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About Bellingham

Some of the best campgrounds in Washington are in the state’s Northwestern-most corner, near the border with Canada. Bellingham RV parks and campgrounds are close to Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle, and to the National Parks and Forests just east of the coast. Bellingham is also a great spot to explore the San Juan Islands National Wildlife Refuge and the rest of the northern half of Puget Sound. Just north of Bellingham, the town of Lynden has several campgrounds right near the border, while on the other side of the Cascade Mountain Range are the Leavenworth RV parks scattered around Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.


North Cascades National Park has gotten more popular in recent years for RVers, and travelers in general. Much of the area is heavily forested and undeveloped, so it’s ideal if you’re looking for a quiet backpacking excursion and those who want to explore ancient forests and glaciers running along the border with Canada.


There are also tons of places Washington that feel concealed from civilization, but are actually considered part of the urban landscape. There are plenty of places to stretch your legs and take a jog or hike near Bellingham. And when you’re ready to test your luck, check out the any number of casinos near Bellingham, as well.


The city is home to the Whatcom Museum, Mount Baker Theatre, and SPARK Museum of Electrical Invention, which is fun for all but geared toward kids with their engaging and interactive exhibits and events.