Rasar State Park is a 169-acre camping park with 4,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on the Skagit River. Wildlife observation opportunities, especially for eagle watching, are excellent, particularly in early fall and early winter. The Rasar Family generously donated 128 acres of the park to State Parks in 1986. The 40 adjacent acres (north of Cape Horn road) were acquired in 1990 from Washington State Department of Natural Resources.
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Rasar: Skagit River, Hiking and Warm Cabins
Rasar is a favorite place to set up a basecamp when we plan to be out on the Skagit River or day hiking in the cascades. I highly recommend splurging for a cabin, so you can have a warm and super cozy place after a day of fishing or hiking in the rain.