Railroad Days celebrates the era of steam trains that puffed through town beginning in 1892 when the Everett and Monte Cristo Railroad reached the town. By the next year the tracks reached to the mountain gold mining town of Monte Cristo. Gold mining lasted only a decade but logging trains were a familiar sight for many more years, along with passenger trains that brought tourists from Seattle and Everett to the famous Big Four Inn resort in the shadow of Big Four Mountain. Today, only the resort’s stone fireplace remains, standing like a sentinel at the entrance to the trails to the Big Four ice caves.
Come join the Community for our city wide Halloween Celebration on S. Granite Ave. Trick or Treat booths, Haunted House, Face Painting, Free Hot Dogs, Live Music, and more! Click the link below to learn more or to sponsor the event.
Look What's Local
Cascade Ave will be closed and there will be lots going on. Live music, food, a bouncy house for the kids and lots of local vendors selling excellent products.
Show N` Shine
Attention classic car fans! The annual Granite Falls Show ‘n’ Shine takes place in downtown Granite Falls on the first Saturday of August. For registration or volunteer information, click the link below.