Lynden / Bellingham Koa

Lynden, Washington

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The breathtaking scenery of Washington and Canada surrounds you here, from the San Juan Islands to the drama of 10,778-foot Mount Baker. Lynden's windmills and Pioneer Museum redirect the area's Dutch heritage. Explore one of three fishing ponds graced with weeping willows on foot or in one of the paddleboats. If you are not an explorer, you can play a round of 18-hole mini golf or take a dip in the pool. Be sure to visit the Kampers Den for a cup of espresso, ice cream and more. Gamers - don't forget to check out the arcade room. Campers celebrate with fun events like Mardi Gras, Western Days, s'mores parties, barbecues and themed dances. With a setting and celebrations like that, no wonder this KOA has been featured in Trailer Life and Sunset magazines as well as GoRVing ads. From October 1 to March 1, washrooms are unavailable. Pool: Victoria Weekend - Labour Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 45 feet. Your hosts: the Martin family.

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