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Upcoming Events:

1/25 – 1:00 p.m.
Tanya Kitterman
"Salmon and Eagles of the Skagit"


1/26 – 1:00 p.m.
Matt Riggen
"Trails Around the Darrington District"


Driving Directions

To the Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center and Eagle Watchers Sites

52809 Rockport Park Road, Rockport, Washington

Located about 100 miles north and east of Seattle, Washington, the most direct route is from Interstate 5, Exit 230 at Burlington. Exit the interstate and head east on State Route 20 (the North Cascades Scenic Highway). The community of Rockport, in the heart of the viewing area, is about 40 miles from I-5 on SR 20.

From South I-5, take exit 232 for Cook Road toward Sedro-Woolley. Take Cook Road to SR 20 and turn left. Continue on SR 20 through Concrete. Continue to the community of Rockport, in the heart of the eagle viewing area, which is about 40 miles from I-5 on SR 20. Watch for the Rockport signs, and turn right onto Alfred Street, then left on Railroad Avenue. The Center will be on the left.

From Darrington: Take WA 530/Emens Road. Turn left onto Rockport Park Road, and the Center will be on the right.

State Route 20 over Washington and Rainy Passes will be closed for the winter between mile posts 134 (Ross Lake Trail) and mile post 175 (west of Early Winters).


The Skagit River Valley in Northwest Washington Bald Eagle Viewing Locations in the Rockport-Marblemount Area

Notes

Please help support the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) by purchasing a "Watchable Wildlife" decal or personalized license plate.

Eagle viewing and information is marked in red for the Rockport-Marblemount Area Map.

Drive Carefully!

Be especially careful when pulling off and on Highway 20.

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