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.
Kayaking is a great way to get out on the waters of western Skagit County and the nearby San Juan Islands.
Whether your preference is saltwater or freshwater, Skagit County has many fishing opportunities.
In 1870, the first steamer reached Mount Vernon, bringing settlers; within four years, regular steamer service was available from Seattle.
For thousands of years aboriginal tribes have lived in the Skagit and Samish River valleys, along the coast of the Salish Sea and on its numerous islands.
Resilient Sedro-Woolley manages to retain its lumber-era charm while continuing to be a vital center of commerce and recreation.
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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