Sunday, July 26, 2009
RESORT LIVING FOR RVers
Moving to a new location, getting oriented to where the laundry is, the trails, the lodge, and so on. We had pancake breakfast in the lodge, and a Luau dinner at night. Most Thousand Trails Parks have activities for families all summer long which makes them affordable vacation places for young people with kids. A surprising number of grandparents take their grandkids on vacation, as well.
At La Connor, the lodge is spacious, the park offers over 300 sites and the Saturday night entertainment was well done.
During the day, the kids get to make homemade ice cream, various crafts, use the water slide (when staffed), play pool, pickle ball, horseshoes, miniature golf, volley ball, tennis, hot tub, plus enjoy the sand, water and the typical playground with swings, slides and climbing equipment. What's not to like?
There is much to offer for singles, seniors and kids.
We will explore the area of La Connor, Anacortes, Mt. Vernon and Burlington in the coming days.