Looking for information about 2017 Summer of Fun recreational activities? Click on over to www.cityofferndale.org/parks for all the details!
Nestled on the banks of the Nooksack River, Ferndale provides a wealth of outdoor recreation and family gathering opportunities for the public. From multiple parks, to the public library to a senior center, YMCA and Boys & Girls Club, the city has something for everyone.
Public Works staff members manage the city’s park services. The department maintains 49 acres of developed city parks, 55 acres of undeveloped/underdeveloped park properties, and approximately 8 acres of dedicated open spaces as well as the City Library and variety of other areas.
Along with those publicly-owned properties, the city is home to a variety of other community organizations and recreational facilities that provide residents and visitors a wealth of opportunities to get out and play!
Ferndale Parks Map: Note – Red balloons are City parks; Yellow balloons are private parks open to the public.
- Map of City Parks
- Full Parks List & Amenities
- Phillips 66 Sports Complex (Reservations)
- Park Facility Rentals
- Parks Master Plan – Long-range document that visions Ferndale’s parks and trails system and goals for the next 20 years
- Parks, Recreation & Trails Advisory Board
Other Facilities & Organizations
- Ferndale Food Bank
- Boys & Girls Club Ferndale
- Ferndale Friendship Community Garden
- Ferndale Heritage Society
- Ferndale Public Library
- Whatcom County Old Settlers Association
- Ferndale Senior Activity Center
- Whatcom Family YMCA
- Hovander Homestead Park
- Tennant Lake Interpretative Center & Fragrance Garden