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We hope you enjoy your next visit to Naches! Let us know if there is additional information you need on our community, local services, sights and activities to prepare for your next visit.
With a 241 foot drop and near perpetual rainbow, Narada Falls is a very popular tourist stop, We would recommend getting there early if possible. The waterfall is spectacular, so do not miss this one.
Nine Mile Recreation Area features a boat ramp and two docks. Motorized boating, canoeing and kayaking are permitted on Lake Spokane. At Nine Mile Recreation Area there are three tent sites and 21 RV sites of varying length available.
North Cascades Institute is committed to innovation and excellence in environmental learning and leadership in the nonprofit community.
Explore jagged peaks crowned by more than 300 glaciers. Contemplate waterfalls cascading into deep valleys. Help steward the ecological heart of the Cascades. These mountains are calling for you.
Located near Long Beach, Washington, the century-old North Head Lighthouse, completed in 1898, guides mariners approaching from the north. Tours are available.
Our friendly and knowledgeable volunteer Travel Counselors are ready to make recommendations that will make your stay here fun and memorable!
The site, now called the Northern State Recreation Area (NSRA), is located on the eastern edge of the urban growth area of Sedro-Woolley in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains.
The Disc Golf course at NAD Park winds through more than 20 acres of fores, offering the public a great disc golf experience and a beautiful Northwest nature experience.
This "off the beaten path" location is one of the peninsula's best-kept secrets. Situated on the shores of the Tacoma Narrows and south of the bridge, the park features 1,200 feet of sandy-rock beach.
11. Newhalem Creek Campground
Conveniently located between the town of Newhalem and the Newhalem Visitor Center on the banks of the Skagit River, near many natural and historic destinations. A series of short walks and interpretive trails link the campground to the natural.
This summer day-use park is popular for its water activities and grassy lawns on the shore of a small lake. A one-mile hiking path winds around the water.
Norse Peak Wilderness is characterized by forested slopes and jutting volcanic peaks. The local streams flow through narrow valleys into lower elevation meadows.
This park is 7.1 acres with a boat launch, fishing dock, baseball diamond with backstop/soccer field with goals, bleachers, tennis court with benches and practice backboard, basketball goals, playground equipment, picnic shelter with fireplace.
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