Columbia National Wildlife Refuge Park

Park Description

Located in the spectacular Columbia Basin in eastern Washington, Columbia National Wildlife Refuge is a scenic mixture of rugged cliffs, canyons, lakes, and arid sagebrush grasslands that attract migrating and wintering waterfowl, sandhill crane, neotropical migrants, and nesting birds. The refuge's setting is the geological area known as the Channeled Scablands' an area formed when great glacial floods gouged through basalt layers, leaving distinctive canyons or "channels", rocky buttes, and cliffs. This area, known as the Drumheller Channels, was designated a National Natural Landmark in 1986.

Park Address

735 E Main St

Othello, WA, 99344

Columbia National Wildlife Refuge Park Activites

AUTO TOURING

BOATING

INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS

FISHING

HIKING

HUNTING

WILDLIFE VIEWING