to Howard Miller Steelhead Park
Rockport Park Rd, Rockport
(Take Exit 230 Hwy 20 off I-5
and head east about 37 miles to Rockport.)
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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.
is home to the Skagit River Interpretive Center and the Bald Eagle Awareness
Team. Annual events include the Bald Eagle Festival,guest speakers,
guided walks and educational programs.
For more information contact SRBEAT at 853-7626 email@example.com
In addition, there are many other recreational activities along the
Wild and Scenic Skagit River. Activities include fishing, river rafting,
biking, hiking, history, wildlife viewing and more.
Contact us today to plan your
next adventure at Howard Miller Steelhead Park.
We look forward to making your next visit the first of many!
Brochure & Fees[Pdf]
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1 Handicap Accessible
Bunkbed (Full & Twin)
Trundle Bed (Twin)
Love Seat Sofa
Dining Table and Chairs
Single day: $65.00
Multiple days $55.00
HMSP IS OPEN FOR CAMPING &
DAY USE ALL YEAR-ROUND
Reservations may be made 10 months in advance of arrival date. A $7.00
non-refundable reservation fee is required along with the first nights
If you are interested in making camping reservations,
we currently do not offer on-line reservations so please contact our HMSP staff at:
You may email the park at firstname.lastname@example.org but please remember you will also need to call the office to make payment and complete your reservation !
CHECK-IN TIME -
Expected arrivals after 9:00PM are required to call and notify park
staff prior to 4:30PM on reserved date. If the park is not notified
prior to 8:00AM the following day, the reservation will be considered
a "no-show" and the site re-assigned.
CHECKOUT TIME -
Cancellations must be received by phone no less than 7 days prior to
reserved date and will result in the loss of reservation fee and first
Howard Miller Steelhead Park
Park Manager: Rusty Regan
52804 Rockport Park Road
P.O. Box 127
Rockport, WA 98283
To ensure your stay at HMSP is enjoyable, please honor all park
rules and respect the campsites and privacy of others.
- Quiet hours
are from 10:00PM to 8:00AM.
beverages are allowed within the confines of campsites only.
- Pets are
welcome. Please observe and follow rules. Keep dogs on a leash
(6ft.), pick up and dispose of waste, and do not allow them
into the restrooms
- There is
a maximum of 8 people allowed per site.
- RV Sites
are limited to one camp vehicle per site (RV, trailer, van,
stay is 14 days.
observe and follow the speed limit of 5 mph within the park
to ensure the safety of all park users.
- Park in
designated areas only and please do not drive on the grass.
- Clean campsite
prior to departure and deposit litter in designated receptacles,
(not in fire pits).
- ATVs, firearms
and fireworks are strictly prohibited within the park.
Click on the thumbnail to display the park site layout map
and new Skagit-Sauk Reach Trail.
on the thumbnail to the left to display the full size aerial photo
with the trails outlined in red. Josh Greenberg, Skagit County GIS,
and Lou Petersen, Park Ranger, are teaming with a GPS unit and aerial
photos of our parks to map the exact locations of the trails. This
file is BIG (200Kb)
52804 Rockport Park Rd, Rockport
Take Exit 230 (Hwy 20) off I-5 and head east about 37 miles to