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When traversing the twists and inclines found throughout the state of Washington in your motorhome rental, it should come as no surprise that you'll see many scenic campsites along the way. Specifically, the Puget Sound area draws large crowds almost daily. Should you find yourself in Skagit County, consider camping with your RV at Rasar State Park.
Originally a donation to the state by the Rasar family, this state park spans 168 acres along the north bank of the Skagit River in Concrete. It wasn’t until five years after the official donation that construction for the park was funded and approved. Good things definitely come to those that wait. Rasar State Park is a wonderful testament to Washington and a great spot to check out whenever you find yourself in the area with your camper rental.
With views of the clear Skagit River and the Cascades, it should be expected that when you come to Rasar State Park for some motorhome camping, you’ll spend loads of time in the great outdoors. On property, you’ll find 3.7 miles of accessible trails. Along the trails, keep an eye out for wildlife. Outside of the campground, there are plenty trailheads within Concrete that’ll take you through other areas of the mountains.
Rasar State Park also offers state park RV rental campers 4000 feet of freshwater front on the Skagit River. Teach the kids the old school art of skipping stones or whip out the fishing rods to find what’s hiding under the surface. The shoreline is a great spot to sunbathe while you find relaxation.
For those traveling with children or energetic teens, you can kick your feet up while they take off to the playground facilities. Whether you’ve brought along your own lawn games or allow the kids to climb on the park’s own facilities, there’s plenty of fun to be had and games to be played.
If you find yourself RV camping at Rasar State Park between Memorial Day and Labor Day, you can enroll the kids in a weekend Junior Ranger program. They’ll get hands-on learning and supervised exploration of the area leaving you free to head out on more difficult hikes or just enjoy the peace and quiet. To ensure they've paid attention, quiz them on all their newfound knowledge.
Rasar State Park camping provides a stress-free vacation for you. Whether you’re traveling with one RV or part of a group, the park can accommodate you. Choose from 18 standard sites, 20 partial hookup sites, eight walk-in sites, or three primitive sites. Unplug or stay connected; the choice is yours. Enjoy the wildlife symphony as you wind down for the evening and be woken by a gorgeous sunrise streaming its golden beams through the surrounding trees.
Though you’ll be submerged into the Washington wilderness, the park invites you to stay as clean as possible with their restroom and shower facilities. And, yes, your dog is welcome too. Just be sure to clean up after them and around your campsite in general. If you’ve forgotten something, check out their onsite store to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
The town of Concrete is very accessible from Rasar State Park and great for a few hours of civilization. Notably, you’ll find the North Cascades Vintage Aircraft Museum and a winery or two worth visiting. The small town is oozing with homey cuisine that'll leave bellies full and smiles plastered. And, don't fear a rainy day either. Concrete boasts both a Theater and Cinema. So, whether you like live-action or the screen, you're sure to ignore the gray outside.
Not too far off in the distance is Mt. Vernon should you want to see more of Skagit County. Riddled with local attractions, Mt. Vernon will fill up a whole day if you so choose. There are plenty of interactive museums and exhibits for the kids or have a date night at the theater. Not to mention the Skagit County Tulip Festival is held here.
When you’re renting an RV in Skagit County for more than a weekend, the great city of Seattle is a very reasonable drive. Seattle will easily be a highlight of the trip. The exhilarating pace of the atmosphere and chill vibe of the residence draws visitors from all over. Take a gander around the famed Pike’s Place or grab a coffee from the first Starbucks ever. After you’ve had your fill, retreat to the solitary beauty of Rasar State Park.