Meet the owners
Scott and Deanna have been driven to start their own business since they got married in 2010. Both Scott and Deanna have been working since they were 16 and can agree that their employment backgrounds laid a solid foundation for starting their own business. Scott has an extensive mechanical background and Deanna has experience in customer service/management. After their daughter was born in May 2017, Scott and Deanna became even more driven to work for themselves and create a comfortable work/life balance for their family. Scott and Deanna often had discussions about their passion for meeting new people and also exploring the outdoors. Walker Valley Rentals LLC was born in July 2018.
Message to our clients:
"It is important for us to give everyone an affordable alternative to purchasing their own equipment. It is our passion to make sure every client has a safe and enjoyable adventure out on the trails!"
Walker Valley ORV Park
Walker Valley is a 3,200 acre park that is actively managed by the Department of Natural Resources designated for 4x4's, ATV's (48" or less), dirt bikes, hiking, biking and horseback.
Walker Valley ORV park has restrooms and camping spots at the main trail head.
Over 26 miles of ATV trails and 10 miles of 4x4 and additional dirt bike trails to explore at the park with elevation ranges of 400 feet - 3000 feet hosting amazing views of the valley.
A Discover Pass is required to park at Walker Valley and off-road tabs are required for any Off Road Vehicle (ORV).
More info and maps here of walker valley orv park.
Walker Valley Rentals
Located just over an hour North of Seattle, WA and 2 hours south of Vancouver, BC, Walker Valley Rentals offers the chance to explore over 3,200 acres with miles of trails without the hassle of maintenance or packing. Call to make a reservation and we will meet you at the Walker Valley trail head (21526 Peter Burns road, Mount Vernon WA). We take pride ensuring you have a safe enjoyable ride!
We spend time to make sure everyone is comfortable operating our ATV's before we release them to you.
Want to give back to Walker Valley ORV park? Join us for one of the DNR's monthly work parties. Volunteers give back to Walker Valley on the second Saturday of every month.
Check out the Walker Valley Community Facebook page for more volunteer opportunity's and to keep up to date on news and events at the park.
Also check out visit skagit valley for more information about skagit valley. They have lots of information about other events, attractions and things to explore in our area!
Rider Planet USA is another great source for information on Walker Valley ORV park.
Lastly, http://www.washingtonstatesearch.com/ is another great directory and search portal that gives you access to Washington State services, news, maps, information, etc.