Visit the Town of Concrete in Skagit County for Recreation and More

Monday, November 21, 2022

A historic town that was once a leading center for cement production from the early 1900s to the 1960s, today Concrete is the location of Puget Sound Energy’s Baker River Hydroelectric Project, with power-generating capacity of 215 megawatts produced by the Upper and Lower Baker Dams. 

Concrete is an Ideal Stop for Drivers on the North Cascades Highway and the Cascade Loop

Drivers on the North Cascades Highway and the Cascade Loop will find Concrete an excellent stop. Its location also serves as a gateway to the North Cascades National Park, the popular Baker Lake recreation area, and the southeastern flank of Mount Baker.

With a strong economic development plan in place, including workforce education and training; infrastructure development; and economic diversification, Concrete is an excellent location for your business.

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