Verlot Public Service Center

[Photo]: Verlot Public Service Center Historic Building Verlot Public Service Center, eleven miles east of Granite Falls on the Mt. Loop Highway, was built by the Civilian Conservation Corp between 1936-38. It was originally built as a headquarters for the newly created Monte Cristo Ranger District. Verlot is now a visitor center and headquarters for hiking, camping, hunting, and fishing information. Current weather and hiking information is available, as are maps, and hiking/outdoor books. There is a newly renovated museum located in this historic building. Several popular hikes, including the Big 4 Ice Caves (never enter the caves), Mt. Pilchuck, Lake 22, Heather Lake, Mt. Dickerman and Goat Lake are within minutes of this station.

Location:
33515 Mtn. Loop Highway
Granite Falls, WA 98252

Operating Hours:
current hours

Phone Number:
(360) 691-7791

Driving Directions:
Drive 11 miles east of Granite Falls on Highway 92.

 





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