Skagit County’s six courses offer golfers all kinds of scenery, from Puget Sound to the wooded areas typically associated with Northwest Washington.
With growing conditions similar to France’s Loire Valley and the Northern Rhine Valley of Germany, Skagit County is home to a growing number of wineries.
The Skagit Valley is a birdwatcher’s dream in winter, when thousands of snow geese, swans and eagles stop here.
A scenic drive along State Route 20 includes stops in the historical towns along the Skagit River and recreation destinations in the North Cascades.
Resilient Sedro-Woolley manages to retain its lumber-era charm while continuing to be a vital center of commerce and recreation.
Mount Vernon is not only Skagit County’s largest town, it is a gateway to many of the experiences that make the Northwest such a special place.
From saltwater beaches on the Salish Sea to snow-capped Cascade peaks, Skagit County is truly a special place. Come discover its beauty.
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