Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center
The Bald Eagle Interpretive Center focuses on habitat conservation, stewardship, and restoration in the spirit of celebration, education, and cooperation. We offer opportunities to better understand the wildlife of the Skagit watershed, in particular the eagles and salmon and their vital role in this ecosystem.
Just had an encounter with the guy that is running the park. Went to the play area with the rope climbing structure with my adult daughter and her eight year old and baby. Then we went down to the river. When leaving this guy literally chased us down in the parks dept truck to tell us that we were not allowed to be there on the weekends because there have been a lot of thefts. I have heard nothing but bad things about this guy. This is a county park that my tax dollars pay for and I should be able to use the park without being harassed by this guy.
Martha Lake Baptist Church
Great campgrounds! I wanted to give it one star so nobody else would go there... Our Church group just spent our third year there and we loved it!
Great mountain view right on the river one of the cleanest nicest parks I've ever been in and rusty Regan is awesome as a park manager keeps the place emackulent kyle is assistant ranger very knowledgeable of area quite friendly very helpful couldn't ask for nicer people
It is not just a day use area to fish or watch Bald Eagles but also a great place to camp and be safe!
After a slog up I-5 from Olympia through heavy traffic made us road weary, HMSP was an oasis. Clean, flat, grassy campsites along a glacial river lined with cottenwood trees. Clean bathroom and shower. WiFi, power and water for $30/night. Hit the spot!