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Since we have been staying at our Resort parks, there are many, I have added a page where you can pick the park you want to see All Parks  
***May 30-June 6 2009
Thousand Trails RV Resort
16362 SneeOosh RD, La Conner, WA 98257
360-466-3558

Here is a park that you will want to have a membership to Thousand Trails, this park is over
 150 sites in a forest with the Puget sound as it's background.  You will not get Internet nor phone service at your site but hey it's worth it, peaceful, so quiet you can here the fish swimming, green and wonderful large trees, the staff are happy and help you in any way they can.  I love this one it comes in as
 #1 of all the parks we have been at, it is just a shame I can't email you all so you can come down here
right now to enjoy this with us.  The weather is around the low 70's during the day and around
the high 40's at night.  Average Temp. is 80 during the summer and low 50' at night. 
According to the area info it never freezes here. 
Oh and Puget sound is gorgeous  of what we see here. 
The picture below tells you the story of how close we are to the sound

Our Site 268

 

There are only a few sites with septic all of the others have water & electric(30 amps only) only.
 We lucked out as this one had septic.

See the sound in the background, we see the tide coming in and going out, I want to stay here for the summer but we didn't know how wonderful this park is, we could change our plans but we want to see what other parks here in Washington are like, I have been told we will not like the ones in Blaine as they are close together and do not have the greenery nor water near but in walking distance.  We will see, after all we can always come back. 

Sunsets over Puget Sound

   

Birds on Puget Sound

 

The sites are large but the only ones you can get WI-FI at are near the clubhouse and those are always taken first.  Even though we want the access to the WI-FI I still prefer having septic over it.  There are cabins you can rent also there are what they call TT cabins which are small trailers, me I would want to try and get a regular cabin but they go for $90 a night, way too high my thinking but then again you don't have to leave the park as there are bar-b-que's on the weekends and the store offers everything you would need.

You are on Indian land and there is a casino within 10 min. but who needs that when you have a great fishing village and artsy craft town in La Conner.


NO we did not buy a cabin, site 268 which had the septic just happened to be next to this one

These 2 picture's was taken from behind our RV.

Clubhouse

Clubhouse and Activity area, they serve hamburgers, hot dogs etc. Fri.-Sun. 

How about playing shuffle board or volley ball all while taking in the scenery.  What a site.

You can walk around the park like area or on the beach, there are many paths that lead to the beach and when low tide comes in you can pick up sand stars crabs, etc.
Store open Thrus.-Fri. Just 2 of the staff who are happy and friendly
   
La Conner pictures  
    
****Parks we would stay in again, large pull through, full hook ups,
well maintained, activities, 50/30 amps
***Parks we would stay but do not have activities full hook ups 50/30 amps & or /have back ins only
**Parks that do not have pull-through (back in only),30 amps, traffic noise, railroad noise
    (since Mike retired from the railroad this is the number one thing we do not need to hear )
*Would absolutely not go back
 

See  Map of states and parks we have been too!!