Bellingham's Lake Whatcom is a beautiful timber lined freshwater lake
nestled in the foothills between the shores of Puget Sound and magnificent
Whatcom is Washington's 4th largest freshwater lake stretching over 12
miles from end to end with the north shore in Bellingham and the southern
most end in the laid back community of Sedro Woolley.
The wooded shoreline around lake Whatcom is dotted with
lakeside resorts, a summer camp,
scenic parks and private homes-- everything from quaint summer cabins
& rustic log homes, to majestic waterfront mansions with their
very own docks.
Whatcom is stocked with fish each year by the Washington State Department
of Fish and
lake is popular for fishing, sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, kayaking
& even canoeing. - Northwest families have been
camping and vacationing along its shores
Lake Whatcom has a number of communities around its shores but one
of the largest is the master planned lakefront community of Sudden
This resort community has its own marina,
boat ramp, private beach access, and highly regarded golf
course designed by Ted Robinson.
About Sudden Valley