Rasar State Park - Washington

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Park Overview

Rasar State Park is a 169-acre camping park with 4,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on the Skagit River. Wildlife observation opportunities, especially for eagle watching, are excellent, particularly in early fall and early winter.


The Rasar Family generously donated 128 acres of the park to State Parks in 1986. The 40 adjacent acres (north of Cape Horn road) were acquired in 1990 from Washington State Department of Natural Resources.

Park Features

The park offers playground equipment for kids. There are second-growth trees and ample opportunities for nature study.

Interpretive opportunities

There are currently no interpretive opportunities at this park.

Physical Features

The park has 4,000 feet of low-bank riverfront along the Skagit River.


38730 Cape Horn Road, Concrete, WA 98237


Located along the north shore of the Skagit River, approximately 19 miles east of Burlington, Wash. in Skagit County.

From the west:

From I–5 north of Burlington, take exit 232 (Cook Road); travel approximately 6 miles east to stop light in Sedro-Woolley. Turn left (east) onto Highway 20 and continue for approximately 15 miles to Lusk Road. Turn right (south) onto Lusk Road and continue for one mile. Turn left (east) onto Cape Horn Road and continue for one mile. The main park entrance is located on the right.

From the east:

Drive six miles west on SR 20 from Concrete to Russell Road (between mileposts 82 and 83). Turn left and drive south approx 1 mile. Turn right (west) onto Cape Horn Road and travel approx 1 ¼ mile. The main park entrance is located on the left.

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