Arroyo Park is located off Chuckanut Drive on Old Samish Road in the South Neighborhood. Map; There is a gravel parking area for Arroyo Park along Old Samish Road. Events. Before using or reserving park facilities, please review the high-impact events below for information on how they may affect your planned activities.
The Bay to Baker Trail is a countywide trail system. These trails are in various states of development with the goal of being able to provide combined hike, bike and some horse trail opportunities across the county on former railroad, logging road, and other established corridors.
View the upcoming changes at Bloedel Donovan Park. Park Improvement Projects; Bloedel Dock Improvements Public Notice (PDF) Directions. Bloedel Donovan Park is located at 2214 Electric Avenue in the Silver Beach Neighborhood. Map; Facility Rentals. There are two Community Buildings at Bloedel Donovan Park that are available for reservation.
BRUNA PRESS + ARCHIVE is pleased to present the second event in the MUTTER COURAGE program, an occasional reading series + conversation space curated by YANARA Friedland, which invites writers at the corner of poetic, embodied, and intersectional practices to share their work with the Bruna community.
A short run, bike or drive south of Bellingham will take you to a labyrinth of foot, bike, and horse trails in the Chuckanut Mountains. Trails access old forests, lakes, streams, waterfalls, and has great views of Mount Baker, Bellingham Bay, the San Juan Islands, and the Olympic Peninsula.
Clayton Beach is closed to public access per the Washington State Parks website: "Previous access to the beach via unauthorized use of Burlington Northern Santa Fe property must be discontinued because of inadequate sight lines for pedestrians to see on-coming trains when crossing the rails to access the beach area.
Galbraith Mountain is a 12.3 mile loop trail located near Bellingham, Washington and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
Located 6 miles east of Bellingham, in the heart of an evergreen forest, is the Glen Echo Garden. Open Daily to the public, it offers 7 acres of multi-themed gardens including a Blue Garden, Gigantic Stump Garden, Serenity Garden, English Garden and Begonia & Fuchsia Garden.
With picturesque views of Lake Samish and the Chuckanut Mountains, the rustic Samish Lodge has a great atmosphere for a small wedding, family social, or business meeting. The lodge features a northwest style wood interior with a cozy fireplace.
The Hertz Trail is an easy hike or bike along the shore of Lake Whatcom on the grade of the former Bellingham & Eastern Railway. The trail begins with a gradual slope through a lush forest to the interpretive kiosk at the lakeshore. The trail then follows the railroad grade south for 2.9 miles. Enjoy views of Lake Whatcom and Lookout Mountain.
Needless to say, knowing the tides for the day is a must when you’re planning your trip to Locust Beach- especially if you’re arriving by boat. References: Bellingham Bay Tides. Bellingham Bay Wind and Weather. For more ideas about fun things to do throughout Bellingham visit our home page.
The Marine Life Center (MLC) offers visitors a chance to see what lurks beneath the bay. The center showcases marine life and habitat in Bellingham Bay, Puget Sound and on the Washington Coast. A touch pool offers an up close and more personal experience.
Bellingham, WA 98225 Open: Dawn - Dusk Park Information Marine Park is a beautiful stretch of waterfront park linking a nationally acclaimed trail system. The 1.9-acre park is located in Fairhaven near the Bellingham Cruise Terminal. It features a gentle sloping beach ideal for beach combing, building sandcastles, and kayaking.
Exhibits. We’ve been making, collecting, and showing interactive and fine art exhibits since 1995. Our exhibits mix science and art, technique and expression, and physical and spiritual modes of understanding the world. Interactive Exhibits. Our Interactive Exhibits are designed to be touched and manually manipulated.
From the North Chuckanut Mountain Trailhead and Arroyo Park, the Hemlock Trail links to the Lost Lake trails to the south and the Pine and Cedar Lakes trails to the east. This trail will lead you to amazing views of waterfalls, mountains, Bellingham Bay, and the San Juan Islands.
The Pickett House is the oldest house in the city of Bellingham, Washington, located on 910 Bancroft Street. Built in 1856 by United States Army Captain George Pickett, who later became a prominent general in the Confederate States Army during the Civil War, the house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.
Portage Island is an island in the western part of Bellingham Bay in Whatcom County, Washington, USA. It is separated from the Lummi Peninsula by Portage Bay and from the central part of Lummi Island Portage Island is an island in the western part of Bellingham Bay in Whatcom County, Washington, USA.
The Stimpson Family Nature Reserve offers over 4 miles of hiking trails through a beautiful forest setting. The forest is largely undisturbed and displays characteristics of an old-growth forest, including Douglas Fir trees over 400 years old, a wide diversity of tree species, snags and decaying logs, and a complex architecture of canopy ...
He dreamed of having a permanent home for his bird specimen collection, and the museum became the perfect showcase. Now, more than 75 years later, the Whatcom Museum has taking this important collection and reinterpreted it as an educational experience.
Park Information Overlooking Squalicum Harbor, the 4.4-acre Zuanich Point Park is the venue for community events, boating celebrations, picnics, and outstanding kite flying. The Squalicum Promenade paved path, perfect for jogging and roller-blading, connects Squalicum Harbor and Zuanich Point Park to the Bellwether on the Bay development.