Discover Crow Butte Park

NO DISCOVER PASS REQUIRED


Welcome to Crow Butte. 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.

The best part of enjoying all that Crow Butte has to offer is no Discovery Passes is needed since the park is managed by the Port of Benton! We invite you to enjoy the amenities, wildlife and recreation that Crow Butte has to offer.

FIRE USE AND SPECIAL NOTICES

Wood and charcoal fires ARE NOW ALLOWED at Crow Butte Park! Propane grills and fire pits are also good to use.

Thank you,
Crow Butte Management

Recreation Activities for Everyone


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

BOATING

SWIMMING

FISHING

WILDLIFE

PERSONAL WATERCRAFT

PLAYGROUND

CAMPING

HIKING

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