Our team here at the Skagit River Interpretive Center is looking forward to our opening day Saturday December 16th! The walks will leave our Interpretive Center in Rockport, WA at 11am and 1:30pm through mid-February. The schedule changes a bit through the holidays and so we wanted to share the dates and times with you here.RSVP Online!
Saturdays and Sundays
- December 16th and 17th
- December 30th and 31st
- January 1st
- January 6th and 7th
- January 13th and 14th
- January 20th and 21st
- January 27th and 28th
- February 3rd and 4th
- February 10th and 11th
- Wednesday, December 27th
- Thursday, December 28th
- Friday, December 29th
- Monday, January 15th (MLK day)
The walks last from 1.5 to 2 hours and travel along a flat. well-maintained trail. The trail leads into the rainforest, crosses a bridge over a wetland and ends along the Skagit River. Be sure to dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes. There will likely be snow on the trail!
- Ramon Shiloh - 2/2/2024, 2/3/2024, 2/4/2024
- Holly Henderson of Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group - 1/20/2024
GUIDED NATURE HIKES
Our guided nature hikes take about 90 minutes and follow the Sauk-Skagit Reach trail in Howard Miller Steelhead Park. These interpretive walks focus on eagles, salmon, and their interconnected relationships within the Skagit River watershed. The Guided Nature Hikes are offered at 11:00am and 1:30pm every Saturday and Sunday. The mostly flat terrain is suitable for small children and older adults. Please dress according to the weather.
Please do not bring your dog along on the Guided Nature Hike out of consideration of others and wildlife.
Both the Guided Hikes and Presentations are free and open to the public. A donation to our organization would be greatly appreciated.