Stimpson Family Nature Reserve

hiking fishing wildlife viewing no dogs no biking
The Stimpson Family Nature Reserve offers over 4 miles of hiking trails through a beautiful forest setting. The forest is largely undisturbed and displays characteristics of an old-growth forest, including Douglas Fir trees over 400 years old, a wide diversity of tree species, snags and decaying logs, and a complex architecture of canopy, understory, shrub layer, and tapestry of the forest floor. Two ponds and additional wetland areas support a wide variety of plants and animals, including beaver. Deer, cougar, and smaller mammals frequent the park.
Stimpson Family Nature Reserve
Phone: 360.778.5850
Located at:  2076 Lake Louise Road
Bellingham, WA
Conservation & Parks Steward: Reid Parker
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  1. Rules
General Park Rules