Fidalgo Country Inn

7645 Sr 20, Anacortes, WA, 98221
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Mount Baker and the Color of TulipsMount Baker and the Color of Tulips

Anacortes has a number of older preserved homesAnacortes has a number of older preserved homes

public art in parking lot, south end of Anacortespublic art in parking lot, south end of Anacortes

Travel Tips for Anacortes

Go to Gepetto's on Commercial...

by Jimi_P

Go to Gepetto's on Commercial street, buy panini from Michael, take them to one of the parks (Washington Park is my favorite), hike to somewhere private, and picnic Mountain biking to Whistle Lake, then jumping in, swimming out to the island, and jumping off the cliff. Very Tom Sawyer.

Assorted Public Artwork

by glabah

For a small town, Anacortes has developed a very good public arts program, and you will see evidence of this arts program in a number of sculptures and other works scattered through the downtown area.

I suggest exploring the city's web site as well, as some of the proposals for public art as well as information on proposed changes and relocations are there as well. Therefore, any specific information that I could add about most of these public art efforts may have changed by the time you read this.

Explore, enjoy, and enjoy the inspiration (even if the inspiration experienced is only a head-scratching bunch of questions).

Look for smaller artworks along Commercial street, but also in the various public parks in the city.

The web site below is a general web site of the arts community in Anacortes, and is a good starting point for further exploration.

Along with the public art, you will also find a small art museum and several stores selling artistic creations of various kinds.

Quiet City with Old Downtown

by glabah

Anacortes is what once might have been called a "fishing village", and there is still a heavy emphasis on boats and the water that surrounds the city on three sides. However, much of the income in the city actually comes from the nearby refinery and the jobs it creates.

You will find that Anacortes has a number of older buildings throughout its downtown area, and in general the town has the feel of a laid back coastal community, without having a tourist trap type feel to it.

Pretty much the best place to live ever

by Jimi_P

I lived here for 4 years and if all goes well, will return to settle here. There are a few places that offer more in the way of scenery, but they're all National Parks!

Anacortes is not particularly developed for tourists, but it's still worth a visit, even if only on the way out to the San Juan Islands, which ALSO must be seen.

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Address: 7645 Sr 20, Anacortes, WA, 98221