Life in Wenatchee, Washington
Imagine living and working in community that boasts endless outdoor adventures, family friendly activities, amazing restaurants and wineries, and over 300 days of sunshine! If this sounds appealing and you want to work for a quality organization, then Central Washington Hospital is the place for you!
Located in the heart of Washington, Wenatchee is located on the sunny side of the Cascade mountains, a short drive from Spokane and Seattle. While the Greater Wenatchee Valley is mostly known for it’s agriculture and apples, the area also provides four seasons of outdoor adventure: hiking, camping, fishing, downhill and cross country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, rafting, water sports, biking, rock climbing, golfing and much more! Wenatchee is also home to a British Columbia Hockey League team, the Wenatchee Wild. Not an outdoor or sports enthusiast? The surrounding area hosts many festivals and celebrations, including Wenatchee’s own Apple Blossom Festival. In fact, we are located near Leavenworth, famous for its quaint Bavarian themed village and its Christmas lighting festival. Sip on wine at one of our local wineries, dine in a superb restaurant and then attend a concert or theater production… whether you like Country Music or classical music, you will find events in the area that will fit your style. To learn more about living and working in Wenatchee, click on any link below to explore the many sites and activities of North Central Washington.
Wenatchee Rated No. 1 by BusinessWeek Best Housing Market in 2007
National Geographic rated the City of Wenatchee #5 in the “50 Top Adventure Towns, Where to Live & Play Now” in the Mountain category in their 2007 Adventure Magazine.
“Country Home” Magazine rated Wenatchee #5 in the nation in the 2007 Top 25 Best Places to Live – Best Green Cities in America.
The historic Downtown District of Wenatchee was awarded “The Great American Main Street Award” in 2003 by the National Trust Historic Preservation.