Washington State - Hovander and Tennant Lake

Washington State - Hovander and Tennant Lake

Date sent: Wed, 5 Mar 1997
From: Aceman168@aol.com
To: getaways@cyber-adv.com
Subject: Hovander and Tennant Lake
This is a gem of a county. Your at the gateway to the San Jaun Islands which are world famous. Your also only about 50 miles from the mountains. Mount Baker specifically. There are trails, parks, historical sites, recreational opportunities galore. It's the best place on earth.

It's in the state of Washington. Whatcom County to be exact. Right in the Northwest corner right below the Canadian Border.

What can you do there - I'll tell you - it's 720 acres of undeveloped land. One portion of it is the Hovander Park section. This is an historical (on the National Historical Resister) turn of the century farm with house and largest barn in the county. It is on the Nooksack River and has over a mile of river front property. The Tennant Lake portion has an interpretive center that shows the geological and historical facts of the area. This is all surrounded by an incredible wetlands area with lots of wildlife. There are trails galore and also a boardwalk that goes out on to the lake.

This is a real special place.


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