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WELCOME TO LA CONNER

There’s a reason why we are so often voted the most perfect Washington state weekend getaway destination and land on top of the romantic getaways Washington state lists– it’s the same reason we love living and working here. Plain and simple … not only is it beautiful, but our community is full of genuinely warm and friendly folks.

Plan your Washington state vacation with La Conner as your home base.  We are located on the Salish Sea between Seattle and Vancouver BC – the Washington state weekend getaway destination, the premier choice for a marina near the San Juan Islands and home to the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival.  

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Win a La Conner Getaway!

You can win an overnight trip to La Conner! All you have to do is take a selfie with our new ad at the Sea-Tac airport! A winner will be drawn on Monday, April 8th. The prize is one night at the La Conner Channel Lodge, $50.00 gift card to Nell Thorn Restaurant, 2 - $25.00 gift cards to La Conner merchants (TBD), 2018 La Conner Daffodil Festival poster and more.

Live on the Wild Side at the Wild Iris Inn

Escape your To-Do-List at the Wild Iris Inn: Warm, romantic and intimate, the boutique inn offers a true retreat from modern life with luxury services and features such as a complimentary breakfast,free parking and charming guest rooms. Wild Iris Inn offers the perfect escape from nearby Seattle and the San Juan Islands, as well as Vancouver and Victoria.

La Conner Birding Showcase 2019!

Join us for the 2nd annual La Conner Birding Showcase during the Skagit Valley Birds of Winter Experience!  Educational vendors and artists will be on display from 9:30am - 3pm.  We are excited to announce our keynote speaker, Dr. Kaeli Swift.
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MoNA Presents Surge 2018 Running Thru Jan 7th, 2019

Surge, an exhibition designed to draw attention to climate change and its impact on Northwest’s coastal communities, provides the forum for artists together with environmental researchers and educators to present the public with new perspectives on issues such as flooding, sea level rise and storm surge.