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Welcome to Crow Butte Park

MARCH 15th IS OPENING WEEKEND!
Campground closed October 31st.

Overflow Camping is closed until further notice due to construction.


As of May 30, 2017, Camp Fires, Wood and Charcoal Fires are banned at Crow Butte Park.  ONLY Propane Grills and Propane Fire Pits are allowed until further notice.

Thank you,
Crow Butte Management


 

Crow Butte Park is managed by the Port of Benton, so you won’t need a Discover Pass to enjoy all of the available amenities.The 275 acre park is on an island located in the majestic Columbia River at the very southwest section of Benton County in Washington State. It is accessible by motor and river traffic. There are 50 full service camping sites, three boat launches and a boat basin.

2017 Boat Passes are now available.

 

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Park Availability

Park Open: March 15th – October 31st
Hours: Dawn till Dusk
Check in: 2:30 p.m.
Check out: 1:00 p.m.

Boat ramp is open year round.

Fuel: There is fuel available about four miles away at Mercer Ranches and also 12 miles away at Paterson. Both fueling areas are cardlocks, but accept debit and credit cards.

Current Events

  • January 20-22, 2017 – Tri-Cities Sportsman’s Show at the TRAC. Port of Benton has a booth.
  • July 15, 2017 – Horse Heaven Hills Trail Ride –Enjoy the views, wines, and BBQ from Horse Heaven Hills vineyard and wineries. BBQ 5pm-7pm. For more information & tickets, go to: horseheavenhillswinegrowers.org
  • August 5, 2017 – Crow Butte Picnic.
    Noon – 2:00 – Free BBQ
    Hand Made Ice Cream
    Free Boat Launch
    Free Day Use

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