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Please remember to keep all dogs on leash at all times while on SPOA property.
We follow the City of Anacortes ordinance in all of our parks and at all of our facilities.  - Thank you.
 
 
             
 
 
 
 
Activities Schedule
 
Click the above link to see when our groups meet up.
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Parks, Courts & Rentals
TENNIS & PICKLEBALL COURTS 
You only have 24 hours to activate your code once you receive it. 
 
For Facilities Rentals- use the Owners tab at the top of the page to find the facility you want to rent. You can see the availability calendar for each place.
 
If you want an overview, look here at our facilities page. 
What's Happening?
SPOA hosts monthly Board Meetings.  If you missed the last one, you can see the minutes in our latest newsletter or go to Board Meeting Minutes under the 'Governance' tab on this website.
 
SPOA is adhering to the county's guidelines for COVID-19.  Please follow the phase protocol on the Skagit County website here.

The area referred to as "Skyline" was once the site of Fidalgo Island's largest sawmill. The Northern Pacific Railroad and Henry Havekost, a pioneer industrialist, owned the tract of land bordering Washington Park and Burrows Inlet. The railroad constructed a depot and the Burrows Bay Hotel during the 1890s, thinking this would be the Northwest's terminus to the Orient. In 1960, the property was purchased by Skyline on Burrows Bay, Inc with the intent of developing a west side community of homes and businesses. The mill was demolished and a few homes and a restaurant built, but the capital was insufficient. Harry Davidson, an Everett developer, stepped in with a master plan for a community of hillside, waterfront, and wooded homes. His plan also included recreational areas, a marina, and a clubhouse for social get-togethers. In 1968, the project was opened to the public.