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Little Mountain Park

Features

  1. Hiking Trails
  2. Nature Area
  3. Parking
  4. Picnic Tables
  5. Scenic Lookout
  6. Walking Paths
Our largest and most impressive park, comprising 522 acres, is located south of City limits. Follow the 1.5 mile paved road to the top of Little Mountain, an elevation gain of 934 feet. A covered viewpoint provides a spectacular look at the Skagit Valley, San Juan Islands, Olympic Mountains, and the tulip fields.

The north viewpoint opened in the spring of 2005 with a spectacular view of Mount Baker. The park also provides numerous hiking trails and serves as an
excellent hang gliding location. Come and bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the scenic Skagit Valley.

Little Mountain Park Gate is open from 10am to Dusk.

Click here to view a trail map of Little Mountain Park

Directions
From Southbound

  1. Take Exit 225 for Anderson Road.
  2. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Fairgrounds and merge onto Anderson Road.
  3. Turn right onto Henson Road.
  4. Turn right onto E. Blackburn Road
  5. Turn right onto Little Mountain Road.
  6. Park entrance will be on your right.

From Northbound 

  1. Take Exit 225 for Anderson Road
  2. Turn right onto Anderson Road.
  3. Take 1st left onto Cedardale Road.
  4. Continue straight onto Blodgett Road.
  5. Turn right onto E. Blackburn Road.
  6. Turn right onto Little Mountain Road.
  7. Park entrance will be on your right.