The Lynden KOA is close to so many things; Canada, Mt. Baker, the ocean and shopping.
Open year-round and features replica early-century Lynden shops, a pioneer farm setting, Indian burial relics, a gun collection, a military room, a 25 foot "History of the World" scroll, old photos, and a basement full of restored vehicles. Information about the Lynden Pioneer Museum is available at their website.
Berthusen Park is a natural park of 236 acres with miles of trails through forest lands. It is the original homestead of Hans and Lida Berthusen is located 1 1/2 miles northwest of downtown Lynden. The featured attraction is the Berthusen's 1913 cross-beam barn with antique farm equipment, boat exhibit, and dahlia garden. Families will enjoy short interpretive hiking trails and playgrounds. Also the home of the Puget Sound Antique Tractor & Machinery Association.
Our local area is known for it's outdoor recreational activities and it's shopping.
The local area is an ideal location for a golfing getaway, boasting the most golf courses per capita of any northwestern county. There are 13 golf courses within a 10 to 45 minute drive. This is a golfer's paradise! Nine holes to a unique 27-hole challenge.
Rent a sailboat or kayak to explore private coves, or join a charter trip to the San Juan Islands or Victoria. River rafting is very popular and accessible as well. Cruises, charters and tours are available.