Cedars RV Resort
Surrounded by the natural beauty of the great Northwest and just a short drive south of the Canadian border, Cedars RV Resort is the ideal spot for an outdoor lover’s vacation. After you’ve tried the resort’s amenities, sightseeing, and the nearby saltwater beaches of the Strait of Georgia, there are also a casino, bingo hall, golf courses, and shopping to be enjoyed. Of special interest in neighboring Ferndale is the Hovander Homestead. Surrounded by a large park, the homestead features an interpretive center, milk house, children’s farm zoo, gardens, barn and house. The 1903 restored home is furnished with antiques, and the barn contains equipment from the era. To the south of the resort is Bellingham, with its splendid view of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains, the harbor in Bellingham Bay, and the 172 offshore San Juan Islands. The city is also the southern terminus of the Alaska Marine Highway, as well as a port for ferries to the islands and cruise ships bound for southeast Alaska.
Amenities This resort offers a country store, laundromat, heated outdoor swimming pool, playground, picnic area, horseshoes, and volleyball. Dump station.
More Info Also of interest are the sculptures by international and regional artists at the 2.5-acre Big Rock Gardens of Art. While you’re in the vicinity, take the scenic drive east into the picturesque Nooksack Valley to visit Mount Baker Vineyards in Deming. Located at the foot of Mount Baker, the vineyard produces grapes used in 21 specialty wines. Travel north of the resort to Blaine, a Drayton Harbor port of entry, located just south of the Canadian border and British Columbia. You’ll want to visit the Peace Arch State and Provincial Park, built in remembrance of more than a century of harmony between the United States and Canada. Whether you’re interested in sightseeing or shopping, you’ll certainly want to visit Vancouver, the crown jewel of western Canada. The natural beauty of the rugged peaks of the perpetually blue Coast Range Mountains and the sparkling Pacific waters surrounds the great port. Plan to spend some time in Chinatown, second only to San Francisco as the largest ethnic area of its kind in North America. Try one of the dozens of restaurants, browse through the elaborately carved and gilded gift shops, and be sure to stroll through the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, built in 1986 in honor of Vancouver’s 100th birthday.
- Open year-round
- High-Use Seasonal Period: May 15 through September 15
- Sites: 150 Full / 10 Partia / 125 Pull-Thrus
- Check in: Noon to 6 PM Check out: Noon
- Maximum Electrical: 50 amps
- Maximum RV Length: 45 ft.
- RV and tent sites only. Notes; Pets must be leashed at all times. Campfires permitted at designated sites. "