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Skagit Roadtrip Winter – Ride the Skagit Loop this Weekend – Up to 15% Off Lodging!

skagit_roadtrip_aaa_discountsStart your engines and let’s go!  It’s as easy as one-two-three!

    1. Grab your coffee and check out our Skagit Roadtrip map by clicking the PLAY button!
    2. Check out the Skagit Loop itinerary from either Seattle or Vancouver BC.
    3. Book a room with the “visit skagit” promotion for discounts and specials at the participating lodging options from Farm Stay to Hotels.


Skagit Roadtrip Loop via Seattle – Hop off I-5 at exit 221 and venture west through Conway and Fir Island, passing farm fields filled with thousands of snow geese. Stop off in La Conner to enjoy museums, galleries, shops, restaurants, and the lighted boat parade from the new boardwalk.

Meander north past historic barns and farm stands and catch Hwy 20 west to Fidalgo Island and Anacortes, where you can ditch your car for a horse-drawn carriage ride, or venture a bit further afield to Deception Pass and Mount Erie to enjoy views of the San Juan Islands and Salish Sea.

Next, head back east on Hwy 20 and do some holiday shopping in the quirky little town of Edison. Don’t forget to warm up with some delicious coffee and pastries! Afterwards, swing over to Burlington—it has the outlets and tons of other shops where you can find gifts for all your loved ones.

East of town, Hwy 20 will take you to the old logging town of Sedro Woolley. Stop in for a stroll through the historic downtown, or walk or bike part of the 22.5-mile Cascade Trail. Next, continue on to the town of Lyman, which boasts the “horniest tavern in the US,” and then drive a bit further up-valley to Concrete, where you can witness hundreds of bald eagles roosting along the Skagit River. If you’re the outdoor type, go a bit north of town to Baker Lake for winter sports like cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Or continue east to Marblemount and try squeezing into the tiny Wildwood Chapel.

Finally, follow Hwy 20 back down the valley and take I-5 or Burlington Blvd to Mount Vernon to enjoy great food, shopping, and the newly rebuilt waterfront park.

Skagit Roadtrip Loop via Vancouver, BC – Catch Hwy 20 at Exit 230 and head east to the  old logging town of Sedro Woolley. Stop in for a stroll through the historic downtown, or walk or bike part of the 22.5-mile Cascade Trail. Next, continue on to the town of Lyman, which boasts the “horniest tavern in the US,” and then drive a bit further up-valley to Concrete, where you can witness hundreds of bald eagles roosting along the Skagit River. If you’re the outdoor type, go a bit north to town of Baker Lake for winter sports like cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Or continue east to Marblemount and try squeezing into the tiny Wildwood Chapel.

Follow Hwy 20 back down the valley to Burlington—it has the outlets and tons of other shops where you can find holiday gifts for all your loved ones. Afterwards, take I-5 or Burlington Blvd to Mount Vernon to enjoy great food, shopping, and the newly rebuilt waterfront park.

Catch I-5 south for a few miles and then take exit 221 to Conway. Venture west through Fir Island, passing farm fields filled with thousands of snow geese. Stop off in La Conner to enjoy museums, galleries, shops, restaurants, and the new boardwalk.

Meander north past historic barns and farm stands and catch Hwy 20 west to Fidalgo Island and Anacortes, where you can ditch your car for a horse-drawn carriage ride, or venture a bit further afield to Deception Pass and Mount Erie to enjoy views of the San Juan Islands and Salish Sea.

Next, head back east on Hwy 20 and do some holiday shopping in the quirky little town of Edison. Don’t forget to warm up with some delicious coffee and pastries! Then take Chuckanut Drive back to I-5 to head for home.

Skagit Roadtrip Lodging Specials and Discounts – Good Now Thru February 28th, 2017

Where: Anacortes
Who: Fidalgo Country Inn
What: 10% off all room types
How: Use discount code “visitskagit”

Where: Anacortes
Who: Majestic Inn and Spa
What: Complimentary upgrade
How:  Call 360-299-1400 and simply ask for a complimentary upgrade or ask at checkin.  Available Sunday – Thursday nights only, and is subject to availability.  Mention: “Comp Weeknight Upgrades”

Where: Burlington
Who:  Holiday Inn Express & Suites
What and How:  Click on website link above for discount

Where: Burlington
Who:  Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott
What: Click on above link, or call direct 360.757.2717 for 15% off and $10 Bob’s Burger gift card.

Where: Burlington
Who: Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton
What: 15% off stay
How:  Click on website link above for discount.

Where: La Conner
Who: La Conner Channel Lodge & Country Inn
What: 10% off stay
How: Call our friendly front desk agents at 360-466-1500 and mention “visitskagit” 10% off special ** Cannot be combined with any other offer

Where: La Conner
Who: The Heron Inn and Day Spa
What: 10% off any 2 night stay and spa services (excluding New Years weekend)
How: Call 360-399-1074 or book online with promo code “visitskagit”

Where: La Conner
Who:  The Wild Iris Inn
What: 10% off all room types
How: Contact via website or phone direct @ 360-466-1400 and mention “visitskagit” 10% off special

Where: La Conner
Who: Katy’s Inn – Historic Bed & Breakfast In-Town
What: 10% off stay
How: Contact via website and mention “visitskagit” 10% off special

Where: La Conner
Who: Benton Street Retreat
What: 10% off stay
How: Contact via website and mention “visitskagit” 10% off special

Where: Sedro-Woolley
Who: Farm Stay Skagit
What: Book 4 nights and receive 1 free
How:  Contact via website and mention “visitskagit” special

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