“Rustic and Secluded Campground!”
La Conner RV Resort
We enjoyed our stay at La Conner RV Resort, Thousand Trails the last week of June 2018. This Thousand Trails park has less than 10% full hookup sites but a really nice dump station at the entrance/exit.
La Conner RV Resort, Thousand Trails
Entering and exiting this park is easy due to the large driveway entrance. We had no issues moving around the park or parking our 38′ fiver. Staff at La Conner was very nice. Tip: If the onsite convenience store is closed they have firewood and ice at the entrance ranger station.
We stayed at the back of the park along the bay and had decent cell coverage on ATT and Verizon. T Mobile was no use at all unfortunately 🙂
If your looking for a dog park you wont find one here. The “off-leash” area is across the street in what they call phase II. Its literally a maintenance road that they allow your dog to run up and down off leash. It was better than nothing, I must say, but not a dog park LOL
The town of La Conner is really close to the park but has more of a touristy type feel and small shops. Really nice post office and the postal lady was really friendly. Major shopping and restaurants can be found nearby in the town of Mt Vernon, approx. 15 minutes or so drive.
There is a big indoor family center, with comfy sofas, hot coffee, ping pong table, big screen projection TV and a hot tub outside around the corner. Outdoor activities which included basketball court, fishing, horseshoes, picnic areas, mini golf, playground, trails and beach access.
Laundry Room was well kept but we weren’t able to use it, since at the time of our stay it was closed to to a water break. Bathrooms/Showers were clean and well maintained.
Would we stay again?
All in all La Conner is a decent park and we will definitely stay there again when in the area. We have more photos of La Conner Beach in our gallery here.
Nightly Cost: FREE We are members of the Thousand Trails (Affiliate Link)
Days Stayed: 6
Pad Type: Gravel
Pets: Allowed on Leash
WIFI: Decent cell coverage on ATT and Verizon. T Mobile was no use at all unfortunately. Our weBoost cell booster was on standby just in case the signal strength wasn’t strong enough but was not needed.
*This is our review/opinions of our stay at La Conner RV Resort, Thousand Trails*
You can find all of our Campground Reviews here on our 2018 Campground Reviews page along with a map of the places we have stayed.
La Conner RV Resort, Thousand Trails, Washington
You might also like:
“Nice Secluded Thousand Trails by the River” Campground Review While we traveled our way to the Alaskan/Candian Highway (ALCAN) in Dawson Creek, British Columbia, we stayed overnight at a few nice spots which included Cultus LakeRead More…