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Chinook Pass Community Association
(formerly known as the Nile Civic Betterment Association)
P. O. Box 717
Naches WA 98937
Every resident from Horseshoe Bend to the top of Chinook Pass is
considered a member of CPCA and is entitled to attend NCBA meetings.
Our meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month from April
through October of each year at 7:00 PM at the Nile Clubhouse.
Jim Sprick Community Park
Jim Sprick Community Park is available to all Nile area residents (only) for day-use. In order to obtain income to provide improvements to the
Park, local groups of larger than 25 people and out-of-the-area
groups may be able to rent the Park but are required to make reservations,
sign a contract outlining use of the Park, and pay a fee.
In recent years, the Park was been rented for weddings, receptions,
reunions, and like events. Overnight dry-camping is also available
for large groups (no hook-ups are available), but no camping is
allowed for the general public. The Park is being kept rustic, although
a large covered picnic area with a refrigerator is available, a
new playground and an approximately ¼-mile paved walking
path has been added, along with showers and flush-toilets. For
more information on the park or click
here for a map
Nile Community Clubhouse located on the lower Nile Road is available to rent for business meetings, weddings, parties, reunions and other indoor activities. If desired, lunch, dinner or snacks can be catered from the Woodshed Restaurant or other local establishments. Amenities include tables and chairs, a full kitchen and other incidentals. The Clubhouse can accommodate 80 people; cost to rent is $100.00 per day.
For Clubhouse rentals, contact Mary Smith email@example.com or Jan Dahl firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nile Valley Community Days - July 19-20, 2014
Nile Valley Days is held at Sprick Park during the third full weekend
in July of each year. This weekend is packed
with fun family activities: Many vendors with hand-crafted items,
food booths, displays, kid’s games, egg-toss, live entertainment,
Lions’ Bingo, black-powder demonstrations, horseshoe tournaments,
rescue demonstrations by Central WA Mountain Rescue, and amateur wood events
including the spike drive, cross-cut saw, wood-splitting, and axe
throw. When available, we also have archery demonstrations, pony
rides for the kids, alpacas on display, and other events. Each year
we try to include a new family-oriented activity. A $1.00 donation is taken at the gate, but is donation only.
Chinook Pass Community Association officers
President: Steve Nevens email@example.com
Vice-Pres: Chris Colby firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Judith Van Hees Judith@jvaccounting.com
Clubhouse Rentals: Mary Smith email@example.com
Jim Sprick Community Park Rentals: Tammy Jorgensen firstname.lastname@example.org or Mary Smith email@example.com
Vendors for Nile Vallley Days: Tammy Jorgensen firstname.lastname@example.org
Entertainment for Nile Valley Days: Mary and Judith Van Hees, email@example.com
Last updated March 7, 2014
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