2019 Keystone Sierra 399 loft
2019 Keystone Sierra 399 loft
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Concrete, Washington is a small town nestled in the lush foothills of the North Cascade Mountains, about 35 miles east of the larger towns of Mount Vernon and Anacortes. The town has changed names several times since its settlement, starting out as Minnehaha, then Baker, which was then merged with neighboring Cement City and finally officially incorporated as Concrete in 1909.
Concrete has even been featured on the big screen in the 1993 movie This Boy’s Life, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro. Book an RV in Concrete to take advantage of the stunningly beautiful Pacific Northwest scenery and laid-back rural life.
Just 20 miles east of Concrete lies North Cascades National Park, a paradise for outdoor recreation enthusiasts. Hiking, biking, and boating are all popular ways to explore the park in the summer, and visitors often ski, snowshoe, or sled in the winter months. Diablo Lake is a highlight of the park, with shockingly cold and bright turquoise water that’s perfect for exploring with a kayak or stand up paddleboard. With a Concrete RV rental, you can easily explore the beautiful alpine lakes and trails of North Cascades National Park.
Mt. Baker Ski Area is about a two-hour drive north of Concrete, and is one of the snowiest places on the planet--the area once set the record for the most recorded snowfall in a single season with 95 feet of snow! The ski area offers a multitude of trails for skiers and snowboarders of all levels, and they have lessons available as well. Overnight parking is available so you can pick up a camper rental in Concrete and easily spend a weekend skiing at Mt. Baker.
The Lower Baker Dam is an engineering behemoth--it was completed in 1925 and then raised to 293 feet tall in 1927 which made it the tallest hydroelectric dam in the world at that time. The dam forms a reservoir on the Baker River called Lake Shannon, which is a popular destination for fishing, boating, and water skiing.
There are several RV parks near Concrete, including the Concrete/Grandy Creek KOA. This campground features full hookups, pull-through sites up to 90 feet long, and a hot tub and seasonal pool. There are several activities available, including mini golf, volleyball or basketball, and even a hayride. The park also hosts events for campers like pancake breakfasts and ice cream socials. Grandy Creek runs along the edge of the campground. This family-friendly campground is a great option for camping with kids in a motorhome rental from Concrete.
For more rustic camping, head to Rasar State Park on the bank of the Skagit River. The park has 20 sites with electricity and water hookups. A dump station, restrooms, and showers are available in the park, in addition to a store in the contact station that sells firewood, souvenirs, and more. Rasar State Park has a playground for kids and beautiful hiking trails throughout the area. With a maximum length of 40 feet, this is a great place to stay with a small travel trailer rental near Concrete.
There are a couple gas stations and grocery stores in town, but no large chain stores. You can stock up on basics in Concrete, but don’t count on finding specialized items. Larger retailers can be found in the Mount Vernon-Anacortes metropolitan area.
The Skagit Eagle Festival takes place annually, every full weekend for the month of January. This event celebrates bald eagle-watching season and features a variety of events and activities, including eagle-related crafts for kids, forest service eagle watching stations, and photography tours. The festival highlights Native American history, local conservation projects, and the community. Events are spread between Concrete and nearby Rockport and Marblemount, so it’s the perfect time to explore with your travel trailer RV rental from Concrete.
The town also hosts the annual Concrete Vintage Fly-In at the local airport, which draws hundreds of vintage, classic, and antique aircraft and plane enthusiasts. The event also involves a youth activity day with a bouncy house, face painting, and much more, plus a host of food trucks present throughout the weekend. Vintage car and motorcycle clubs also occasionally make appearances at this event!
Concrete has a limited selection of restaurants, with the focus being on hearty pub fare and deli food. For more food options, head west to the Sedro-Woolley or Mount Vernon areas, where you will find a broad selection of fast food, world cuisine, and more.