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Michael McFarlane

Whatcom County Parks & Recreation Headquarters
3373 Mount Baker Highway
Bellingham, Washington 98226
Telephone: (360) 733-2900

Whatcom County Parks & Recreation

Interurban Trail

Interurban Trail

The last electric train clacked along the Interurban Railway in 1928, but the route connecting urban greenways in Bellingham's historic Fairhaven with Larrabee State Park has been reborn as a favorite with walkers, runners, bicyclists and equestrians. Vistas to the San Juan Islands and spur trails to mountain views, lakes and beaches entice you to linger.

From the North Chuckanut Mountain Trailhead, travel 0.2 miles up to Hemlock Trail to the Interurban Trail. Once on the trail you can continue to:

Interurban Trail


5.9 miles each way

Trail System Map pdf

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For more information you can contact our Parks & Recreation Main Office from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday at:
Lead Ranger:  
Phone: 360.384.3444
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset

North Chuckanut Mountain Trail head

Take I-5 Exit 250 and follow Old Fairhaven Parkway / SR 11 west 1.3 miles to 12th Street. Turn Left and follow Chuckanut Drive / SR11 south 1.5 miles to trailhead parking area on the left.
Thank You For Adopting
Whatcom County Parks & Recreation
We would like to thank Walking FriendsYou are about to leave the Whatcom County Site - click globe for disclaimerfor adopting a portion of the Interurban trail by Cleator Road! We are grateful for their help with maintenance and trail improvements.
Adopt A Trail
If your business or organized group would like to participate in this fun and energetic way to make a difference for Whatcom County Parks, check out our Adopt-A-Trail program!