Downloadable maps of Bellingham’s parking, scenic drives, Historic Fairhaven District, Historic Tours and more. To view our current Travel Advisory information, go here.
Bellingham Whatcom County Tourism has many maps available at our comprehensive Visitor Information Center located at 904 Potter Street in Bellingham, off exit 253. Drop by for a visit to pick up or purchase many different local maps, including maps of Bellingham, Ferndale, Lynden, Blaine, Whatcom County, hiking maps, bicycle maps, state maps and more.
Buses, taxis, Uber, even take the Amtrak in Bellingham. No matter what your your ride situation is, you’ll find it easy to get around to where you need to be in Bellingham and Whatcom County.
Our Bellingham Airport (BLI) is close to town, has low fares, and makes traveling to and from Whatcom County easier than ever.
Bellingham is a coastal city protected by the San Juan Islands. We are a port for ferries to and from Alaska, and if you’d like to escape to Lummi Island, we have a small ferry that will take you there.
Crossing the US/Canadian Border is usually a smooth process. Expect it to take 10-30 minutes, and longer during high traffic volume periods. An occasional full-vehicle search may occur. Click the link above to learn more about the US/Canadian border.