This land was originally inhabited by Coast Salish tribes. The people who lived here, near the mouth of Day Creek, were referred to as ‘those who climb the high bank.’ During the wet season, when the lowlands flooded, they would move to higher ground and build their winter longhouse.
Cedar Springs Lodge & Retreat Center is situated on nearly 50 secluded acres.
Here there is a rich habitat of meadows, gardens, wetlands, and majestic Day Creek. This part of the Skagit River Valley offers ever-changing light and mountain views in three directions.
We are less than 30 minutes east of Mt. Vernon and Burlington, 90 minutes north of Seattle, and 60 minutes south of Bellingham, WA. Just east of Sedro-Woolley, this area is called the "Gateway to the North Cascades."
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