2015 Best Tiny Town Washington State – La Conner!
La Conner is voted again the Best Tiny Town Washington State – 2015! La Conner also took the Best Tiny Town Washington State award in 2010, 2012, and 2013. We could talk forever on why WE think we are the best tiny small town in Washington State, but why not hear what the voters have to say!
Best Tiny Town Washington State Comments by Voters
Quaint setting, great shops, nearby tulip and other fields to explore. Lots of local artists.
Loads of shops and eateries to discover.
Check out the shops in town, also the tulip fields in April.
No crime, beautiful sunsets, tulips, awesome people! Go to sleep listening to the sound of native drums from across the channel. Whats not to like!!
Love the walking path along the water, can enjoy any time of season.
I have visited a dozen times and Its always a great place to visit
This is a tiny little town on the water that has the feel of the old town in “Murder She Wrote” with out the crime! Just a sweet little place to live, raise a family or visit for a weekend. Charming from one end to the other. Great shops and restaurants, 4 museums, unparalleled scenery and views. You’ be hooked, just like we were on our first visit.
Lots of nice little shops … a nice day for walking and shopping and enjoying a water view lunch / dinner
Truly charming and inviting, love to shop and eat there. La Conner Inn is wonderful.
My favorite place to be at Christmas time.
We love La Conner! Great shops and friendly people!
Great little town with great shops and restaurants!
The city is so well run and going places without compromising what is so great about it, the pace, the art, the people.
Great places to stay, local merchants, good food – a slice of NW small town life.
For a day or a lifetime, a wonderful tiny town. Great restaurants, charming waterside boardwalk, newly dredged channel and welcoming boat moorage all combine to welcome visitors. Shops are varied and have goods with artistic flair. Relaxing along the sidewalks or exploring three museums offering world class art and human interest shows makes for a great time. Close by are birding venues and in spring the daffodils and tulips make the fields sing with color.
LOVE LOVE this town!! I take the drive up as many times as I can starting in spring we always stop at all the friut and veggie stands along the way too!!
La Conner truely qualifies as Best Tiny Town with a population of 890! Great place to getaway and enjoy your visit.
The shopping is fantastic, and the locals are the friendliest!
Love to spend time at the La Conner Lodge for a quick “get away”. Close to home, but still away!
Enjoy the view, friendly locals, shopping, wine & music!
Great weather, great art, great scenery, great location, great people.
Adorable community, art events, music, museums, tulip tours, boating love it
Small town, has kept its small town feel and it feels welcoming and it has some great stores and cafe
The Museum of Northwest Art (MoNA) is a wonderful regional art museum- definitely worth a visit!
Perfect for romantic strolls.
go there by boat and tie up at the dock for a great stay…..throw a crab pot over the side and see what happens…..we caught a legal size dungy what fun
La Conner is a wonderful art community and friendly place to enjoy waterfront and tulips.
This is the most wonderful town, a ladies dream. The perfect spot for a ladies getaway. We had so much fun shopping, wine tasting, and we had a delicious dinner.
We had the most romantic dinner on the waterfront. The next day we explored and found so many unique things to buy. We will be back time and time again
There is so much to do and see here. From museums, to art galleries, to boutique shops, we loved it all.
We love La Conner! My husband takes me there every year for my birthday. It has become a tradition so that I can relax. Love it!
Charming, artsy, fabulous restaurants and friendly people. Close to Tulips fields and a great marina. I LOVE this town!
A dream getaway. We visited so many great shops and found special gifts for Christmas. We had an amazing dinner. The lights throughout town were so beautiful. The people are wonderful.
How lucky to be related to such lovely people. I visited the Quilt museum (their house) in La Connor in 2002 and it was wonderful. I also got the history and was really impressed by that kind man who so loved his wife. so unusual for his times. The tulip festival and the llama farms and gift shops of beautiful hand done notecards, handmade Ice Cream stand make that an area of very fond memories for me.
Being the great grand-daughter of John and Louisa you can bet I am well pleased. One of the best things is that we have a place to put furniture and other things which belonged to Louisa Ann. Our first grandson was named “Conner” and his younger brother was named “Martin” after one of the sons who died young. She was a grand woman, and according to family history he was a thoughtful man who took years to get to his goal on the west coast because he thought of his young wife’s condition when she was with child and they put up a store, in several places as they came west, leaving only after the new child was ready for the arderous trip, as well as Louisa. The town is a beautiful place to spend a few days!