Rockport State Park

Hike through the old-growth forest on the easy to moderate Evergreen or Fern Creek trails. Or overlook the Skagit River on Sauk Springs and Skagit View trails, each are a one-mile, easy hike. The West Loop Interpretive Trail is a one-mile ADA trail.

At the foot of Sauk Mountain, featuring 250-foot tall rare old-growth trees, the Discovery Center, and a Skagit River overlook, Rockport State Park is one of the few places to view a rare ecosystem.

Picnic tables are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

A rental picnic shelter is available for up to 30 people. The shelter has picnic tables, fire ring, grill and amphitheater seating. No electrical service. 

Day-use only. Dogs allowed on leash. 

51905 State Route 20, Rockport, WA 98283
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  • Evergreen Trail
  • Fern Creek Trail
  • Skagit View Trail
  • Sauk Springs Trail
  • West Loop Interpretive Trail

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