La Conner is Skagit County's oldest community. In 1869, John Conner bought the trading post and post office and named La Conner after his wife Louisa Ann Conner. Many of the buildings date back to the Victorian Era.
The revived picturesque town features numerous events including the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, Arts Alive, Smelt Derby, Pioneer Picnic, and the Christmas Boat Parade.
La Conner is a town full of history, culture, arts, and energy. Staying at an Estep Residence is a delightful experience for anyone looking to enjoy the history and beauty of La Conner.
- - Skagit Tulip Fields
- - Ferries to the San Juan Islands
- - Eagle and other bird watching on the Skagit River
- - Wintering Snow Geese & Trumpeter Swans in the Skagit Farmlands
- - Golf at some of the Northwest Finest Courses
- - North Cascade Mountain Loop Drive
- - Antique Shopping in Anacortes, Oak Harbor, and Port Townsend
- - Bicycling on Skagit County scenic highways and byways
- - Hiking the North Cascades or Saltwater Beaches
- - Boating or Whale Watching in the San Juan Islands
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