Parks and Recreation
Director: Brian Adams
to Howard Miller Steelhead Park
52804 Rockport Park Rd, Rockport
(Take Exit 230 Hwy 20 off I-5 and head east about 37 miles to Rockport.)
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NOTICE: In response to hazardous conditions created by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all Skagit County operated campgrounds are closed for overnight stay until at least June 1st. This includes the following campgrounds: Steelhead Park, Grandy Park, and Sauk Park. Day use is allowed at these parks under the social distancing protocols.
Picnic shelters, sports courts, play structures, and other facilities at all Skagit County parks will be closed and will not be available for use during this time.
Howard Miller was born in Skagit County, and in his adult years, served as a Skagit County Commissioner for 16 years. In 1966, Howard Miller was responsible for the first purchase of land (15 acres) that included 39 campsites; complete with electrical hook ups for RV’s, tent sites, a picnic shelter, and a restroom. On December 2,1982 the park officially dedicated Howard Miller Steelhead Park. [HMSP]. The land was obtained from Burlington Northern Railroad, Seattle City Light, and private sources. Eighty-eight more acres was added to HMSP in 1989. This land was purchased from Summit Timber Co.
There are many recreational activities along the
Wild and Scenic Skagit River. Activities include fishing, river rafting,
biking, hiking, history, wildlife viewing and more.
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If you are interested in making camping reservations, we currently do not offer on-line reservations so please contact our HMSP staff at: 360-853-8808
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