La Conner is known for being a quaint town situated along the shore of the Swinomish Channel, which is 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 its Swinomish Tribal Community, Shelter Bay residents, artists, fishermen, farmers, loggers and other hard-working individuals that keep our small town thriving.
If you're searching for a relaxing getaway, then the La Conner Channel Lodge is the premier lodging destination of choice. The town features many boutique shops, art galleries, antique shops, specialty stores, three museums, restaurants, and more.
La Conner and the surrounding areas are 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 through wildlife activities, such as bird or whale watching.
For more information about our incredible town, visit the La Conner Chamber.
See the sights! Take the Walking Tour of La Conner or Bike around Skagit Valley.
We suggest making a reservation while restaurants are at 50% capacity.
Museums & Art Galleries
Swinomish Golf Links Located just 16 minutes away. Open daily during COVID recovery.
Chuckanut Drive This 24 mile curvy route hugs the Chuckanut mountains. Chuckanut Drive overlooks Samish Bay and offers gorgeous views of the San Juan Islands and Chuckanut Bay.
Parks & Trails