Burlington is known as the Hub of Skagit County. Located at the crossroads of I-5 and SR20 wedged between the ocean and the mountains in the heart of beautiful Skagit Valley, it sits at the center of five scenic byways.
In 2013, the city opened a new Visitor Information Center designed after the original train depot of 1909 in old downtown Burlington on Fairhaven Avenue.
Burlington has five hotels and more than 1,200 businesses. There are several community events throughout the year, including Berry Dairy Days, Burlington Summer Nights, Harvest Festival and Quidditch Fest.
For more information, visit: www.burlington-chamber.com
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