The Lummi Island Grange Hall is a mainstay gathering place for social get-togethers: weddings, pancake breakfasts, spaghetti feeds, quirky fundraisers, and life celebrations honoring passed islanders.
Every Saturday from 10 am to 1 pm. Enjoy music, purchase fresh flowers, local honey, produce, and community.
We specialize in unique varieties of cut peonies and grow a wide range of fruits and vegetables using organic practices. Fresh eggs, all our produce and sea salt, sold at our farm stand.
Events are all-inclusive: deluxe lodging, catered meals and snacks, materials, equipment and expert instruction, happy hours, and chair massages.
This launch ramp is the only public boat access on Lummi Island. The fee is $10 per day including parking. You can also get a annual launch pass for $140.
No matter what brings you to us, The Willows Inn on Lummi Island has ideal lodging for your specific needs. With cozy rooms at our main location to spacious guest houses nearby, you’ll find comfortable accommodations for one or many guests.
This overlook has access to the tidelands below and was once the Lummi Island ferry landing. Today's visitors can watch the ferry transit Hale Passage from the park's observation deck.
This County park with adjoining public tidelands is located on the west side of Lummi Island overlooking Rosario Strait and islands beyond. Access is just south of the Willows Inn.
The public is welcome to the beach behind the Lummi Island Congregational Church. Or follow the signs to a secluded stone labyrinth for walking meditation. Access is from the parking lot. Please pack out what you pack in and respect the boundaries of the public access area.
Lummi Island is a retreat, a welcoming place to avoid the pressures of day-to-day life. To help you achieve that ideal, we offer an array of services, for the homeowner to ease the responsibilities associated with homeownership, and for the vacationer so you get the most from your island vacation.
Drop in and linger at the library, right across from the ferry dock. Enjoy a cup of tea, relax, enjoy the view, and of course, check out the library materials which can be returned at any Whatcom County or Bellingham library or drop box.
Box access is always available, although the last collection on weekdays is 2:45 pm.
Colleen and Angie are long term island residents, our focus being Lummi Island real estate. As the island's only local realty office we specialize in the Lummi Island real estate market offering personal insight into island living. We endeavor to give you the best service possible!
with Michele Morrissey, L.M.P. Her predominant style is Lomi Lomi, a Hawaiian form of bodywork which is deep, yet gentle. She is also experienced in deep tissue, injury treatment, medical massage, Swedish, and relaxation massage.
We are a co-op of partners from the Pacific Northwest that are passionate about fishing. With a focus on innovation and improvement, we aim to share our enjoyment of the highest quality seafood with you.
The Lummi Island Congregational Church is for the community providing opportunities to experience a worship, fellowship, education, and service. We are a congregation of the United Church of Christ and we welcome everyone no matter where they are on life's journey.
We handcraft local flower essences and aromatherapy products, and Diana offers energy healing sessions by appointment. Tour the land and gardens, and sample our products. Hope to see you soon!
West Shore Marine is available for boat charter adventures in the San Juan Islands. Based on Lummi Island, we offer a variety of adventures including custom trips throughout the islands. Book today, you won’t be disappointed!
The school accommodates grades K-5 and has serves as many between 30 - 60 students in any one school year, delaying the inevitable commute off-island to neighboring Ferndale, Washington for middle and high school students.
Loganita relies on bio-intensive farming practices that foster healthy soils, conserve space, and require low energy input while maximizing yields. Maintaining the overall health of the Loganita farming ecosystem is gentle on the environment and is the secret to growing top quality produce.
The Lummi Island Fire Department (Whatcom County Fire District #11) has a proud history of service to our community. The men and women of the Lummi Island Fire Department are professional volunteers who strive to protect the community from fires, injuries, and other emergencies.
Heather Arvensis is a nationally certified massage therapist and member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). She specializes in Swedish, injury treatment, reflexology, relaxation and hot stone techniques intended to create a beautiful wellness experience tailored just for you.