Located between North Cascades Highway and the Skagit River along the Cascade Loop, Rasar State Park is a great place to call home for a night or several. This clean, well-maintained campground offers a variety of options ranging from basic tent sites to cozy cabins.
There are plenty of activities to keep you busy at Rasar State Park. Over 3 miles of hiking trails wind through trees and fields to the Skagit River. With 4,000 feet of freshwater shoreline along the Skagit, Rasar is also a great place for fishing. All five species of Pacific salmon run in the river, as well as steelhead trout. Check posted signs for season information and restrictions. During fall and winter, bald eagles feed on chum salmon along the shore.
The campground boasts over 50 sites: 20 hook-up sites with electricity and water, including two that are ADA-accessible, 18 standard sites, eight walk-in sites, three primitive hiker/biker sites, three cabins, three large group camps, and two walk-in Adirondack shelters. Though none of the sites have sewer hookups due to proximity to the river, there is one dump station available. Campers can purchase bagged ice, firewood, and souvenirs from the on-site store.
Note: Camping fee shown is for a standard site during high season. Prices vary by season and campsite type.