What to do and see in Everson, United States: The Best Places and Tips

November 11, 2017 Brain Ambrose

Everson in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Hiking Trails. Discover best things to do in Everson with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Everson

1. Whatcom Falls Park

1401 Electric Ave, Bellingham, WA 98229-2435 +1 360-778-7000
Excellent
71%
Good
24%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 761 reviews

Whatcom Falls Park

Reviewed By kwa829 - Redmond, Washington

A pleasant enough city park with some walking trails (I don't think I'd really call them "hiking trails") and some bucolic settings, with the highlight being Whatcom Falls, which is a 30-second walk from the parking lot.

BY the standards of the Pacific Northwest, the scenery is not exactly knock-your-socks-off stunning, but by the standards of a park in an urban area, it is quite nice. And if it were in Indiana or Nebraska, it'd surely be a state park (probably the most-visited one in the state), and would be featured in the state calendar every year. In beautiful Washington state, it's merely another scenic place.

The tanks at the fish hatchery are kind of interesting.

I was also impressed by how clean the bathrooms near the playground were. Normally bathrooms at parks can be a little dicey. But here they were nice.

2. Mount Baker Vineyards and Winery

4298 Mt Baker Hwy, Everson, WA 98247-9422 +1 360-592-2300
Excellent
63%
Good
15%
Satisfactory
15%
Poor
0%
Terrible
7%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 13 reviews

Mount Baker Vineyards and Winery

Locally owned and operated Mount Baker Vineyards has been producing award winning Washington wines for almost 30 years. Relax and enjoy the view of the vineyard and the Sisters Mountains from our deck. Tasting offered year round. Picnic tables and areas for small groups.

Reviewed By GuinnessGuy - Vancouver, BC

A pretty plain tasting room but the selection and taste of the wines makes up for it. I tasted 5 wines for $5 and not one was a clunker. My favourites were the Malbec ($23) and Madelien Angevine ($14). Note that most of the grapes for their wines are trucked in from Yakima.

3. City Park (Million Smiles Playground Park)

8460 Depot Rd, Lynden, WA 98264-1400
Excellent
83%
Good
17%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
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Overall Ratings

5 based on 51 reviews

City Park (Million Smiles Playground Park)

Reviewed By brifd1 - Everett, Washington

Just north of the historic downtown area and south of the airport and nice residential areas is this woodsy park.

Entering from the west, this is a great place to sit or lie down and read and/or for kids to play on a variety of creative structures. It's like you're in a world that's a bit away from where you came, particularly if you're a big city folk. It's a great place to practice mindfulness or to let your inner kid out.

4. Lynden Pioneer Museum

217 Front St, Lynden, WA 98264-1418 +1 360-354-3675
Excellent
65%
Good
31%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
0%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 58 reviews

Lynden Pioneer Museum

Reviewed By Skipper3436 - Issaquah, Washington

We have discovered that local Museums often provide the best history of a community. One will find that the community of Lynden has a uniquely patriotic history based on hard work, American values paid for in blood and sweat over two World Wars, The agricultural history that is represented in technology and innovation is breath taking, This small museum is worth spending as many as three hours wandering the history of this small Washington City that attracts as many Canadians as Americans. The city itself is a destination spot with a real Dutch flavor and spotless streets and shops. Just a 20 minute drive from I-5 or Bellingham and you will treat yourself to a Northwest treasure. The people are friendly, the services are first class and the town feels like home used to.

5. BelleWood Acres

6140 Guide Meridian Rd, Lynden, WA 98264-9614 +1 360-318-7720
Excellent
64%
Good
22%
Satisfactory
9%
Poor
4%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 61 reviews

BelleWood Acres

Welcome to our Farm, Store & Distillery! We are open year-round and host many special events and festivals throughout the year. Check our website for a complete listing of events. Apples and Cider: We have twenty apple varieties to delight the most discerning palates. From the early varieties, to the last ones picked, we harvest at the peak of flavor. Come and taste the difference freshness makes. Artisan Distillery: Our spirits are award winning and hand crafted in small batches from our own apples. Tasting room open daily and tours offered every weekend.Bistro & Bakery:The BelleWood Bistro features light breakfast and lunch menus that include homemade soups, salads, sandwiches, delicious treats, apple cider donuts & fruit/cheese plates. We also serve beer, wine, ciders and cocktails using spirits made in our distillery.

Reviewed By Kathair - Ferndale, Washington

Bellewood Acres grows lots of apples, sell apples as apples, but also sells apples as cider and distilled spirits. We recently took a distillery tour, which was thoroughly enjoyable and educational. Apples are not yet ripe, so we didn't see the pressing, etc. (we will return for another tour then) but were able to follow the apple juice from pressed cider, to fermented cider to distilled spirits. The equipment is attractive, and the guide was an informed and engaged individual. We tasted small amounts of raw fermented cider as well as raw distillate from the middle distillation (the one they use to proceed to spirits) and finished vodka, gin, whiskey, and cordials. I am not a spirits drinker, but they all tasted better to me than what I'd had mass commercially - more fruity & flavorful. The rest of the establishment was also enjoyable. There is a gift shop, restaurant (snack place, really) and the grounds, which you are able to walk around on. They have a fall festival with pumpkin patch, etc. which would be fun for the kids, and we plan to return.

6. Boulevard Park

470 Bayview Dr, Bellingham, WA 98225-7804
Excellent
74%
Good
22%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 226 reviews

Boulevard Park

Reviewed By 737teresam - Bellingham, Washington

Best park in Bellingham. The park runs along and over Bellingham Bay. A great view of the bay and sourounding city. Long boardwalk on the south side can be walked towards Fairhaven. The children’s play area is pirate themed and has great climbing area and slide. Woods Coffee on premises is a great place to grab a cup of coffee and pastry. Here you can sit inside where there is a fireplace or outside on patio. There is also a walk up window for outdoor ordering. There is also a good walking trail at north end of the park. Parking can be challenging in the summer, as there are a lot of visitors. Great place for families and singles. Dogs on leash are welcome. Many benches for sitting.

7. Mount Baker Theatre

104 N Commercial St, Bellingham, WA 98225-4408 +1 360-733-5793
Excellent
72%
Good
23%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 144 reviews

Mount Baker Theatre

Reviewed By educationdoc - Bellingham, Washington

Any shows or concerts that you attend in this venue will be a treat. The Mt. Baker Theater is a beautifully restored 1927 architectural treasure, listed on the register of National Historic Places (be sure to look up at the art deco domed ceiling. The theatre is dedicated to showcasing some of the best live performing artists on both the professional and community levels. The Whatcom Symphony performs here, and the 3 PM Sunday matinee is among our favorite way to spend a nice rainy afternoon in Bellingham.

8. Jansen Art Center

321 Front St, Lynden, WA 98264-1918 +1 360-354-3600
Excellent
88%
Good
12%
Satisfactory
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Poor
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Overall Ratings

5 based on 16 reviews

Jansen Art Center

Reviewed By Davidb1057

Jansen Art Center was renovated about two years ago I'm told. Wow have they ever done a wonderful job in renovating. The restoration, choice of colors on the walls, the beautifully restored wood floors, furniture and addition of the Firehall Cafe was a REAL TREAT!

Each room displayed a different artist's work. Each room had it's own feel and personality. The art work was pleasantly displayed. Not crowded. Comfortable. You just don't find many of these grand old buildings with their architectural grandeur that you don't find in buildings built today.

In addition, the Firehall Cafe was a real treat. The lower level seating was done up in bold red chairs, tables with painted canvas tops covered by glass and the Barista bar faced with corrugated polished steel with wonderful accent colors, textures and artifacts were a nice touch. The upper seating provided for (if I remember right) wing-backed conversation chairs and tables with an access to an outdoor raised deck with tables chairs and umbrella's. Very well done again.

I really enjoyed our visit to this old gem of a building and art center.

9. Homestead Golf & Country Club

115 E Homestead Blvd, #104, Lynden, WA 98264-9243 +1 360-354-1196
Excellent
43%
Good
22%
Satisfactory
22%
Poor
9%
Terrible
4%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 22 reviews

Homestead Golf & Country Club

Located just on the outskirts of Lynden, Homestead Golf and Country Club winds its way across what was once fertile dairy land and is now one of the real surprises of Northwest Washington golf. This is a true resort course, with wide landing areas and multiple tees for the recreational golfer and length, doglegs and hidden hazards to challenge players with some game. And it is the only course in Washington with a par five that plays into an island green. This beautiful finishing hole has been voted best par 5 finishing hole in the state. We welcome you to join us.

Reviewed By 89kathy - Boston, Massachusetts

I didn't actually golf,but did stay on the grounds.it was well maintained,the facilities were really nice.the exercise room pool and Jacuzzi were also done up well.i am not a golfer but wished I was to be able to use the green very picturesque

10. Spark Museum of Electrical Invention

1312 Bay St, Bellingham, WA 98225-4322 +1 360-738-3886
Excellent
60%
Good
28%
Satisfactory
11%
Poor
1%
Terrible
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 159 reviews

Spark Museum of Electrical Invention

The Spark Museum of Electrical Invention offers an exciting and educational experience for audiences of all ages. Compelling, interactive exhibits spanning four centuries of scientific achievement and cultural heritage are featured in a world-class collection of unique objects including the giant "MegaZapper" Tesla Coil which produces massive lightning bolts! Spark Museum displays the inventions and innovations that changed the course of human history. Come check it out!

Reviewed By misopiso88 - Seattle, Washington

We were visiting Bellingham for the weekend and happened to be near the Spark Museum at the start time of the electricity show so we decided to go. So fun! Kids can participate and everyone can have a chance to experience the lightening globe. Look...MoreThanks for your review!

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