Concrete / Grandy Creek KOA

7370 Russell Road

Concrete, WA 98237

Reserve: 888-562-4236

Info: 360-826-3554

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Campground Activities


North Cascade Mountains

The North Cascades Region offers many recreational opportunities that range from easy hikes to strenuous climbs; from adventurous rafting to gentle canoeing. Check the Marblemount ranger station for River rafting: 360-873-4590. There are many lakes and rivers for fishing and boating. Baker Lake, Shanon Lake, a few other lakes and trails are within 15 miles of the campground.

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Horseback Riding

Call Langs Horse and Pony Farm to get the whole family a guided trail ride: 360-424-7630. Let them know you saw them on the Concrete KOA web site.

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Go Cart and Family Fun Center

The Family Fun Center is located 40 minutes from the campground.

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There are several golf courses in the area. Come and stay a few days to try some of them.

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Visit a variety of different kinds of museums, from Concrete all the way to Anacortes. Choices include quilt, historical, and heritage museums.

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Diablo Lake

Take a trip down the Diablo Lake to the dam. See the beauty of the mountains as you travel along. Call Seattle light for reservations at 206-684-3030.

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Sockeye Express

Take a ride on the Sockeye Express and listen to the history of Concrete and how it got its name. It's very enjoyable!

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Whale Watching

Take a trip through the San Juan Islands from Anacortes. Catch a whale watching trip out of La Conner or Anacortes.

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Come and watch the magnificent Eagles as they soar in the sky, catch fish, or just rest along the rivers banks of the North Cascade Highway or Highway 20. It's a wonderful experience! Join in the Eagle Festival in Concrete and visit with other Eagle watchers. This event happens in the first weekend of February.

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