Pioneer Park

Pioneer Park, Ferndale: Tickets, Tours, Address, Phone Number, Pioneer Park Reviews: 4/5

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230yvonnec
Bellingham, WA77 contributions
Its fun to see all the old houses & stuff!
Jul 2019
We like going here for the Pioneer Days in the summer. They have many vendors and different types of food to try! Also get to watch different cultures perform on the stage! It is quite fun.
Written February 11, 2020
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Linda Sue C
Ferndale, WA13 contributions
A must visit!
Oct 2019
Our collection of cabins at Pioneer Park are worth a look. They are full of memorabilia from the era. A great time to visit is during the first weekend of December 6-8 for Old Fashioned Christmas. Lots of activities and a glimpse of the past.
Written November 5, 2019
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MARTHA H
Bellingham, Washington, USA348 contributions
Wonderful place to wonder
Jun 2019
A little piece of heaven in downtown Ferndale. great historic information concerning the old settlers. Love the historic cabins you can visit.
Written July 10, 2019
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drveum
Ferndale, WA11 contributions
Great step back in history
Jul 2017 • Family
the cabins are kept as they were decades ago, except for some modern upgrades like electricity. Great place to visit in July for the venues and step back into country life
Written June 18, 2018
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willyum2
Ferndale, WA67 contributions
Historical insight into the origins of Ferndale
Oct 2017 • Family
I have visited this park often. It gives some clues into period life at the time of the origins of life for Europeans in northwest Washington. These people were truly tied to the river, which provided transport, water, and food. Their manual skills at building shelters, farming building, and utilities such as they were are impressive.
Written December 21, 2017
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JEF419
Bellingham, WA62 contributions
Looked accurate to me.
Aug 2017 • Solo
This park is tucked away at the edge of town but I'm happy I found it. You can peek into a few of the buildings on your own and they look accurate. It's hard to see much unless you take the tour (only $5) and I didn't have time. Intriguing enough that I'll go back and catch that tour. There is a gift shop, not outstanding but it has a pharmacy museum on the second floor. Now that was unusual!
Written August 16, 2017
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2016hoteltips
San Jose, CA77 contributions
"Nice Surprise"
Jul 2017 • Friends
I was visiting a friend who lives in Ferndale and she took me to this Historic Pioneer Park on my last day in town. I loved it! I was totally unaware of it before and feel it's like a hidden gem. It was a quiet day and we just wandered around by ourselves peeking through windows of the historic buildings gathered there to form a cute pioneer town-something reminiscent of "Little House On The Prairie". We didn't do the guided tour so didn't see inside all, but I really enjoyed what I did see! I am interested in that part of history so it was fun to explore. We went inside the General Store-so cute in the pioneer style-and bought some penny candies. My friend said they have special days-like the Old Settler's Picnic (?) and Christmas events and I could see those would be fun to attend in that unique place.
Written August 10, 2017
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Stephen S
Asheville, NC128 contributions
Beautiful place to explore
Sep 2016 • Family
We had a great time visiting Pioneer Park. We visited in autumn and I'm sure it's lovely all year but...autumn was just magical. There are beautiful trails by the Nooksack River and to a lake full of lilly pads. This is a great place to explore and enjoy the beauty of Whatcom County whether you're a kid or a senior. All trails are easily accessible and well worth the time to explore.
Written July 24, 2017
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Hikestick
Ferndale, WA163 contributions
Locked Up Park is Waste of time most days
Mar 2017 • Family
Pioneer Park is fenced off and kept locked away from the public except for special events. It has historic pioneer family log buildings collected and moved to this site in a sort of pioneer settlement layout. Some buildings have museum like displays....which you can see on rare occaisions they are open. The main positive to this site is a large new playground outside the fence on the south side known as "Star Park". Great for toddlers to grade schoolers.
Written March 13, 2017
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Karen K
5 contributions
Pioneer themed park
Jul 2016 • Friends
Pack a picnic or pick up some take out to eat here at Pioneer Park. Nice picnic shelter area and tables throughout the park. Huge cedar trees provide shady areas. Nice playground for children.
Written July 25, 2016
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