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Die besten Parks in Bellingham

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“There are three and a half miles of trails in Whatcom Falls Park. Many routes wind through the forests here, some overlooking the creek gorge and still pools. Some wind through open meadows, while others stay in deep forest. A WPA-built stone bridge greets visitors, just 100 yards from the parking area. It's a beautiful, mossy wonder that makes a great destination in and of itself, though further wandering in the park is a fantastic day outing. Connect to Bloedel Donovan Park, the Railroad Trail, or do a one-mile loop in the park by beginning in the Silver Beach Road parking area, near the stone bridge at the main falls.”
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“Great walking path from Fairhaven along Taylor Dock to Boulevard park where you can enjoy the scenery or stop at Woods for a coffee.”
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“Near Bellingham's downtown and marina, this is a great location for kite flying and walks along our waterfront. Broad views to the SanJuan Islands and when weather mits, views to Mt. Baker, the Twin Sisters, the Olympic Mountains and the Canadian Coastal Range. An awesome park...”
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“Loop hike of about 3 miles around lake, with some side trails if you want to hike further. Easy walking trail with practically no elevation gain.”
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“Small and cute park on the water. This park is more low key and can be a great place to launch a kayak or canoe.”
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“Love to Mountain Bike? You can't pass this up! Great trails, views, tons of fun!”
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“Western Washington University and Fairhaven College in Bellingham. Established as an arboretum in 1967, Sehome Hill was protected from logging officially by members of Western's College Board of Trustees in May 1969. At first just 38 acres were protected, but then in 1974, that was expanded to 100 acre, and now visitors from all over can enjoy this gorgeous green space. Complete with overlook tower, informative trail signs, and an outdoor sculpture collection that is an excellent addition to any excursion to the Arboretum. ”
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“The gem of the Interurban Trail is Arroyo Park. Trails follow a beautiful creek under a dense forest canopy. In the fall, salmon can be seen spawning in the creek. Great for walks or just sitting along the creek. Cross the bridge and hike one of the many trails leading into the Chuckanut Mountains. There are two parking areas along Old Sammish Road near Chuckanut Drive. ”
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“This is a park and public beach nearby for swimming, playing in the water and playground.”
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“Trails with hidden art sculptures. very neat place most people in Bellingham do not know what a treasure this park is. Big Rock Garden was established in 1992. The Garden is home to apermanent sculpture exhibit and hosts sculpture shows. The Japanesestyle gardens are maintained with the help of volunteers. Facilities include parking, restrooms and trails. ”
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“A classic PNW park. Towering cedar groves, large sunny green fields, frisbee golf course, cascading creeks, overgrown trails. Worth checking out and so close!”
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“Very close and adjacent to the 100 Acre Wood trails as well as the Interurban trail.”
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“Teddy Bear Cove is a norotious spot out on the beautiful Chuckanut drive. It’s a rather popular hiking trail and beach, but there’s always plenty of space for everyone to explore and enjoy the views.”
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“its on the trail system you pass by it on the way to the beach at Little Squalicum Beach Park Amenities : Ballfields Basketball Court Benches Dog Off Leash Area Parking Picnic Shelter Playground Restrooms”
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“Swimming, picnicking, boat launch, sand volley ball, a pleasant one and a half mile walk to a family oriented lakeside park.”
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