Potlatch Resort

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

    Under the bridge

    A travel blog entry by macysmarti on Oct 12, 2013

    4 photos

    Well we are almost home. I am sure all us will be happy to get home, in particular Freya (poop on arrival in RV) and Marti (clean up upon arrival). Hopefully we will get back to habits once we are home. We made good time and arrived 1100. We were able to check in and get settled. If we did need to shop we are across from a Super Walmart. We are below ...

    Add three more salmon to the total.

    A travel blog entry by bigdtrader on Aug 26, 2013

    1 photo

    ... s. haha.

    Today we started the brining process which is required for smoking. We have a bunch of cut up fillets sitting in the mixture. Will smoke them tomorrow then shrink wrap them.

    We leave here one week from tomorrow. Time to start packing. My fishing might just be over.

    La Conner Thousand Trails

    A travel blog entry by dolestrada on Aug 09, 2013

    We took an early walk down to the bay. The tide is low and you can actually walk along the seashore. There is mostly small river rock, very little sand. Lots of plant life was washed in with the tide, a lot of small crabs, shells, drift wood, and even a large looked like a squid but probably something else. The sky was filled with fog, but again it was a beautiful morning. My phone has no battery, found this out when I tried to ...

    What a View

    A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on Jul 11, 2013

    24 photos

    ... narrow and intricate channel, which...abounded with rocks above and beneath the surface of the water". This channel led to Skagit Bay, thus separating Whidbey Island from the mainland. Vancouver apparently felt he and Joseph Whidbey had been deceived by the tricky strait. Vancouver wrote of Whidbey's efforts: "This determined [the shore they had been exploring] to be an island, which, in consequence of ...

    Mount Crickmer

    A travel blog entry by donnabyrne on Jun 27, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... left) side and the Pacific Ocean on our starboard side. We passed Bella Bella and Namu, both neat sounding names for towns.

    Somewhere over in the distance on port is Mount Crickmer. Our good buddy is also named Crickmer and, yes, it's the same Crickmer as the mountain. It was named after a ...