THE PIERS AT LA CONNER MARINA
The piers at La Conner Marina see all different kinds of boaters from commercial, recreational and marine connected businesses. With bustling downtown La Conner a few steps away—amble over to the Museum of Northwest Art if you have the chance—this pier offers has a little something for everyone. It’s the perfect launch for a boater’s day trip, and features a rest stop with bathrooms, laundry and WiFi offered. In addition, there’s the Boaters Discount Center nearby that has all of your boating and personal needs.
At Taylor Dock, a favorite in the Bellingham community, you will find energetic runners, calming dog walkers and daytime strollers. Located in Fairhaven, the overwater boardwalk boasts views of iconic Bellingham sunsets and the shining city lights of Bellingham in the distance.
THE PIER AT DEER HARBOR MARINA
Orcas Island’s Pier at Deer Harbor is a must-see. With the Marina Market and Dock store on the pier, hotels, and other shops nearby, you will discover a lot to see and do. Some other activities include whale watching from the pier, and boat rentals.
THE PIER AT ROCHE HARBOR MARINA
With a community built over five decades, the Roche Harbor Marina offers a nearby historical hotel as well as many shops and restaurants. It’s the perfect place to grab a delicious ice cream cone and view yachts as big as a house!
THE DOCK AT LAKE PADDEN
Although this dock is the smallest of the five mentioned, it’s a peaceful treasure on Lake Padden. With only non-motorized boats allowed, this calming spot on the lake’s west end will leave you feeling serene. When the waters are calm, bring your camera: The dock is the perfect photo spot