Creston is located 60 miles west of Spokane
on Highway 2.
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Creston’s annual Community Days is held on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend, this year - May 25, 2013. Some of the events include a breakfast, The Butte or Bust Run, a parade, "Chase" and the Garrett Bartley Band, Tractor Show, and activities and lunch at the Park.
Butte or Bust Run Entry Form (Word) PDF
Parade Entry Form (Word) PDF
Tractor Show Entry Form (Word) PDF
6:00 - 9:00.. ..Breakfast- EMT and Firefighter Benefit
9:00............ .Butte Or Bust Run
11:00........ . ..Parade- Line-up at 10:00
12:00......... . .Lunch in the park- Civic Club
12:00......... ..Mini Motocross Registration
12:00 - 3:00.. .Kids games/Foot races
12:00 - 10:00. .Beer Garden
1:00 - 4:00.. ..Mini Motocross Races
2:00.......... ..Tractor Show Awards
4:00 - 9:00....Garrett Bartley Band and
Creston’s Town Hall Auditorium contains historical pictures and information, including the story of Harry Tracy, a Wild West outlaw who was gunned down by a Creston posse on August 5th, 1902 after an extensive manhunt. For a detailed story of this manhunt as written by William MacLeod Raine, please click on http://gaslight.mtroyal.ca/htracy.htm
The Creston Town Hall is situated in a historic building, originally the site of the Creston state Bank.
Creston is located within 8 miles of Lincoln, located on Lake Roosevelt that offers a boat launch, swimming and camping opportunities.
The Lake Roosevelt Recreation Area lies within a 30 mile radius of Creston with recreation opportunities including Keller Ferry, Fort Spokane, Porcupine Bay, Seven Bays, And Two Rivers Casino. The drive to any of these areas offers amazing wildlife viewing opportunities.
Creston is known for its hunting opportunities, including game birds, water fowl, deer, elk, bear and more. Please contact The Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife for season regulations.