Young swimmers enjoyed Whatcom Creek this July at Whatcom Falls Park. The park also features long trails that reach several neighborhoods, waterfalls, a fishing pond and trout hatchery, playgrounds, and tennis and basketball courts. New trails and markers provide access and details about the part of the creek charred during the 1999 Olympic Pipe Line 
explosion.
Young swimmers enjoyed Whatcom Creek this July at Whatcom Falls Park. The park also features long trails that reach several neighborhoods, waterfalls, a fishing pond and trout hatchery, playgrounds, and tennis and basketball courts. New trails and markers provide access and details about the part of the creek charred during the 1999 Olympic Pipe Line explosion. LUKE HARRIS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Young swimmers enjoyed Whatcom Creek this July at Whatcom Falls Park. The park also features long trails that reach several neighborhoods, waterfalls, a fishing pond and trout hatchery, playgrounds, and tennis and basketball courts. New trails and markers provide access and details about the part of the creek charred during the 1999 Olympic Pipe Line explosion. LUKE HARRIS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

Whatcom Falls

September 11, 2007 04:25 PM

UPDATED September 13, 2007 03:42 PM

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