Few areas in Washington state offer the artistic and cultural diversity found in Skagit County.
A mild climate, ample rainfall and fertile soil combine to make agriculture the top industry in Skagit County.
The Skagit Valley’s mild climate, evenly distributed rainfall and fertile farmlands provide an ideal environment for bulb growing, primarily daffodils, tulips and irises.
In 1870, the first steamer reached Mount Vernon, bringing settlers; within four years, regular steamer service was available from Seattle.
La Conner is the kind of place where people park the car and walk the streets as they enjoy several blocks of antique stores, boutiques, gift shops and restaurants.
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.
No matter the season, the great outdoors is at your doorstep. Take a day to sailing off Fidalgo Island, hiking in the North Cascades or berry picking at a local farm
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