork and drive 0.25 mile to the parking area and gate in the road.

On the Trail

Camas Meadows, also know as Camas Land, is a flat meadow surrounded by ponderosa pine. It melts out late, and is often under snow and water in April  and into May. The best known  plants are the checker mallow (Sidalcea oregana) and Wenatchee larkspur (Delphinium viridescens).


  • Suitable Activities: Day Hiking, Naturalist
  • Seasons: April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November
  • Weather: View weather forecast
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 2.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 350 ft
  • 3,200 ft
  • Green Trails Liberty No. 210
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