Fidalgo Bay Resort
4701 Fidalgo Bay Road, Anacortes, WA 98221
The Samish owned Fidalgo Bay Resort is a waterfront RV and cottage Resort located in the heart of the Samish ancestral homeland on Fidalgo Island in Anacortes, Washington. We have views of Mount Baker, San Juan Islands, Fidalgo Bay, and the Tommy Thompson scenic walking trail. We are close to the ferries to the San Juan Islands. Enjoy hiking, biking, kayaking, boating, crabbing & clamming (in season), beachcombing on our private beaches, viewing the local wildlife or just relaxing in our beautiful waterfront clubhouse. We have 142 full hook-up RV sites and 5 water view park model cottages with free cable TV and wireless internet, BBQ pits, and a bath house.
Our resident Eagles, Herons, Otters, Seals and a multitude of other area wildlife both entertain and inspire all who come to the park. Those who come to the park with an open heart and mind can still feel the presence of the Ancestors here and share in the wisdom and guidance they so willingly give to those who ask in a good way. The Samish House Pole, collection of Native artifacts and archival information in the Convention Center entry hall may be visited by all Tribal members – just ask at the park office and a staff member will open the area for you. An offering of a Cedar bough always lights up the heart of the House Pole who will in turn light up your own heart as you spend a few quite moments sharing in your ageless common ancestry.
Fidalgo Bay Resort Clubhouse
We are now offering our facility to provide you with the perfect space to accommodate your needs, from an intimate gathering room, to a large convention hall. Our friendly staff is waiting to take you on a tour, so stop in and see why you need to look no further than the Clubhouse at Fidalgo Bay Resort. Call us now to check on availability for your event.
The first five Park Model cabins are in and we were pleased and a bit surprised with how popular they were despite very little advance promotion. We are excited about the fact that we are now able to offer accommodations other than RV sites to travelers who visit the area and anticipate a high demand for these units. Future improvements and developments will be occurring as finances allow. Our guest’s responses have been extremely positive to the improvements and added amenities at the park and we feel we are going in the right direction to make Fidalgo Bay Resort the premier RV Park in our area.
We offer a 50% discount to enrolled tribal members for the rental of RV sites and a 15% discount for Park Model cabins. This discount is based on the regular daily rates. The Samish discount may not be used in conjunction with other discounts or promotions offered by the park. You must have a Tribal card and present it at the registration desk to receive the Samish discount. All other park policies (including deposit and cancellation fee policies) apply.
Free RV site weekends to enrolled Samish members are available during the following Tribal events and Cabins also have a discount equivalent to a free RV site:
- Health Fair weekend
- General Meeting weekend
- Canoe Journey
- Fall Cultural Day weekend
The free nights included are; the day before, the day of and the day after the event. Tent camping is allowed in the park only during Canoe Journey. Waterfront, East Park Pull-Thru sites and Park Model cottages are NOT included in this free offer, however, those sites may still be rented at the Samish discount. Although drop-ins are welcome, it is best to call ahead for reservations to assure site availability (discount is applied at time of check-in). Rates and other information about the park is available on our website, including making a reservation.
The Convention Center is now open to rent by Samish Tribal members for private events from October 1st – April 30th . There is a 30% discount off the regular rate. Please contact the RV Park office for rates and information 360-293-5353.
The Fidalgo Bay Resort management and dedicated staff would like to thank all of the Samish Tribal members for the cooperation and support they have shown in helping to make this park a very special and meaningful place for all Tribal members to come and celebrate their heritage.