Located near Ferndale, Washington, Hovander park was once the homestead of a Swedish family which immigrated to the United States. The house bears the markings of Swedish architecture, beautiful and quaint. Surrounded by lush gardens, prepared and maintained by master gardeners, the house seems to sit in a frame of purples, reds and azure.
Located near Ferndale, Washington, the Tennant Lake Wildlife Area allows the visitor to experience one of the most spectacular wetlands in Washington State. An elevated boardwalk takes the visitor on a one-mile journey through swamp and marsh habitats where visitors may see more than 150 species of songbirds, raptors and waterfowl as well as the occasional muskrat, deer, beaver and other wetland creatures.
Located in Blaine, Washington, Peace Arch State Park is a 20-acre day-use park commemorating treaties and agreements that arose from the war of 1812. The park celebrates the unguarded United States/Canadian border that stretches from the Strait of Juan de Fuca to the Bay of Funday in Nova Scotia. The park features horticultural exhibitions and the giant, commemorative, concrete arch that straddles the border of the two nations.