We just spent two nights cold weather camping here. It’s a beautiful quiet park with very spacious lots. There is not a lot to do besides hiking, but if you are looking for peace and quiet in the woods, this might be the ticket.
Great ADA camping. Trails are smooth enough for an electric wheelchair and the path to the river is paved. Not many spots so book early.
nice bathrooms and showers and the walk in suites are awesome. the walk down to the river is fun too!
Great park with lots of activities and a variety of spaces to explore. Love the open fields and walking trails with possibility of seeing elk.
Only downfall is the rv spaces; they are a little challenging to level in some back in sights.
One of my favorites.
Three mamas and our young boys enjoyed a weekend camping at Rasar State Park. Proximity to Seattle and availability were key to our choice to camp here. And what a great choice! The campsite accommodated all three tents and the huge picnic table and water spigot at our campsite were extremely helpful. Trails abound through open fields and dense woods down to the gorgeous Skagit River on a series of connecting trails. There's also a volleyball court and playground. Facilities are well maintained and cleaned. We'll be back!
Trails everywhere with interpretive signs, gorgeous river banks, wide open fields, berry picking, movie night (101 Dalmatians), volleyball court, good ranger presence keeps things cleaner and quieter, tall trees… If there were clear views of Mt. Baker, this might be five stars. That shy beast of a mountain is a few miles down the highway. I said "Dash Point" state park in the video when it was really Rasar (dork).