City of Lynden, WA
The terrain of Lynden's 2624 acres is primarily level, with some very gently sloped hills. Lynden's mild climate is very similar to that of Bellingham.
Lynden serves as the commercial center of a thriving dairy and food processing industry. Lynden's quality of life is enhanced by its beauty. The city retains the heritage of its Dutch settlers with its architecture, the Lynden Pioneer Museum, and small stores with Dutch arts and food specialties available. The Northwest Washington Fairgrounds are located here.
Lynden's agrarian lifestyle, pastoral setting and mild climate make it another outstanding Whatcom County community.