Potlatch Resort

Address: 420 South Pearle Jensen Way, La Conner, Washington, 98257, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on 420 South Pearle Jensen Way, La Conner, is near La Conner Quilt Museum, La Conner Rainbow Bridge, Museum of Northwest Art, and Hellams Vineyard.
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    Travel Blogs from La Conner

    La Conner Thousand Trails

    A travel blog entry by dolestrada on Aug 09, 2013

    ... towards our free 30 night stays within the TT system. Just by chance we ran across a local casino (ha,ha,) that has an RV park. We stopped to ask if they could store our RV for several nights, they can. They charge $10 a night, but we won't loose the TT free days. We just need to notify TT that we will leave earlier than expected. Whew that all worked out! While in Anacortes, we stopped at a Soroptimist Thrift Shop to look for ...

    Heading to La Conner

    A travel blog entry by dolestrada on Aug 08, 2013

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    ... probably get limited sun. We set-up and decide we are going to check out Anacortes. it is about a 20 minute drive. We arrive, it is a very cute town. Went to The Market in Anacortes, what a cool market. It has a hometown feel but has everything and presented very well. We found some wine that we originally bought in Quincy, Wa. We were looking for and found a red blend that Manuel liked, we also found ...

    Exploring Bellingham, Lynden and the scary lake

    A travel blog entry by oostfrank on Apr 16, 2013

    ... card games etc.). Our last destination would be Tenant lake. Somewhere in the countryside, between the wheat fields there was a farm with a lake behind it. When we parked the car and I had a look around I was quite impressed by what I saw: a shallow lake with a lot of waterlilies and birds. First we took a look at the lake from a watchtower and after that we walked towards the lake over a boardwalk. This boardwalk was built on a marsh and that made ...

    Tulip Festival

    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Apr 13, 2013

    12 photos

    ... me to explore this region and we do have a lot of fun. It was about a two hour drive from where I am currently staying to La Conner. La Conner is a small town that revolves around tourism. There is not a whole lot here except some shops that have a bit of character. They are build with a bit of European/Bavarian charm although they are not actually that old. Some of the buildings seem very old, but actually are quite new. ...

    Exploring Washington

    A travel blog entry by onyfootprintz on Aug 13, 2012

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    ... lakes and rivers that made up this park. So we drove inland about 2 hours on Hwy 20 until we found some first come, no reservations campsites right along The Skagit River. Another beautiful campground, only had one toilet house on site but had running water and garbage service. So for $10 a night we didn't think twice, we picked a nice site right on the river and set up camp!
    The North Cascade National Park is full of beautifully maintained trails that offer ...