Where do I begin. We planned on staying in La Conner Thursday - Sunday. We arrived Thursday early afternoon. We were pulling a 27' travel trailer with slide out. Many of the sites that we were looking at were tiny and not level. If you were pulling a small tent trailer you would have options. The roads in some spots were a bit tight. We finally found a spot that was somewhat level but was a bit muddy. We had to cut some of the over grown bushes back to get the slideout out. We walked around the park, the main club house was nice and had a large lawn behind it with a lot of stuff to do. The beach area was a bit small, no sand, mostly small rock and shells so don't plan on going barefoot. The next morning we got up and our fire pit was six inches under water from it raining all night, no joke. So all the non-level spots are now flooding our semi level spot. It was time to go. As we were packing a couple asked if they could cut threw our camp site to avoid the now flooded main roads. They both had umbrella's and only dry spot was walking right next to our trailer where our slide out was and the bushes we cut back, so it was tight. We told them try elsewhere. They did with no luck and came back. Sure enough the lady almost rubbed her umbrella along the side of our trailer but my girl friend grabbed it before she could scratch it all up. We like to take care of our stuff and these people were only worried about themselves. So if the drainage had been working then people wouldn't be using our camp site as a short cut. I think if you got a decent (rare) spot it would be a good place to stay. That being said with Thousand Trails now selling off private spots, it's going to get harder and harder to find a decent place to camp. Also, if you think this is near the wonderful town of La Conner, it isn't. So don't plan on walking to the town from the camp grounds. You would have to drive or have a long bike ride to get to town. Unless they do a major remodel, we don't plan on coming back.
Large, private camp sites. Roads are wide. Bath room's are clean. Lot's of trails to walk on. If you like Casinos a large one is 5 minutes away. If you like car racing the Skagit Motor speed way is near also. Just a warning about that: on Saturdays you can hear the cars pretty loud and our golden retriever didn't like the noise much and began shaking. Then some times they have a fire work show so keep an eye on your dog's. All in all a great place to stay.