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All reviews fish hatchery stone bridge duck pond swimming hole fishing pond beautiful waterfall maintained trails tennis courts rushing water easy hiking great trails walking trails middle of town city limits easy access picnic area close to town
Beaufifully groomed trails and people pick up after their dogs! Spend 30-90 minutes walking the trails and taking in the falls, trees and interpretive info boards for the fish hatchery. Not great for wheel chairs but doable with a strong person to push but great...More
I love looking at the beautiful waterfalls, and enjoying the lush greenery and joy of the outdoors. There are some muddy spots and mosquitoes depending on the season, but overall it is a beautiful park for a walk.
Our office staff went there to take a Christmas picture. What a beautiful background it made for our photo. Great place to take a hike or just a nice quiet walk. It's a must see if you're in Bellingham and like to visit parks.
I have lived here in Bellingham for almost 43 yrs now. Whatcom falls is one of the most beautiful parks here! beyond easy trail, the most beautiful waterfalls in many areas of the park. endless trail that lead to the right side of Lake whatocm!...More
First of all many thanks to those who helped us plan our 15 night road trip around the state that started early in September. Your advice, whether taken or ultimately ignored, was read and considered and you should be proud that so many of you are so passionate about one of the most beautiful and varied parts of the USA. Rather than a blow by blow trip report I thought it more useful to mention a few things that may help others. Ten years ago we had spent some time on the Olympics and...More
September 26, 2017|
Fabulous write-up ~ thanks for sharing. Your trip is an excellent example of how, given time, one can see a wide range of WA landscapes at an unenjoyable pace. You touched upon many of my favorite spots, from Ebey's Landing to Whatcom Falls Park to the hamlet of Edison. I love Eastern WA as well. If you ever find your way in this region again, I hope you can explore the Palouse (southeast WA) and Columbia Gorge. Or maybe you already have? In any event, you've seen more of the state than...More
British Columbia, Canada
Flying out of BLI: looking for things to do for an afternoon (5 Replies)
We fly out of Bellingham to Hawaii next month. We are from the eastern Fraser Valley in BC and love the easy access to a small airport. We like to head down the day before so we can start decompressing for our holiday and not stress about getting across the border in time for our flight. We enjoy checking out a local park or hiking destination (if the weather cooperates) and dinner. Last year we roamed around Whatcom Falls park followed by a great dinner at Boundary Bay Brewery - which we...More
October 15, 2018|
Response fromMarie M|
Boulevard park, its trail with the water bridges, and dinner in fairhaven, maybe? If you like books, village books is excellent. There are several places in fairhaven that are good—ovn pizza is probably my favorite. Lovitt if you want farm to table—I thought the food was good, but I loved the live music. Downtown—temple bar or Aslan brewery or black sheep tacos. Or rock and rye. Whatcom falls is probably the best park in town. Difficult to improve on that.
Western WA itinerary - any thoughts? (6 Replies)
Hello, any input will be helpful. I'm staying in Mukilteo out of necessity (cannot change it), with two kids ages 11 and 13, for a week and I'd like some thoughts about my itinerary. We like shopping for kitschy stuff, touristy junk, lavender flavored foods, food stuff like unusual pastas and olive oils, booze (berry, mint, pepper flavored). We like eating at places like Ivar's and Olive Garden or local places with great pizzas. We're not into expensive places like Nobu's or Canlis....More
March 22, 2017|
Ok well I added this for Sunday March 26 (wish I could edit what I posted). MARCH 26 SUNDAY Catchy Ferry Clinton to Whidbey Drive up to Deception Pass and purchase $10 day pass Stop at Rosario Beach, look for tidepools and sea glass Stop in Anacortes Lunch at GERE-a-Deli Visit Washington Park (next to ferry up the winding road) Drive back from Anacortes to Mukilteo What do you think? Good plan?