Alpine RV Park
& Campground

Escape to the heart
of the beautiful North Cascades
Day use Week Month
60751 SR 20, Marblemount, Washington, 98267 (360) 873-9002
Milepost 107-108, 40 miles from Sedro-Woolley, 87 miles from Winthrop
122 miles from Vancouver, B.C., 113 miles from Seattle
(Alpine 3)
Mileage, driving directions, and route maps from :

Seattle, Winthrop and Vancouver

Peace and Quiet Your gateway to the North Cascades National Park, on the Cascade Loop
Just a hundred yards away from the Skagit river, you can have a restful night's sleep under a star-lit sky and wake up to a stunning view of Diobsub Peak, the marble cliffs that gave the area its name, and the beautiful North Cascades
Alpine RV Park & Campground
Just north of historic Marblemount, between Sedro-Woolley and Winthrop, you will find these features:
  1. Spaces for RVs and tenting
  2. Hot showers without meters
  3. A full laundromat
  4. Internet access for you to log in away from home
  5. Short walk to the Skagit river
  6. Boat access to the river at Marblemount
  7. Artist loft & furnished RV rentals
(Alpine 1)
Attention snowboarders:
Call or email for a special incentive discount to make your northern "home" with us for the season. You are so close that you can make a day trip to either Winthrop or Sedro-Woolley for lunch and be home before dark.
Some other amenities:
Historic Marblemount by the Skagit river is surrounded by mountains and offers:

Winter sports, summer sports, river rafting, hiking, wildlife viewing, eagles and river fowl, sightseeing, all within a short hike or drive, and best of all:

Peace and Quiet

(Alpine 2)
Alpine RV Park & Campgound

Daily, weekly, monthly rentals, open year-round

Very competitive prices

Ask about our discounts

60751 SR 20, Marblemount, WA 98267

(360) 873-9002

Milepost 107-108, 40 miles from Sedro-Woolley, 87 miles from Winthrop, 122 miles from Vancouver, B.C., 113 miles from Seattle

Email: Alpine RV or AikenWorld

Call, write or email for more information,

reservations and discounts

Links to nearby attractions and information about this historic area

Skagit River Journal of History & Folklore

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Last Modified:  Monday, March 10, 2008