Located along the Nooksack River on the Mt. Baker Highway, Deming Homestead Eagle Park is a 100-acre preserve owned by the Whatcom Land Trust and known locally for its spectacular access to wintering Bald Eagles, as five species of salmon use the river for spawning. The cedar-lined river banks are also home to Evening Grosbeaks, Stellerâ€™s Jays, American Dippers, Harlequin Ducks and Yellow-rumped Warblers.
February is the month for love, and ideas for celebrating are plentiful in Bellingham and Whatcom County. Hotel Specials Valentine’s Day Escape Package: Four Points by Sheraton Bellingham Hotel & Conference Center in Bellingham, WA has extended its Valentineâ€™s Day Escape Package to run from Feb. 9-19, 2018. The romantic getaway includes a king room, […]
Whatcom County is filled with outdoor and indoor fun for kids and adults of all ages. Have you ever stood in two countries at the same time? Give it a try at the Peace Arch State Park in Blaine,WA (I-5 exit 276). Look for the obelisk that officially marks the U.S. â€“ Canada border running […]
Getting on a bike and getting into the fresh air is easy in Bellingham and Whatcom County. Miles of urban bike lanes, back-woods trails, and country roads await riders, as do specialized maps, weekly and annual bike events, and numerous support organizations. See our recent series of short videos on mountain biking and road biking […]