Granite Falls

Gateway to the Mountain Loop.

About Granite Falls

Founded in 1884, Granite Falls grew in popularity when gold and silver were discovered in the nearby Monte Cristo mines. Its unique location features mountains, rivers, and one of the longest fish tunnels in the world, making it the perfect spot for hunting, fishing, camping, and exploring.

Granite Falls boasts one of the best urban areas in Snohomish County. Located at the center of Snohomish County, it distinguishes itself as the gateway to the iconic 1936 Mountain Loop Highway.

What’s in Granite Falls

Grocery Stores

  • IGA
  • Tom Thumb
  • Jay’s Market


  • Pharma-A-Save
  • Rite Aid Pharmacy
  • Julie L. Musladin Pharmacy


  • Granite Falls Hardware
  • Ace Hardware
  • True Value

Kids Activities

  • Granite Falls School of Dance
  • Granite Falls Historical Museum
  • Tsubaki Grand Shrine


  • Key Bank

Elementary Schools

  • Mountain Way Elementary School

Middle Schools

  • Granite Falls Middle School

High Schools

  • Crossroads High School
  • Open Doors Academy


  • In the Shadow Brewing Company
  • Spar Tree Bar and Grill


  • Playa Bonita Mexican Restaurant
  • Omega Pizza and Pasta
  • Eat Thai
  • Teriyaki Cafe
  • Convergence Coffee
  • Hanky Pies

Dentist & Orthodontists

  • Sky Valley Dental
  • Smiles Dental
  • Granite Falls Dental Care
  • Cercen Stacy DDS
  • Mountain Loop Dental

Vetrinary Clinics

  • Granite Falls Veterinary
  • Essex Dean DVM

Local Fun

Granite Falls offers an abundance of outdoor activities, memorable dining, and family fun. Check out some of these local gems!

Frank Monson Park

Park located on Lake Gardner with dock, fishing, swimming, picnic tables and public restroom.

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Granite Falls Dog Park

A double-fenced park where Fido can roam without his leash.

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Granite Falls Fish Ladder

An out and back trail that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels.

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Jim Holm Park

Park playground equipment, basketball courts, skate park, picnic tables, large grassy area and benches.

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Big Four Mountain and Ice Caves

Sharp peaks reminiscent of the Grand Tetons and huge caverns formed by the melting glacier.

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Monte Cristo Ghost Town

Hike to an old mining town by heading up a long-closed road along the South Fork Sauk River.

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