About Lummi

Lummi Island, a true secret of the San Juans, is a tranquil and friendly community accessed by the "Whatcom Chief," a small, twenty-car ferry that makes the eight minute crossing to the mainland daily from early morning to midnight. Lummi Island is the ACCESSIBLE San Juan Island. The mainland ferry dock is less than two hours from the cosmopolitan cities of Vancouver, British Columbia and Seattle, and is only about twenty-five minutes from Bellingham, a small, waterfront city very reminiscent of a "mini-San Francisco."

Lummi Island is a mostly rural residential area with around 700 year-round residents. On the island are a few community facilities: a store, church, elementary school, ferry dock, post office, fire hall, and cafe.

The pristine beauty of sea and mountains blends with our temperate, year- round climate to make Lummi Island the perfect place to create memories for a lifetime.

 

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