Crow Butte State Park is an island on the Columbia River along the historic Lewis and Clark Trail. A hike to the top of the butte affords views of Oregon, Mount Hood, Mount Adams, and the Columbia River valley. The park takes its name from the Crow family, who settled near the present-day park after homesteading began in the area in 1850.
Crow Butte State Park is an Island on the Columbia River
On the Road, TriviaBy American Profile on August 18, 2002