Bellingham is located in Northwest Washington approximately 90 miles north of Seattle and 52 miles
south of Vancouver, B.C. with majestic Mount Baker to the east and the San Juan Islands to the west.
Whatcom County is home to the Bellingham Mt Baker region. Whatcom county has a population of about
180,000 and Bellingham itself has a population of 72,000 inhabitants.

View of Mt Shuksan from Mt Baker


The historic district Fairhaven is on the south side of Bellingham, borders Puget Sound on the west and Western Wahsington University on the northeast. Easy access to the scenic Chuckanut Drive and the prestigious neighborhoods of Edgemoor and the South Hill. The district of Fairhaven provides a gateway to Bellingham Bay, the San Juan Islands and Alaska. Fairhaven boasts 24 restaurants and 50 stories.


Fairhaven Waterfront
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