The Palm Springs of Washington
rescent View Condominium is located along the east bank of the Columbia River in central Washington state, about 25 miles south of Wenatchee. Surrounded by towering basalt cliffs, an orchard and the mighty Columbia River, this arid, high-desert area has breathtakingly beautiful views of hills and towering cliffs carved from the rush of ancient glacial runoff. 300 days of sunshine each year give visitors plenty of opportunities for boating, swimming, golfing, fishing, hiking and many other outdoor activities.
For nature lovers, there's plenty to enjoy. Bald eagles, bighorn sheep, deer and wild horses are just some of the wild animals that can be seen roaming the wildlife preserve on the other side of the river.
Only five miles upriver from the Gorge Amphitheater, and with many local wineries dotting the hills around Crescent Bar, there's always something to see or do in this hidden paradise.
This year, Crescent View Condominum celebrates its 22nd year in operation!
Crescent Bar News
March 31, 2012: Federal judge orders “status quo” on Crescent Bar Island - Read the story in Crescent Bar Chronicle
April 19, 2013: Feds say future of Crescent Bar up to Grant County PUD and courts - Read the story in the Wenatchee World
March 4, 2014: Boatless in C-Bar? Crack in Wannapum Dam lowers river up to 20 feet - Read the story in Wenatchee World | Read the Seattle Times article
March 5, 2014: Human bones found in Columbia River due to low water levels - Read article
April 2014: Aerial video shows how Wanapum Dam crack has changed Crescent Bar and surrounding area - Watch Video
April 22, 2014: Rates Will Go Up to Help Pay for $61 Million Wanapum Dam Repair; River Will be Low Until After the Fourth of July - Read the Seattle Times article
May 13, 2014: Investigation Identifies Likely Cause of Wanapum Dam Fracture - Read Article