Skaglund Hill Memorial Gardens and Campsites
is a combination of antiquity and nature.
The gardens and campsites are located on Skaglund Hill where the Skaglund family settled in the upper Stillaguamish Valley in the 1920s. It is an easy walking distance from the Whitehorse Rails to Trails and scenic North Fork Stillaguamish River.
The land and its gardens have been passed down from generation to generation and are now available for to the public for weddings and parties. There is also 8 campsites and one group bicycle camp.
Marla's flowers at the Skaglund Memorial Gardens, photo by Marla Skaglund
Skaglund Hill Memorial Garden's nature trails wind through native woods and planted colorful Japanese maples, rhododendron and other flowers.
The Fall colors of Japanese maples and alder grove at Skaglund Hill Memorial Gardens,
photo by Marla Skaglund
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