Seattle area Eagle Watching on the Skagit River
The Skagit River eagle float is a great way to see both the emerald waters of the Skagit and the incredible majesty of the Bald Eagle. The Skagit River is the only large river system in Washington State that supports all 5 native salmon and it draws the largest wintering Bald Eagle population in the continental United States. This makes it one of the best places in the country for Seattle eagle watching enthusiasts to see a lot of Bald Eagles. Meet your guides at Howard Miller Steelhead Park, near Rockport, and spend the next 2-3 hours floating the calm waters of the pristine Skagit. Book a trip today or contact Wildwater River Guides with questions.
Everett and Seattle Family Friendly Adventure on the Skagit River
Rafting on the Skagit River is a perfect introduction into river rafting for the entire family. While it may intimidate you to think of going rafting in December or January we highly recommend this trip as a way to experience the scenery of the breathtaking North Cascade National Park and see lots of incredible Bald Eagles in the wild. When you are looking for Seattle family friendly fun, think of the Skagit River. This is a great Washington scenic river trip and is located just an hour and a half from downtown Everett.
Book the Skagit River Eagle Float with Wildwater
When you are interesting in Skagit River eagle watching, book a trip with Wildwater River Guides. Our clients are consistently amazed at how much fun they can have river rafting in the winter. Our highly trained raft guides are also knowledgeable about the river flora and fauna and happy to share their information as you float. We look forward to meeting Seattle and Everett eagle watchers and nature lovers alike. We also offer Skagit River kayak trips. For more information on private kayak tours on the Skagit contact Wildwater River Guides.
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