This county park consists of 40 acres of old homestead land in Marblemount. The park is for day use only and includes a picnic shelter, fishing and hiking trails. The aptly named Birding Trail, opened in 2003, that runs around the perimeter of the park is a great place to look for bald eagles and other beautiful birds.
Parking Pass/Entry FeeNone
Map & Directions
There is parking at the Shell station in Marblemount. To get there from I-5 N, take exit 208 towards Arlington/Darrington to get onto Hwy 530 E. In around 0.2 mile from the exit, take a right to get onto Hwy 530 E. After about 3.7 miles, make a left to at the stop lights to stay on Hwy 530 E. In about 0.1 mile, make a right to continue on Hwy 530 E for another about 28 miles to Darrington where you will make another right to stay on Hwy 530 E. In about 18.6 miles, take a right to get onto Hwy 20. After approximately 8.2 miles, you will find a sign from Pressentin Park on the right just before the Shell station.