Concrete / Grandy Creek KOA

Concrete, Washington

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Enjoy a beautiful natural setting at the base of Mount Baker with easy access to North Cascades National Park and Grandy Creek. Take a day trip to Bellingham, the San Juan Islands or British Columbia - the beautiful Northwest is at your disposal. This campground features long Pull-Thru RV Sites (up to 90 feet) as well as Tent Sites and Camping Cabins. Enjoy a game of mini golf, volleyball or basketball, swimming, a hayride and the Jumping Pillow. Hike the campground trails and make new friends in the Family Center or at a pancake breakfast or an ice cream social. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 85 feet.

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