Granite Falls -- Gateway to the Mountain Loop!

Granite Falls is the first stop for travelers and adventurers to the Mountain Loop Recreational Area. An award winning historical museum, rich cultural
heritage, festive annual events and attractions bring thousands to town each year. Once here, the gateway beckons, into the world renown Mountain Loop Recreational Area, with camping, hiking, fishing, ice caves, geocaching, and much more.  We are also a destination for bicyclists and bikers alike.  See the map of downtown, and check out our YouTube video EXPLORE Granite Falls!

EXPLORE Granite Falls

Mountain Loop Tourism Bureau
MLTB TOURISM STOP:  Green Gables Store on the Mountain Loop Highway
Stop in and see Randy and Edith Farrell for information, maps, guided hikes, and more!

Granite Falls Historical Museum
109 E. Union Street
Award winning! Open Sundays noon to 5 pm or by appointment

Snohomish County Tourism
Check out their website


- ONE DAY - Community clean-up day, 2nd Saturday in June. 
July - Cascadia NW Arts and Music Festival - at Masonic Park, Mountain Loop Highway.
August - SHOW n SHINE - over 100 classic, antique, and modern vehicles on display.  1st Saturday in August.  All day.
August - NATIONAL NIGHT OUT - free food and family fun, next to IGA.  1st Tuesday in August, 5 pm - 8 pm.
October - RAILROAD DAYS - a celebration of our history, with a grand parade, and much more!  1st Saturday in October.  All day.
December - Community Tree Lighting, with the annual holiday hat contest.  Hot chocolate, cookies, live music from the high school band, and lots of fun!  At the Granite Falls Historical Museum, 109 Union Street.  5:00 p.m. on the first Saturday in December.


Mountain Loop Bed and Breakfast
30825 Mountain Loop Highway

Paca Pride Guest Ranch
28311 Mountain Loop Highway


River's Edge B&B
also Wedding/Event Venue

The Cabin at Mount Pilchuck

Other Tourist and Information Resources

Granite Falls Chamber of Commerce
Granite Falls City Hall