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Crow Butte Park (Paterson, WA)

Crow Butte Park on the Columbia River Island (click to enlarge)

We stayed at camp site #28 in Crow Butte Campground for five nights. It was great!

Many of the sites are large pull-throughs and there’s plenty of space between sites. Though the Columbia riverside sites, including ours, are close to the river, you have to walk through narrow trails to get down to the river. Plus, there are rattlesnake warnings everywhere.

I will obey

 

Our Site #28

 

 

There’s a small swimming beach near the park. Flirt loved it, but it was wading depth only.

I want to swim, not wade

 

Crow Butte Beach

 

While we were investigating the beach, several flocks of pelicans flew over our heads.

 

The campground is full of sycamore trees that are “shedding”. Mowing the grass becomes something new.

Molting

 

Finally, during our first night we saw a line of blinking red lights in the distance. Airport? UFO landing base? Neither. Turns out they were aircraft warning lights on the tops of wind towers. Weird, but interesting.

These lights merit a reality show

 

 

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Mary Hughes #

    Tom, Jan.. looks pretty darn serene. Mary

    Virus-free. http://www.avast.com

    July 20, 2019
  2. John #

    Love your stuff …, stay healthy and be safe.

    July 23, 2019

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