Pinterest Board on Recreation around Columbia Bluffs in Quincy Washington.
Columbia Bluffs is ideally situated in Central Washington, Grant County and in close proximity to the Columbia River, Wanapum Pool, Frenchman Coulee, Puget Sound Wild Horse Wind Farm, the Amphitheater at the Gorge, Cave B Winery, Sage Cliffs Resort, Crescent Bar and many other recreational resources and activities.
Columbia Bluffs is adjacent to the Desert Unit of the Columbia Basin Wildlife Area, teeming with waterfowl, eagles, white pelicans, mule deer, butterflies, reptiles, wildflowers, songbirds and many other natives.
Most of the Desert Unit is within a large natural basin filled with black basalt sand deposited by ice age floods. It is a unique arid ‘desert’ environment with a high water table, many ponds, wetlands and two major wasteway stream systems, all fed by water from the federal Columbia Basin Irrigation Project.
The shrub-steppe natural communities of Columbia Bluffs support diverse vegetation.
Columbia Bluffs land parcel is located Grant County is a county located in the U.S. state of Washington. As of the 2010 census, the population was 89,120. The county seat is Ephrata and the largest city is Moses Lake. The county was named after U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,791 square miles (7,228.7 km2), of which 2,681 square miles (6,943.8 km2) is land and 110 square miles (284.9 km2) (3.95%) is water. 
Where Agriculture Meets Technology
The City of Quincy has a population of 7,000 with a rural community total population of approximately 13,000. City facilities include a Library, Aquatic Center, six parks with picnic sites (three parks have covered picnic shelters) and a museum. The surrounding cities provide for an increase in tourism around the area. Ice Age Floods and the Columbia River Basalt Flows helped form the geology of the surrounding area making it a fun place to hike, explore and climb. The annual Farmer Consumer Awareness Day (FCAD) celebration is held the second weekend in September. – Source City of Quincy Washington website.
Unobstructed 80-mile Columbia River and territorial views at Columbia Bluffs. The Columbia River is the largest river in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. The river rises in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia, Canada. It flows northwest and then south into Washington State, then turns west to form most of the border between Washington and the state of Oregon before emptying into the Pacific Ocean. 
Popular with hikers and photographers alike, Frenchman Coulee is a gorge located in the Columbia River Plateau region of central Washington state. It is an amazing piece of evidence of the Ice Age floods.
Puget Sound Wild Horse Wind Farm
Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility and Renewable Energy Center is 16 miles east of Ellensburg in Central Washington. Wild Horse’s wind turbines have the capacity to generate up to 273 megawatts (MW) of electricity. Wild Horse’s solar-power installation, one of the Northwest’s largest, can generate up to 500 kilowatts of electricity.
Lands within the Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility are open to hunting, hiking, bird watching, horseback riding, and other recreational activities by written permission only. Gates along the Beacon Ridge Road are open April 1 to Nov. 30, from two hours before sunrise to two hours after sunset.