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Entdecke Bellingham

Parks & Natur in Bellingham

Park
“Big Park about 4 blocks away. Swimming, volleyball, boating, basketball, picnicking”
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Park
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Park
“This is a great place to start exploring Bellingham. I the fall, you can see the salmon running up Whatcom Creek. Catch a glimpse of the beautiful courthouse building, the waterfront, and the waterfalls in the middle of town. ”
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Park
“Traveling with a dog? Traveling without your dog and need some dog time? Paws for a Beer is an indoor and outdoor off-leash area that serves beer and wine. They often have food trucks and dog birthday parties.”
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Park
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Park
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Park
“Squalicum Creek runs through Cornwall Park supporting spawning salmon. The Lummi People knew Squalicum Creek area as Nu-Qual-le-hum, “water containing dog salmon”, a place to harvest spawning Chum salmon in the fall each year. Cornwall Park is a community park established in 1909. Facilities include two picnic shelters, two playgrounds, a spray park, disc golf, trails, restrooms, parking, basketball court, tennis & pickle ball courts, multi-purpose field, Spray Park - Open June 15 through September 15, 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. daily. Spray park utilizes fresh, potable water. It is not recycled. https://www.cob.org/documents/parks/parks-trails/trail-guide/bellingham_trail_guide.pdf”
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Park
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Park
“Located literally outside your front door, Memorial Park is one of the access points to the Interurban Trail. It's a lovely park where folks walk their dogs and play frisbee with their friends or just sit under one of the huge hardwood trees and enjoy the shade.”
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Park
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Wanderweg
“Its a wonderful trail through Bellingham up to Whatcom Falls Park. The start point is behind Sunnyland Elementary School with a pedestrian bike /foot bridge over I-5. you cross only a few roads and gentle grade, gravel trail up into Whatcom Fall Park. Views of Bellingham Bay from the Alabama Street Overpass. Wildlife and marsh birds may be observed at St. Clair Pond, Scudder's Pond and Lake Whatcom. ”
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Garten
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Wanderweg
“The Interurban Trail is a rail trail in Whatcom County, Washington. It runs 6.6 miles between Fairhaven and Larrabee State Park in the Bellingham area. Popular with hikers and bicycles, the trail runs parallel to Chuckanut Drive though the Chuckanut Mountains.”
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Park
“Not too far from town is Galbraith mountain! This is a popular destination for those who mountain bike! The mountain is covered in a large trail system.”
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Essen
“Galbraith is known, loved and mostly used by mountain bikers, but they are courteous to hikers as well. They say it is miles upon miles of the best hiking and mountain biking in the country!”
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