The Palm Springs of Washington

 

See the Grant County PUD's proposed options for the island... and give them feedback NOW!

There are two options that the PUD is proposing for the island. Urge them to go with "Option A". Click here to view them.

From now until May 30th, Grant County is taking feedback from us on which option to choose. Now is the time to let them know! Click here to send them an email with your opinion. Don't delay!

Crescent 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 breathtaking views of hills and towering cliffs carved out when an ancient dam collapsed and sent an avalanche of rocks and ice down through what is now the Columbia River gorge. 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.

Crescent View Condominum is celebrating its 24th year in operation!

  • Breathtaking views at the foot of Babcock Ridge.
  • Every pool has a great view of the surroundings.
  • A large grassy area for playing or relaxing.
  • The large pool and cloverleaf spa are located down close to the river.
  • Panoramic views of the cliffs and river from every building.
  • A sports pool, shuffleboard court and plenty of open space.
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  • The popular Gorge Amphitheater is only five miles downriver.
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The River is Back Up and the Miniature Golf Course is Gone! See Photos