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Director:
Michael McFarlane

Whatcom County Parks & Recreation Headquarters
3373 Mount Baker Highway
Bellingham, Washington 98226
Telephone: (360) 733-2900
E-mail: parks@co.whatcom.wa.us

 

 
Whatcom County Parks Partnerships

Whatcom County Parks & Recreation

 

If you would like to Adopt a Trail or volunteer at Whatcom County Parks & Recreation please contact:

Erik Axelson, Parks Operations Manager
Phone: 360.733.2900
Email: parks@co.whatcom.wa.us

Partnerships

We would like to thank the following organizations for supporting Whatcom County Parks & Recreation:

  • Black Mountain Forestry Center operates an outdoor logging history museum at Silver Lake Parks and staffs the Gerdrum House museum during the summer.
  • Drayton Harbor Maritime SocietyYou are about to leave the Whatcom County Site - click globe for disclaimersupports and staffs the Semiahmoo Museum with docents in the summer.
  • Friends of Tennant LakeYou are about to leave the Whatcom County Site - click globe for disclaimersupporting programs and activities at Tennant Lake and Hovander Park.
  • Friends of Sunset FarmYou are about to leave the Whatcom County Site - click globe for disclaimersupporting, maintaining and fundraising for Sunset Farm Park.
  • Master GardenersYou are about to leave the Whatcom County Site - click globe for disclaimerprovide landscaping, education and demonstration gardens at Hovander Park and the Roeder Home.
  • The Nesset Foundation working to preserve the Nesset Farm and make South Fork Park available to the public.
  • Whatcom Land TrustYou are about to leave the Whatcom County Site - click globe for disclaimerprotects lands from development and fosters stewardship of protected lands.
  • Whatcom Parks & Recreation FoundationYou are about to leave the Whatcom County Site - click globe for disclaimerfor supporting and fundraising a multitude of projects throughout the parks system.
Volunteer
  • Adopt a Trail Volunteers:
    • Walking Friends who maintain area north of Cleator Road on the Interurban Trail
    • Nash Hall Residents who maintain part of Hemlock Trail by California Street
    • Mt Baker Club who maintain Maple Falls to Glacier Trail
  • Whatcom Volunteer CenterYou are about to leave the Whatcom County Site - click globe for disclaimer provides insurance and administrative support for our volunteer program and recruits and trains docents to lead tours of the historic Hovander house.