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Pine and Cedar Lakes

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Address: /td> 36th Street Bellingham, Washington 98225
Phone Number: (360) 733-2900
Website: Pine and Cedar Lakes Trail
Latitude   48.675660    
Longitude   -122.445073    
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Site Quantity: Pad Type: Grass
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Electric 50 Amp Water Sewer
Big Rig Access Tents Allowed Pull-thrus Group Area
Handicap Access Waterfront Access Telephone Cable TV
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Store Laundry Pool Hot Tub
Pet Friendly 55+ Park Game Room Playground
Cabins Dump Station LP Gas Wi-Fi
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Pine and Cedar Lakes Trail Details

Pine and Cedar Lakes is hike in, primitive camping.  It is part  of the Chuckanut Mountain Park & Trail System located in Whatcom County, Washington.  Pine and Cedar Lakes consists of 2 small lake at the end of the Pine and Cedar Lakes trail.

To get to the lakes you start your hike at the parking lot off of 36th Street.  The trailhead and parking lot is very well marked.  The trail starts off with an immediate steep uphill climb that doesn't level off until well into the hike.  The steepness of the trail does a great job of keeping away the "riff raff".  The hike is approximately 2.5 miles to Pine Lake. Due to the steepness of the trail, pack light and pack smart!  The elevation gain is 1,400 feet with a top elevation of 1,600 feet.

You will find small areas around the two lakes for your tents.  If you enjoy fishing, bring your poles and plenty of fishing gear.  Large amounts of overgrowth surround both lakes but the lakes are stocked with plenty of  trout.

No campfire signs are posted along the trails to bring a small stove if you plan on cooking.  Pets are welcome on the trail and at the lakes but are required to stay on leashes.

Recreation near Pine and Cedar Lakes Trail

A labyrinth of trails can be found in the Chuckanut Mountains located just south of Bellingham. You will find great views of Mount Baker, Bellingham Bay, and more. Whatcom County Parks & Recreation has joined with Larrabee State Park, Bellingham Parks and the Department of Natural Resources to manage interconnecting trails on 8,000 acres of publicly owned land.

Directions to Pine and Cedar Lakes Trail

  • Take I-5 Exit 250 and follow Old Fairhaven Parkway/SR 11 west 0.1 miles to 30th Street.
  • Turn left on 30th St for 0.9 miles to Old Samish Road.
  • Turn left on Old Samish Road for 1.3 miles to trailhead parking area on the right.

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