Crow Butte Reopening Guidance

The response to COVID-19 has created a consistently evolving situation, and the Port of Benton will continue to monitor and abide by Governor Inslee’s orders as they apply to reopening of similar state parks, campsites, and boating facilities.

Crow Butte Park will remain closed for overnight camping until further clarification is received from the State of Washington. Benton County remains in Phase I of the Washington State Safe Restart proclamation.

While the park remains closed to overnight camping refunds will be issued approximately one week in advance of scheduled reservations. 

We appreciate your continued patience, please check back weekly to check status.  We hope to see our campers soon!

View Current COVID-19 Related Park Protocols

Welcome to Crow Butte. We invite you to enjoy the amenities, wildlife and recreation that Crow Butte has to offer. The 275-acre park is on an island located in southwestern Benton County in Washington. The island was created by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers as part of the McNary Dam project in the late 70s.

Crow Butte is nestled along the majestic Columbia River. The park has 50 full-service campsites, a playground, three boat launches and a boat basin accessible via motor or river traffic.

Recreational Activities for Everyone

Crow Butte Park is primarily a watersports park with three boat launches and a sheltered bay for temporary moorage. Activities include:









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