Rasar State Park RV & Campground Guide


Located on the Skagit River's shoreline near Concrete, Rasar State Park is a fabulous place to explore the beauty of northern Washington. Bring along a blanket and lay in the grassy meadows to watch the eagles soaring overhead, especially in the fall. Over 4,000 feet of shoreline is available for freshwater fishing. Your kids will love the playground equipment. Almost four miles of hiking trails are available. This state park is located about 100 miles northwest of Seattle, 7 miles from Rockport, 11 miles from Hamilton and 14 miles from Marblemount. 

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Spring 38-55 F
Summer 52-72 F
Fall 45-65 F
Winter 33-45 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Rasar State Park

You do not want to miss any of the fun at this state park, so bring your RV. With a recreational vehicle, it's easier to set your own timeline and enjoy side trips. If you do not have one, then rent one on RVshare.com

Grandy Creek RV Campground

Grandy Creek RV Campground is located at Mount Baker's base near the North Cascades National Park. The campground's activity director puts on many fun activities, especially for children. Inquire about rates or use your Thousand Oaks membership.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi: Yes

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: Planned activities, live entertainment, jumping pillow

Concrete/Grandy Creek KOA

You'll find Concrete/Grandy Creek KOA on the shores of Grandy Creek at the base of Mount Baker. Here, you'll have the chance to beat everyone in a game of miniature golf or hike along the campground's trails. Your pet will love playing in the dog park. Call the park to inquire about rates.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi: Yes

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: Dog park, miniature golf, hiking trails

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What to Do at
Rasar State Park

Inside Rasar State Park

This park is a great place to go when you want to experience the tranquility of the Pacific Northwest. The Skagit River has healthy populations of five native salmon species as well as two trout species. When exploring in this park, be sure to look up to see the eagles flying overhead. There are several playgrounds for children to enjoy too. 

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How to Get to
Rasar State Park

It is easy to get to Raser State Park from Concrete, Washington. Leave Concrete going to the west on East Street, which becomes Douglas Vose III Way. Turn right on Washington 20 West. In about six miles, turn left on Russell Road and right on Cape Horn Road. Follow this road to arrive at the park. 

Entering Rasar State Park

Rasar State Park is open from 8 a.m. until dusk for day use

Rasar State Park Per passenger vehicle : $10.0

You will love visiting Raser State Park. Look high overhead, especially during December and January, to see bald eagles during their winter migration. In the spring, the wildflowers are beautiful, and you can enjoy them on this park's hiking trails. Rent a boat or use a local guide service to play on the Skagit River. Since this area almost always gets adequate moisture, fall colors are often spectacular. Share your opinions of this state park on your social media feed, and tag RVshare.com in your comments. We want to see what you and others say about this outstanding state park. Alternatively, you can share your stories and photos by emailing them to [email protected].

Frequently Asked Questions About Rasar State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Rasar State Park?

While Rasar State Park is open year-round, autumn is the peak camping season for bird-watchers and anglers. The state offers a special chinook salmon fishing season in the early fall, and steelhead trout fishing is fabulous in late autumn.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Rasar State Park?

There are 20 partial hookup sites in Rasar State Park. Many of them are along the Skagit River and offer wooded surroundings and scenic views. RV designated sites have water, electricity, and access to a single dump site.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Rasar State Park?

Follow Rasar State Park's trails through the woods to the grassy meadow, and you will likely see elk, coyotes, and deer. If you visit in September, keep an eye on the sky to see eagles soaring overhead or perched in trees!

Are pets allowed at Rasar State Park?

Pets are welcome at Rasar State Park as long as they are leashed, cleaned up after, and under their owners' control at all times. Most trails and public areas within the park are pet-friendly.

Is Rasar State Park accessible for disabled visitors?

There is a 1-mile accessible hiking trail at Rasar State Park. Additionally, most of the park’s buildings and some of the picnic areas are easily accessible, and the campground contains two ADA-compliant camping sites.