National Register of Historic Places listings in Skagit County, Washington

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Location of Skagit County in Washington

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Skagit County, Washington.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Skagit County, Washington, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a map.[1]

There are 28 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county. Another property was once listed but has been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted September 21, 2018.[2]
Map all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap 
Download coordinates as: KML · GPX

Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Anacortes Public Library
Anacortes Public Library
October 21, 1977
1305 8th St.
48°30′56″N 122°36′59″W / 48.515556°N 122.616389°W / 48.515556; -122.616389 (Anacortes Public Library)
Anacortes Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR (AD)
2 Backus-Marblemount Ranger Station House No. 1009
Backus-Marblemount Ranger Station House No. 1009
February 10, 1989
Ranger Station Rd., 1 mi. N of WA 20
48°32′25″N 121°26′56″W / 48.540278°N 121.448889°W / 48.540278; -121.448889 (Backus-Marblemount Ranger Station House No. 1009)
3 Backus-Marblemount Ranger Station House No. 1010
Backus-Marblemount Ranger Station House No. 1010
February 10, 1989
Ranger Station Rd., 1 mi. N of WA 20
48°32′28″N 121°26′51″W / 48.541111°N 121.4475°W / 48.541111; -121.4475 (Backus-Marblemount Ranger Station House No. 1010)
4 Baker River Bridge
Baker River Bridge
May 4, 1976
On WA 17A, over Baker River
48°32′28″N 121°44′34″W / 48.541111°N 121.742778°W / 48.541111; -121.742778 (Baker River Bridge)
Concrete Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
5 Bethsaida Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church Parsonage
Bethsaida Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church Parsonage
December 6, 1990
1754 Chilberg Rd., Pleasant Ridge
48°23′29″N 122°26′32″W / 48.391389°N 122.442222°W / 48.391389; -122.442222 (Bethsaida Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church Parsonage)
La Conner
6 Burlington Carnegie Library
Burlington Carnegie Library
August 3, 1982
901 Fairhaven St.
48°28′33″N 122°19′18″W / 48.475833°N 122.321667°W / 48.475833; -122.321667 (Burlington Carnegie Library)
Burlington Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
7 California Fruit Store
California Fruit Store
November 5, 1987
909 Third St.
48°31′13″N 122°36′37″W / 48.520278°N 122.610278°W / 48.520278; -122.610278 (California Fruit Store)
8 Causland Park
Causland Park
May 7, 1981
8th St. and M Ave.
48°30′59″N 122°36′55″W / 48.516389°N 122.615278°W / 48.516389; -122.615278 (Causland Park)
9 Deception Pass
Deception Pass
July 16, 1982
Rte. 20
48°24′31″N 122°38′37″W / 48.408611°N 122.643611°W / 48.408611; -122.643611 (Deception Pass)
Anacortes Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR, also extends into Island County
10 Gilbert's Cabin
Gilbert's Cabin
February 10, 1989
Cascade River Rd. W of Gilbert Creek
48°29′19″N 121°05′20″W / 48.488611°N 121.088889°W / 48.488611; -121.088889 (Gilbert's Cabin)
11 Great Northern Depot
Great Northern Depot
November 5, 1987
R Ave. & Seventh St.
48°31′02″N 122°36′28″W / 48.517222°N 122.607778°W / 48.517222; -122.607778 (Great Northern Depot)
12 Hidden Lake Peak Lookout
Hidden Lake Peak Lookout
July 14, 1987
Mt. Baker Ranger District, Southernmost peak of Hidden Lake Peaks near North Cascades National Park boundary
48°29′44″N 121°12′15″W / 48.495556°N 121.204167°W / 48.495556; -121.204167 (Hidden Lake Peak Lookout)
13 La Conner Historic District
La Conner Historic District
April 24, 1974
Roughly bounded by 2nd, Morris and Commercial Sts., and Snohomish Channel
48°23′25″N 122°29′46″W / 48.390278°N 122.496111°W / 48.390278; -122.496111 (La Conner Historic District)
La Conner
April 17, 1990
Anacortes Waterfront off Oakes Ave.
48°30′42″N 122°38′45″W / 48.511667°N 122.645833°W / 48.511667; -122.645833 (LA MERCED)
Anacortes A schooner built in 1917; only its hull survives, as a breakwater for Lovric's boatyard on the north coast of Anacortes.
15 Lincoln Theater and Commercial Block
Lincoln Theater and Commercial Block
November 5, 1987
301-329 Kincaid St. & 710-740 First St.
48°25′04″N 122°20′14″W / 48.417778°N 122.337222°W / 48.417778; -122.337222 (Lincoln Theater and Commercial Block)
Mount Vernon
16 Lower Baker River Hydroelectric Power Plant
Lower Baker River Hydroelectric Power Plant
July 17, 1990
Baker River at S end of Shannan Lake
48°32′53″N 121°44′24″W / 48.548056°N 121.74°W / 48.548056; -121.74 (Lower Baker River Hydroelectric Power Plant)
17 Marine Supply and Hardware Complex
Marine Supply and Hardware Complex
November 5, 1987
202-218 Commercial Ave. & 1009 Second St.
48°31′14″N 122°36′42″W / 48.520556°N 122.611667°W / 48.520556; -122.611667 (Marine Supply and Hardware Complex)
18 Birdsey D. Minkler House
Birdsey D. Minkler House
December 1, 1988
201 S. Main St.
48°31′31″N 122°03′30″W / 48.525278°N 122.058333°W / 48.525278; -122.058333 (Birdsey D. Minkler House)
19 Northern State Hospital
Northern State Hospital
December 20, 2010
Roughly bounded by Thompson Dr. to the south, Hemlick Dr. to the east, Hub Dr. to the west, and 1/4 mile south of Mosier Rd. to the north.
48°31′50″N 122°12′24″W / 48.530564°N 122.206581°W / 48.530564; -122.206581 (Northern State Hospital)
20 President Hotel
President Hotel
December 13, 2010
310 Myrtle St.
48°25′07″N 122°20′17″W / 48.418611°N 122.338056°W / 48.418611; -122.338056 (President Hotel)
Mount Vernon
21 Rock Cabin
Rock Cabin
February 10, 1989
Fisher Creek Trail S of Diablo Lake
48°34′42″N 120°59′47″W / 48.578333°N 120.996389°W / 48.578333; -120.996389 (Rock Cabin)
22 Semar Block
Semar Block
November 5, 1987
501 Q Ave.
48°31′07″N 122°36′33″W / 48.518611°N 122.609167°W / 48.518611; -122.609167 (Semar Block)
Anacortes Demolished in 1999, now a parking lot.
23 Skagit City School
Skagit City School
July 15, 1977
3.5 mi. S of Mount Vernon on Moore Rd.
48°22′12″N 122°21′59″W / 48.37°N 122.366389°W / 48.37; -122.366389 (Skagit City School)
Mount Vernon
24 Swamp-Meadow Cabin East
Swamp-Meadow Cabin East
February 10, 1989
Thunder Creek Trail S of Diablo Lake
48°34′44″N 121°01′05″W / 48.578889°N 121.018056°W / 48.578889; -121.018056 (Swamp-Meadow Cabin East)
25 Swamp-Meadow Cabin West
Swamp-Meadow Cabin West
February 10, 1989
Thunder Creek Trail S of Diablo Lake
48°34′44″N 121°01′05″W / 48.578889°N 121.018056°W / 48.578889; -121.018056 (Swamp-Meadow Cabin West)
26 US Post Office-Sedro Woolley Main
US Post Office-Sedro Woolley Main
August 7, 1991
111 Woodworth St.
48°30′16″N 122°14′18″W / 48.504444°N 122.238333°W / 48.504444; -122.238333 (US Post Office-Sedro Woolley Main)
27 W. T. PRESTON (snagboat)
W. T. PRESTON (snagboat)
March 16, 1972
Anacortes waterfront, R Ave., at foot of 7th St.
48°30′59″N 122°36′29″W / 48.516389°N 122.608056°W / 48.516389; -122.608056 (W. T. PRESTON (snagboat))
28 Wilson Hotel
Wilson Hotel
December 15, 2004
804 Commercial Ave.
48°31′03″N 122°36′47″W / 48.5175°N 122.613056°W / 48.5175; -122.613056 (Wilson Hotel)
Anacortes The hotel was designed by Pickles and Sutton of Tacoma, built of bricks from See's Brickyard of Anacortes. The style is Romanesque with masticated stone bases, rounded windows and roman arches. The hotel was added to in 1927. Recently, the Wilson underwent complete restoration & earthquake retrofitting. The work was completed in 2007. The Wilson currently features retail on the main floor and low income housing on the upper floors.

Former listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Curtis Wharf
Curtis Wharf
November 10, 1987
November 10, 1998 Jct. of O Ave. & Second St.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes from USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on September 21, 2018.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ National Park Service (2008-04-24). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.