Burlington / Anacortes KOA

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Reserve: 800-562-9154

Info: 360-724-5511


6397 North Green Road

Burlington, WA 98233

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Local Area Attractions

Burlington KOA

Our KOA is located in Northwest Washington's most pristine area. It is surrounded by pastures and trees. This delightful campground offers an indoor heated pool and spa, free cable TV, playground, large recreation hall for group use, game room and mini golf.

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Mystic Sea Charters

With 36 years in the San Juan Islands, Captain Monte Hughes of the Mystic Sea knows every nook-n-cranny where more than 90 resident and transient Orca Whales live and play. Orca Whales aren't the only wild life, Grey and Minke Whales, Eagles, Blue Heron, Harbor Seals, Sea Lions, Dall's Porpoise, River Otters and Myriads of beautiful sea birds are plentiful in these protected water.

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Diablo Lake Adventure

Diablo Lake Tours: Explore the remote Skagit River Gorge high in the North Cascades wilderness! Two-and-a-half-hours escorted tours depart from the Skagit Information center in Newhalem, Washington. Travel back in time on this historic boat tour offered to visitors since 1931.

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Chuckanut Drive

This wonderfully scenic road winds along Samish Bay to Bellingham. Visit Taylors Oyster Farm, or take short hikes on one of the many trails in the area.

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Deception Pass

Drive to the scenic Deception Pass Bridge, a span that links fir-covered islands above a chasm churning with tides.

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Berry Picking

If you like plump, juicy blackberries, they can be picked right on the campground property (mid-August to mid-September)

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Skagit Valley Casino

877-275-2448 At the Skagit Valley Casino , you'll enjoy all the fun and excitement of a Las Vegas-style casino in a warm, friendly atmosphere. We offer more than 650 slot machines, your favorite table games and a generous player reward program and "The Club" to make your gaming even more fun! But exciting gaming is just the beginning. We deliver headline entertainment, three outstanding restaurants and a luxurious 103-room hotel and conference center, surrounded by natural wonders and popular attractions. For a unique destination like no other in Washington, The Skagit is your first resort.

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Seattle, Washington

Seattle attractions include Washington State Ferries, Pacific Science Center, Woodland Park Zoo, Space Needle, The Seattle Aquarium, Pike Street Market and much more!

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Boeing Tours

The Boeing tour includes a video about Boeing, an exhibit detailing Boeing's colorful history, a visit inside the factory to watch airplane assembly, and a drive along the flight line where completed 747, 767 and 777's are tested.

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There are a dozen golf courses in the area ranging from very challenging to average difficulty. Nine, eighteen, twenty-seven holes or just the driving range to practice those hole-in-one shots. All located five to thirty minutes driving time from the campground.

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Vancouver, BC

Breathtakingly beautiful Vancouver offers many attractions. Visit the Vancouver Aquarium at Stanley Park, the Capilano Suspension Bridge, CN IMAX Theatre, Minter Gardens, Gas Town, Grouse Mountain, and more!

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LaConner, Washington

Known as the "best tiny town in Western Washington" . LaConner's picturesque downtown waterfront renders views of fishing and pleasure boats, along with many quaint shops, galleries and restaurants.

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Explore the San Juan Islands. Sea kayaking provides a quiet fun way to explore marine life. www.anacorteskayaktours.com

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Whale Watching

Whale watching
The waters around Anacortes are considered to be the best place in the world to view Orca Whales in the wild. From April to October they frequent the waters surrounding the San Juans when salmon are returning to spawn in our local rivers.

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Lang's Horse and Pony Farm

The 80-acre park has been left to nature with heavily treed forest and wild ponds; it makes a perfect setting for riding as well as relaxing. Lang's offers an unbeatable family-oriented horse experience.

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Victoria, BC

Ferry to Victoria, BC "The City of Gardens". Visit the Butchart Gardens. Stroll among hundreds of free-flying butterflies at the Butterfly Gardens. The kids will love the Bug Zoo! Be sure to visit the petting zoo at Beacon Park Hill. Don't miss the Empress Hotel, known for its elegant afternoon tea.

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Deception Pass Tours

Deception Pass is one of the most visited attractions in Washington.
Learn about Deception Pass, the Bridge and surrounding area on this amazing tour aboard the “Island Whaler.” Enjoy the thrill of the fast jet boat through Deception Pass with a knowledgeable interpreter

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Padilla Bay Interpretive Center

Padilla Bay Interpretive Center offers information displays, exhibits and aquariums for close-up-and-personal examination of Padilla Bay and its inhabitants. Also visit the Padilla Bay Shore Trail for a walk along salt marsh and mud flats.

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Whidbey Island

No matter where you go on Whidbey Island there is always something interesting to see. The island admirable represents all the beauty and diversity of the Pacific Northwest.

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Skagit Speedway

360-724-3567 The Skagit Speedway is the premier motor sports facility in the Northwest United States. The season starts in April and continues every weekend through September. Weekly shows feature 410 sprint cars, 360 sprint cars and sportsman sprints. Special events include the Jim Raper Memorial Dirt Cup in June, fireworks in July and the Pennzoil 360 National in August.

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San Juan Islands

Ferry to the San Juan Islands and bicycle around the Islands, go whale watching, fishing or kayaking. Visit the Whale Museum at Friday Harbor, dedicated to the Interpretation of the living whale in the wild.

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Lake Whatcom Railway

The Lake Whatcom Railway is a dedicated living preservation of the Pacific Northwest's railway heritage. The coaches date to the early part of the century and were used for many years on Northern Pacific Passenger Trains out of Seattle

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There are many miles of trails for every level of hiker. Choose an easy picnic hike or gear up for the Pacific Crest Trail.

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Scenic Drives

Scenic drives include Chuckanut Drive, the North Cascades Pass and Deception Pass.

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Burlington boasts some of the finest shopping in the State at the Cascade and Outlet Malls.

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Charter a fishing trip out of Anacortes or LaConner, plenty of lake and stream fishing nearby or take the kids trout fishing at the "Trout-U Catch'em Farm."

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Wineries & Breweries

Skagit Valley is home to a growing number of wineries. Take a tour and sample some handcrafted wines at the various tasting rooms and you'll see why Skagit winemakers are excited about the future here.

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Check Skagit Counties many antique stores!

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Taylors Shellfish Farms

Visit a scenic shellfish farm. Video teaches about oysters and clam farming and the need for clean water. Be sure to buy some great shellfish for dinner!

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Samish Bay Cheese Company

Samish Bay Cheese Company
Come by and taste several organic artisan cheeses made on a small dairy farm in bow.

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