Whatcom Creek Trail Loop is a 4.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Bellingham, Washington that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round.
I went there one day in March this year when it was drizzling; thus, the trails were dangerously slippery at places, so I decided not to do the whole loop. But this park with its tall trees, powerful waterfalls, and rushing streams was magnificent. I had a nice talk with the ranger helpers (university students) who were feeding the salmons raised in large outdoor round tanks to be released later to the ocean via the park system of streams, sleuces, and waterfalls. Like the state of Washington, this park is magical! I shall return.
I love it there especially by the pond. It feels magical there.
A nice and easy trail for walking or bike riding. Waterfalls have nice strong current during the colder months, trail is clean and mostly flat. There is also a pond with benches to sit and enjoy the view of ducks swimming.
walked here a few times. beautiful scenery, waterfalls, trees, and other features. easy to get to and great parking. it could use more map details not just signage.
Very public and flat but very beautiful. Good for a jog or hike with the family. Great opportunities for waterfall photography!