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Wapato Point – Resort on Lake Chelan
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  • Address : 1 Wapato Way, Manson, WA 98831
  • Phone Number : +1 509-687-9511
  • Email : info@wapatopoint.com
  • Street Number : 1
  • Route : Wapato Way
  • Postal Code : 98831
  • Locality : Manson
  • State : Washington (WA)
  • Country : United States
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  • Monday : 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
  • Tuesday : 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
  • Wednesday : 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
  • Thursday : 7:00 am – 12:00 am
  • Friday : 7:00 am – 12:00 am
  • Saturday : 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
  • Sunday : 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
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    I love that they have the community pool use! It saves me when I need to have something for my kiddo to do when it's cold out or just want to jump in a pool. However, the showers are not presurized or balanced correctly in the changing rooms, when you turn one on the other gets cold or scalding, my dad is a plumber and I know it's a relatively easy fix. Second, the air vent above the shower area in the women's changing room was so fuzzy with dust and other things, it was really gross!

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    We have loved coming here for years but the place is be getting run down. The worst of it is the goose feces. They have ignored it so literally it is everywhere. Everywhere! You cannot walk or play on the beach or field or anywhere without stepping or touching it, no exaggeration. When you talk with the office they are oblivious and chalk it up to they are wild animals. Candidly, buyer beware if you stay here. I don't think I will be coming back with my family ever again.

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    4 out of 5 Rating

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    Great place to stay with family, great private beach, lots of activities for kids, weather is awesome during month of August plus water is the warmest... Only negative feedback is that we asked for renovated unit like 5months ago (when we booked it) but were given one of their only units that wasn't renovated, bummer, but we're here to enjoy outdoors and not to stay indoors. Overall, a great experience that's far away from home yet close to home.

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    4 out of 5 Rating

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    Been coming here since my oldest child was 2 - he's 22 now. Obviously we like it since we keep coming back ;-) Yes, it is "middle class" as some other reviewer pointed out. This is not a 5-star resort. The color scheme is purple/red/teal. So, yes, a bit out-of-date. But personally I don't care much about the color of the upholstery fabric or the style of the lamp on the side table. The units are very clean, comfortable, and functional, which is what matters to me. If you want something that is decorated in the most modern trends, look elsewhere. If you want a fully equipped, clean and cozy home environment with easy access to Lake Chelan, swimming pools, boating, mini golf, sports activities, a hot tub, etc. . . this is great. There is something for every age. My parents are in their 80s and enjoy leisurely walks on the maintained paths and they love the beautiful views. When my kids were very little, the enjoyed the pools, wading in the lake, and playing in the sand. We used to bring kites for them to fly in the numerous grassy areas. As they grew older and became better swimmers, they liked swimming out to the dock, kayaking, and canoeing, and doing the craft activities offered by the kiosk. As teenagers, the swam and played the organized sports games and flirted. But it isn't perfect. As mentioned earlier, it is dated. Not just in decor, but the entire place is a bit run down. They used to have a floating dock to swim out to, with a ladder and a water slide. Now the is still a dock, but no slide and NO LADDER to help you up. The kiosk staff is unaware and rules separating boating areas from swimmers (which is actually a safety concern!) are ignored. Boat rentals are expensive, and you have to make sure the staff at the kiosk keeps accurate time or you WILL BE OVERCHARGED. Be vigilant about checking your charges at the front desk and you will be ok. And regarding the complaint that housekeeping never came in 5 days - duh. This isn't a hotel. You are renting a condo for the week. If you have a cup of coffee in the kitchen, housekeeping does not come to wash it for you. You are responsible for putting it in the dishwasher yourself. But they do supply the detergent.

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    2 out of 5 Rating

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    We were gifted this vacation so I want to be polite, but in my opinion this place leaves a lot to be desired. We stayed in one of the beach condos (which looked like they hadn't been touched since the 79's, but no big deal)with our three boys under 4. Let me tell you, if you have kids who make noise between the hours of 11pm-8am, this place is not for you. Believe me, I remember what it was like to not have kids and to want to sleep in. But either the octogenarians staying below us were never parents, or they just forget what it was like, because believe me, we did our best to honor the quiet hours. Everything is very spread out and not super attractive to look at, so again, not great for kids. My biggest problem was the patrons I suppose. The place is clearly run down and middle class (? To put it nicely?) yet the patrons seemed to think they were at the 4 Seasons, taking themselves very seriously and were very stuffy. We never once encountered anyone who worked there after the first night (oh boy-front desk worker, whole nother story). We stayed for 5 days and housekeeping NEVER came once!!! Mind you, I am an East Coaster. Probably a bit of a spoiled one at that. I'm not accustomed to people building 400 houses around 1 lake and 1 pool. That's weird. We have our own pools. So I realize I sound a bit snobby. However if Wapato Point put some money into improving their service (like providing soap?) and maybe tried to liven the place up a bit, perhaps we would have seen more than 10 people the whole time we were there. While we have many good memories, we would not return.

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