Bellingham Limo Services Rentals
Limo in Bellingham: Luxury Limousine Service for Any Occasion
Luxury limousine service or party bus in Bellingham (WA) for every occasion, such as: airport ride
(BLI or another), birthday party, wedding, prom, excursion; night-on-the-town, corporate or group outing, concert,
sporting event, anniversary, bachelor party, bachelorette party, to and from cruise port, funeral, graduation,
holiday light tour, school dance and wine/private tour.
The following type of limo is usually available, depending upon location: luxury sedan & SUV,
stretch limo & SUV, van, mini-bus, motorcoach, antique, classic and trolley/carriage.
Bellingham, Washington, in Whatcom county, is 80 miles N of Seattle, Washington. About 67,171
people live in Bellingham.
The name of this area was derived from the bay on which it is situated. George Vancouver, who
landed here in June 1792, named the bay after Sir William Bellingham who worked for the Royal Navy as a controller
of the storekeeper's account. The earliest white settlers arrived in 1854. In November 1903, the four towns around
Bellingham Bay, Whatcom, Sehome, Bellingham, and Fairhaven, were consolidated and incorporated as Bellingham.
Bellingham and nearby Attractions
> Whatcom Falls Park
> American Museum of Radio and Electricity
> Bellingham Railway Museum
> Larrabee State Park
> Lake Whatcom
Things To Do In Bellingham
Those interested in outdoor recreation can visit the Whatcom Falls Park which encompasses the
Whatcom Creek Gorge. It has many miles of walking trails and four sets of waterfalls. Visitors can enjoy fishing,
swimming, and hiking. There are also several interesting museums in the area which are dedicated to various
subjects such as local history, art, the railways, etc. Skiing is another activity which can be enjoyed at Mount
Baker Ski Area.
Consistently rated one of the best places to visit in the country, Bellingham offers exhilaration
and relaxation. Just about an hour away from Seattle, Vancouver and Mt. Baker, this college town offers easy
access to art, activity and action.
The Bellingham Festival of Music returns to celebrate its 16th season running July 3 – July 19th,
2009. Director Michael Palmer will conduct world-class musicians from our nation’s finest orchestras in one
of America’s premier festival ensembles.
Balancing tranquility and adventure, Bellingham is an ideal base camp for exploring Mt. Baker to
the east, Bellingham Bay to the west and the San Juan Islands beyond. Or hang around town to discover some
unique culture and fine dining.
Swim, fish and stroll around Whatcom Falls Park, home to the Whatcom Creek Gorge and four sets of
spectacular waterfalls. Or combine history and nature by hiking to the distinctive rocky coastlines of
Larrabee Park, which in 1915 became Washington’s very first state park.
Visit the Whatcom Museum of History & Art for an introduction to local and natural history, or
stop by the Bellingham Railway Museum to see the model trains that illustrate a rich history of railroading in the
county. For a hands-on treat for the kids, head to the Mindport Arts and Sciences Museum.
A day at Mount Baker offers skiing and snowboarding in the winter or camping and mountain biking in
the summer. Plus, the waterfront offers yet another frontier to explore, with whale watching expeditions, boat
launches and ferries to the San Juan Islands. Rent a limo in Bellingham (WA)!