Pay a virtual visit to the resort by viewing inside & outside
photos of each of our cabins. Access these images by clicking at the location of each building,
color-coded by type, on
the resort map. These
image pages can also be reached from our unit list, a complete layout in tabular
format of all of our accommodations and their features.
And here are our current rates.
Welcome to Skagit River Resort...
The "Loop" is a
Loop Once Again! Highway 20 - The North Cascades Highway
opened early this year April 16th. Kudos to the Highway
Department they got the highway open before fishing season started,
just like the old days and the travelers are once again eager to
visit the communities along the Cascade Loop.
Spring is a colorful time of year to get out and explore the
mountains. This last week was our "Eighty" shades of green week...an
awesome sight. Tulips and daffodils are in full bloom and folks are
having lots of fun at the annual Tulip Festival in the Skagit
Valley. There are lots of great things to do, while visiting
and photographing the flower fields. Balsamroot blossoms are
appearing on the mountain trails and hillsides surrounding the
Methow and Wenatchee Valleys. And in the Puget Sound, whales begin
their annual migration in the Puget Sound. Spring is an exciting
time of the year!
Tootsie's family accompanied her up to the opening of the North
Cascades Highway pass this year again. We took 90 of her
cinnamon rolls, and everyone really enjoyed the rolls, coffee and
the company. The weather cooperated and the sun peeked thru, and at
the top of the pass even a little round of snow flakes. We measured
the snow and there was just a little over a pickup in height of
snow, thats' the way our family measures the snow up there. We
remember when it used to be 2 1/2 to 3 pickups high.
Do make plans to come to the Skagit River Resort on your trip over
the pass. The cabins are waiting for you. For reservations call
1-800-273-2606. If you want a cinnamon roll just call and reserve it
at the Eatery at 1-360-873-2041 just to make sure one is waiting for
you and you aren't disappointed when they are all gone.
Grant thanks for all you have done and Jeff for keeping us all
posted about the pass conditions.
Tootsie at the
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Ladder Creek Falls in Newhalem on the hillside behind the Gorge
power plant is really great to see when you are here, especially at
dusk and just after dark. Seattle City Light has put 1.5
million dollars into new lighting along the trails and watercourse,
and the effect is magical!.
Judi is still doing weddings at the Wildwood Chapel. It really is a
wonderful place to have your special day. as the oh so tiny
chapel is quite memorable when all the wedding decoration are up.
Don't forget the Eatery can host your wedding dinner and the cabins
are also available for your wedding party, so book it and make some
wonderful memories. Now is the time to book space
for your summer family reunion. Our economy cabins, RV spots
in the Sun & Forest Courts, plus tent camping on the Lawn Court,
means families can get together inexpensively for a memorable family
Review Trail Conditions and view our huge wall-mounted Trails Map,
and find guide sheets to specific trails at the Resort Office.
Or for the very latest info we suggest you talk to folks at the US Park Service
info building just east of us on Ranger Station Road in Marblemount.
We post our news between our updates to this Welcome section on
Twitter. so check
there for the latest tweets on what's
happening here at the Resort.
We have happily said goodbye to 2012 and look forward to a great
2013. Hope you all can come up the river for visit soon.
Plan to enjoy one of the Bullerville Trails on your next visit,
whatever the season. The
River Trailis always popular,
leading from the Chapel down to and along the bank of the Skagit. And the
new Upland Trail,
in the forest west and northwest of the resort's cabins, should be a very nice
trail for year-round use also. It is about a 2.5 miles long, meandering
through our forest, with several connecting loops for people who might want to
make the trek shorter. Regional lowland trails are usually accessible
all or most of the year.
Be sure and visit our new
Friends page which contains links to lots of images,
homepages and blogs on the web, all pertinent to the North Cascades
experience. Check this page out if you are interested in sharing your
trip photos with others, or just seeing what images other folks have posted
for the world to enjoy. Don't miss the box describing our "Shirt Shot"
award program that could earn you a free night at Skagit River Resort for
sharing your picture of you or a friend wearing one of our tee shirts in a
The Clark Family
Skagit River Resort, on Highway
20 near Marblemount at the western entrance to Washington
State's fabulous North Cascades mountain range, awaits
your visit. Situated at the historic village site of Bullerville, the Resort is the perfect place to unwind.
It has been described as one of the most restful,
relaxing, feed the rabbits, best place to kiss, listen to
the frogs, places in the North Cascades. Open year round,
the atmosphere is homey, the rates
are reasonable and the unique accommodations
are ideal for just two, families or larger gatherings.
Located on the western approach to the North Cascades
National Park , we house many folks who stay to enjoy our
majestic mountains, whether by hiking, rafting, mountain
climbing or just driving the highway or back roads to
absorb the splendor of the alpine forest, abundant
waterfalls and glacier-covered peaks. We are less than
two miles from the park's Back-Country Information Office
where you can inquire about the many things to do and see
in this young park. Backpacking permits and trail maps
are available. The Park's boundary is about seven miles
east of us.
We hope you will join us this year. Pick the season,
there are things to do and see
at any time of the year. Come have a restful stay with us
at the village of Bullerville and Clark's Skagit River
Resort, the only resort with cabins on the west side of
the Park accessible by Highway 20. Our bunnies would like
to vacation with you, too!
Go to our things to do and
see page for suggestions of on- and off-site
activities including links to local hiking trail
descriptions. Our calendar
lists more things to do each season. Check our newsletter for the latest on
events and what's happening. Local shopping and services are close and convenient.
See links for more area information provided by
other organizations, agencies & businesses. And our
friends page will take you to pictures and
comment posted on other folks' web pages & blogs, all relating the North
Our own restaurant, The Eatery, can satisfy you at any
time of the day, serving country-style breakfasts,
lunches and dinners, and between-meal snacks too. Browse The Eatery's menu here. The Eatery
is also an honest-to-goodness museum,
well worth a visit even if you are not hungry. There are other facilities, including our
own wedding chapel.
We're waiting to
take your reservation or answer any questions you may
have in regard to our facilities or suggestions for
planning your visit with us.
If it's a reservation-related issue you need to
communicate about, we'd prefer that you use our Guestbook page, which
is set up for you to pre-register as a site visitor,
request information, make and pay for accommodation
reservations, or give us changes in an existing
reservation. When you first access our Guestbook, you
will be asked to establish a log-in name (your email
address) and password, which we will use to keep track of
your reservations. You may also transmit secured
credit card information to us from the Guestbook. Please
see our Privacy
Policy before you access our Guestbook.
This non-profit private operating foundation was
recently created to sustain and protect the unique environmental and
historical character of the area around the present Skagit River
Resort, the family home of the Buller and Clark families for over
one hundred years.
For more about the our goals and current projects,
and ways that you might support them, visit the Foundation's web
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