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Parks and Recreation

Director: Brian Adams

Pomona Grange Park

Grange Park has six picnic tables with pedestal BBQ's. There is a 20' by 30' covered picnic shelter with four picnic tables in it.

There are two trails. The first trail is approximately 1/4 mile long and has 18 interpretative signs of local plants and trees. The second trail,  1/8 mile long,  is adjacent to Friday Creek and leads to the Washington State Fish Hatchery.

A lot of people that live in the area tell me that they drive by this park and think about having a picnic there someday. Many people don’t know that this gem of a park has an interpretative trail explaining a lot about the local flora and fauna. One of the cedar nurse stumps has five species of trees growing from it. Also the trail through the park has a footbridge that gives one access to Friday Creek. In fall of the year, salmon can be seen spawning there.

The trail can be hiked in under twelve minutes. Pomona Grange Park is fewer than two miles off the freeway and is a great place to stretch your legs after a long drive or hard day at the office.


In Memory of
Dick Knight

Courtesy of Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group


Pomona Grange Pics



Address: 5625 Old Hwy 99 North Rd., Burlington
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Pomona Grange Park Location Map

Drive 3.5 miles north of the Cook Road on Old Hwy 99. Park is on the right.


  • Day use only.

  • Alcoholic beverages and glass containers prohibited.

  • Pack it in, pack it out.

  • Dogs must be on leash.

  • No open fires or fireworks.