Join WPRF and Rae Edwards, Volunteer Coordinator for City of Bellingham Parks and Recreation Department for a guided walk through one of Bellingham’s ‘park gems.’ Hear the story of the development of the park, find out more about the flora and fauna, and leave with at greater appreciation for this treasure of open space hidden right in the middle of Bellingham.
Maximum 25 guests. Please RSVP by Monday, June 29. Please see link below to register.
Parking at Big Rock Garden Park is limited and reserved for disabled parking only during this event. We encourage guests to park at Silver Beach Elementary School and follow the signs along a short ( approx. 0.25 mile) trail to the park entrance. Sorry, no dogs are allowed in Big Rock Garden Park.
Nestled in a grove of evergreens above Lake Whatcom , Big Rock Garden Park showcases original sculptures in a 2.5 acre garden. Meandering paths wander through the peaceful landscape of Big Rock Garden Park, where nature and art complement each other.
The Park boasts over 37 permanent works by distinguished international and local artists. A striking geometrical sculpture by renowned Mexican artist Sebastian and rarely seen pieces by Canadian artist David Marshall highlight the diversity. Each May the Friends of Big Rock Garden Park and the Bellingham Parks & Recreation Department sponsor a Mother’s Day Celebration with a focus on the garden and the opening of a new seasonal sculpture show.
Reserve your spot now!