La Conner is a charming and quaint town situated along the shore of the Swinomish Channel, a connecting waterway to the Puget Sound. The surrounding area is home to a renowned and diverse mix of artists, writers and other creative individuals. It is also known for it’s Swinomish Tribal Community, Shelter Bay residents, fishermen, farmers, loggers and other hard working individuals that keep our small town alive and thriving.
If you need a place to relax and get away from it all, La Conner is the hidden treasure you’ve been searching for and the La Conner Channel Lodge or Country Inn are the premier lodging destinations of choice. La Conner features many boutique shops, art galleries, antique shops, specialty stores, 3 museums, restaurants, and more. Or perhaps you’d rather relax at our hotels in the comfort of your private room.
La Conner is wintering grounds for swans and Canadian geese and our fertile farmlands continue to seed crops and produce food, which is why our local dining experiences are like no other, especially when it comes to our fresh seafood. Enjoy fine wineries and breweries or get in touch with nature and enjoy some wildlife activities, such as bird or whale watching.
Of course, we have our Annual Tulip Festival every year in which thousands of people from all over the world come to see our incredible tulip fields. For tours visit Roads2Tulips.com.
Our Civic Garden Club was the first courthouse north of Seattle and La Conner is on the National Registry of Historic places. We take true pride in keeping our town “local” and preserved in order to showcase our roots, history and heritage. Come see why residents could never imagine living anywhere else and why visitors come back to visit year after year. We call La Conner “Home”. You will call it “Unforgettable”! See you soon.
For more information about our incredible town, visit the La Conner Chamber website www.lovelaconner.com