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58 Apartments for rent in Ferndale, WA

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Check out 58 verified apartments for rent in Ferndale, WA with rents starting as low as $850. Some apartments for rent in Ferndale might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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5084 LaBounty - 5084LA
5084 Labounty Rd
Ferndale, WA
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
800 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
5084 LaBounty - 5084LA Available 01/04/21 2 Bed, 3/4 Bath Duplex in Ferndale - 5084 LaBounty Drive - Available Beginning of January - 2 Bedroom, ¾ Bath 800 square foot unit in quiet duplex.
1 Unit Available
2075 Bakerscape Ct
2075 Bakerscape Ct
Ferndale, WA
1 Bedroom
$850
900 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:35 AM
This is a one bedroom unit in the lower level of a beautiful, modern home. It does not have a kitchen.
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1 Unit Available
3331 Northwest Ave. #6
3331 Northwest Avenue
Bellingham, WA | Birchwoods
1 Bedroom
$975
450 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:23 AM
Large studio sized one bedroom with bonus storage closet Garden walk up apartment complex. Month to month lease offered. Pets less than 25 lbs with $300 non-refundable pet fee per animal. Water, sewer and garbage included.
1 Unit Available
3432 Northwest Ave. #101
3432 Northwest Avenue
Bellingham, WA | Birchwoods
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
800 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:23 AM
Two bedroom near shopping, bus lines, WCC and BTC. Ground floor unit with natural light from three sides. Garden walk up apartment complex situated right across from Shuksan Middle School. Two houses buffer the complex from Northwest Ave.
1 Unit Available
569 W Kellogg Rd
569 West Kellogg Road
Bellingham, WA | Guide Meridian
2 Bedrooms
$1,575
1265 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
569 W Kellogg Rd Available 12/16/20 569 Kellogg Rd - 2 bed, 2 bath upper unit condo close to Whatcom Community College. This condo features a 1 car attached garage, long driveway, washer/dryer in unit, and gas heat. Sorry, no students/pets/smoking.
1 Unit Available
4230 Wintergreen Cir
4230 Wintergreen Circle
Bellingham, WA | Guide Meridian
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
850 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
$200 off first month rent! Lovely End Unit Town Home - This end unit townhome looks out to beautiful open space in the back and a huge grassy area to the side.
1 Unit Available
251 W. Bakerview Road, A106
251 West Bakerview Road
Bellingham, WA | Meridian
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
922 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
2 Bedroom, 2 Full Bath Condominium at Centre Pointe - Upgraded Condominium at Centre Pointe! Conveniently located near shopping, restaurants and easy access to I-5! Ground floor corner unit features new paint, vinyl plank flooring throughout, 9 ft
1 Unit Available
5692 Northwest Drive #3
5692 Northwest Drive
Whatcom County, WA
2 Bedrooms
$1,025
684 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
5692 Northwest Drive #3 Available 12/16/20 5692 Northwest Dr. #3 - 2 bedroom, 1 bath manufactured home with large yard. This home features washer/dryer hook-ups, septic system, and electric heat.
1 Unit Available
2908 W Indiana St
2908 West Indiana Street
Bellingham, WA | Birchwoods
4 Bedrooms
$2,250
1665 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:07 AM
Newly built bright & sunny 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1665 sq. ft. two story home in the Birchwood neighborhood, near Bellingham Technical College.
1 Unit Available
3449 REDWOOD AVE UNIT #8
3449 Redwood Avenue
Marietta-Alderwood, WA
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
940 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
2 Bedroom Townhome with Great North Bellingham Location - This wonderful 2 story townhome has been tastefully updated including designer paint scheme! The property has a gated entry, large covered private back porch, tile floors, washer, dryer, &
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Barkley Apartments
3126 Racine St
Bellingham, WA | Mount Baker
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,200
583 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,620
888 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:34 AM
Barkley Apartments is conveniently located in the heart of Bellingham, you are minutes away from local amenities with easy access to the outdoors.
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Padden Creek
1900 18th St
Bellingham, WA | South Bellingham
1 Bedroom
$1,250
667 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
932 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1128 sqft
Last updated May 10 at 10:41 PM
With premium finishes and wide-open spaces, each floor plan from Padden Creek Apartments brings you unparalleled luxury without sacrificing on comfort. Bellingham hotspots infuse Padden Creek Apartments with vibrant energy.
1 Unit Available
1133 14th Street #1
1133 14th Street
Bellingham, WA | Happy Valley
Studio
$895
300 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 05:22 AM
Video tour link here: https://youtu.be/adHZR3I4teQ Great space with built-in desk and storage close to WWU, the busline, walkable to downtown Fairhaven, and close to Boulevard Park.
1 Unit Available
1310 Telegraph Road, Apt. #101
1310 Telegraph Rd
Bellingham, WA
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1195 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:22 AM
Discover what it feels like to love where you live at the brand new Cedar Grove Apartments! Currently under construction, the 54-unit building (parallel to Telegraph Road) will be available in early February 2021, and the 47-unit building (parallel
1 Unit Available
970 Lincoln - 101
970 Lincoln Street
Bellingham, WA | Puget
Studio
$1,000
429 sqft
1 Bedroom
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Last updated December 4 at 05:22 AM
Stainless steel appliances Dishwasher Microwave Garbage disposal Private back patio Washer and Dryer in unit Cement floors throughout Rent is for 1 person, add an extra $40 for a second tenant The complex is located near I-5, the WWU park N ride,
1 Unit Available
1709 30th Street
1709 30th Street
Bellingham, WA | Happy Valley
6 Bedrooms
$3,800
2600 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Amazing Home with lots of Extras ***Ask about Move-In Specials*** - https://www.zillow.
1 Unit Available
606 Gladstone Street
606 Gladstone Street
Bellingham, WA | York
4 Bedrooms
$2,400
1826 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
606 Gladstone Street - This quaint home in the York neighborhood is close to shopping, bus lines, and WWU. It features four bedrooms and one bath on the main floor and another bedroom downstairs with a bath.
1 Unit Available
612 Northshore Drive
612 Northshore Dr
Bellingham, WA | Silver Beach
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1350 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Soak up all of Bellingham's natural beauty on the shores of Lake Whatcom! You get the best of both worlds with this wonderful 3 bedroom 2 bath waterfront condo that is only five minutes from downtown Bellingham.
1 Unit Available
2214 Dean Ave
2214 Dean Avenue
Bellingham, WA | Sunnyland
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
1050 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
DUPLEX Available Now- 2 Bedroom, 1 bath With Carport in downtown Bellingham - Located on Dean St just off of Cornwall in Bellingham. Nice quiet street close to all downtown amenities. 2 bedroom, 1 bath single level duplex unit.
1 Unit Available
2223 Lincoln street
2223 Lincoln Street
Bellingham, WA | Sunnyland
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
750 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
2 bedroom - electricity included - Property Id: 418786 This unit is conveniently located within blocks of trader Joe's, avenue bread, kulshan, coconut Jenny's, stemma, the interurban trail and so much more! 2 bedroom 1 bath basement apartment with
1 Unit Available
1231 Chuckanut Drive
1231 Chuckanut Drive
Whatcom County, WA
4 Bedrooms
$7,500
4200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Waterfront Panoramic View Of San Juans And Huge Gourmet Kitchen Your private oasis away from it all. Come enjoy this Zen-like home with natural waterfall and panoramic views of the San Juan Islands and Chuckanut Bay.
1 Unit Available
4108 Kramer Lane
4108 Kramer Lane
Bellingham, WA | Mount Baker
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1403 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
4108 Kramer Lane Available 01/01/21 Available early December! Beautiful 3 bed, 2 bath home! - Beautiful 1,403 square foot, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in a great Bellingham neighborhood.
1 Unit Available
2132 Birch Circle
2132 Birch Circle
Bellingham, WA | Alabama Hill
5 Bedrooms
$2,800
2000 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
5 Bed 3.
1 Unit Available
511 York Street
511 York St
Bellingham, WA | Sunnyland
7 Bedrooms
$2,495
2400 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Brand New 7 Bedroom 3 Bath unit!!! - Brand New Construction! 7 Bedroom, 3 Full Bathroom, 2,400 sqft. 1 Bonus room and 1 office! Kitchen fully equipped with refrigerator, stove/oven, dishwasher and microwave.
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How much is rent in Ferndale?
Apartment Rentals in Ferndale start at $850/month.
How much is rent in Ferndale?
Apartment Rentals in Ferndale start at $850/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Ferndale?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Ferndale?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Ferndale properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Ferndale properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Ferndale. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Skagit Valley College, and Western Washington University.
How can I find off-campus housing in Ferndale?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Ferndale. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Skagit Valley College, and Western Washington University.

City Guide

Ferndale
Ferndale used to be known as Jam because the town was located next to a log jam on the Nooksack River, but the town's school teacher took it upon herself to give the town a more "picturesque" name. She was reported to have been inspired by the ferns that grew next to the original schoolhouse.
Ferndale used to be known as Jam because the town was located next to a log jam on the Nooksack River, but the town's school teacher took it upon herself to give the town a more "picturesque" name. She was reported to have been inspired by the ferns that grew next to the original schoolhouse.

Ferndale is situated between the Pacific Ocean and Cascade Mountains -- so you know it isn't ugly. The area has a moderate climate, and the average rainfall is about 34 inches. This coastal city was settled in 1872 and incorporated on March 19, 1907, and today it covers a little less than seven miles, so you can run from end-to-end pretty darn quick, if you like. If you prefer wheeled transportation, Interstate 5 is where you'll want to be -- it is the only main highway that serves the area. However, if you want an international adventure, Ferndale is situated just 13 miles from the Canadian border. According to the most recent census, the city has a population of nearly 12,000 people.

Moving to Ferndale

Despite being a smaller city, there are a variety of places to rent in Ferndale. Condo rentals, rental apartments, and townhouses for rent are easily located with an online search, or you can kick it old school and check out the local newspaper. Also, if you're in the process of moving to the area, make sure your identification documents and Social Security card are on hand, instead of tucked away in a box somewhere. Potential landlords will need access to these documents for a credit check and identity verification. Also, new residents may want to avoid moving into the area during the colder months. The weather can be bitterly cold, and frozen fingers make it hard to move all your stuff out of your moving truck.

Moving to Ferndale
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Despite being a smaller city, there are a variety of places to rent in Ferndale. Condo rentals, rental apartments, and townhouses for rent are easily located with an online search, or you can kick it old school and check out the local newspaper. Also, if you're in the process of moving to the area, make sure your identification documents and Social Security card are on hand, instead of tucked away in a box somewhere. Potential landlords will need access to these documents for a credit check and identity verification. Also, new residents may want to avoid moving into the area during the colder months. The weather can be bitterly cold, and frozen fingers make it hard to move all your stuff out of your moving truck.

Neighborhoods in Ferndale

Ferndale may not be the biggest place, but it does boast three primary neighborhoods:

Mountain View: Mountain View is located to the left of City Center and is the closest neighborhood to the coast. It's a mainly suburban area, with owner-occupied housing, although some rental housing is available.

Laurel: Laurel is located to the right of City Center. It's also filled with a lot of owner-occupied housing, but you can find some homes for rent here.

City Center: City Center is sandwiched between the other two neighborhoods. This is the most bustling area of the city, and it's also where you'll have the best chance of finding rental housing.

Neighborhoods in Ferndale
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Ferndale may not be the biggest place, but it does boast three primary neighborhoods:

Mountain View: Mountain View is located to the left of City Center and is the closest neighborhood to the coast. It's a mainly suburban area, with owner-occupied housing, although some rental housing is available.

Laurel: Laurel is located to the right of City Center. It's also filled with a lot of owner-occupied housing, but you can find some homes for rent here.

City Center: City Center is sandwiched between the other two neighborhoods. This is the most bustling area of the city, and it's also where you'll have the best chance of finding rental housing.

Living in Ferndale

Ferndale is nestled on the banks of the Nooksack River. Like many small coastal cities, life is framed around outdoor activities and events. Boating and fishing are popular pastimes for visitors and local residents. There are also various festivals and events held throughout the year.

Some of the biggest outdoor activities are held during the last weekend of July. The community kicks the weekend off with the Old Settlers Picnic, followed by the 5k race and then the Grand Parade. Enjoy meeting your neighbors and those from neighboring towns at this shindig.

Another event where you can mingle and soak in the awesomeness of Ferndale takes place in August. Attendees of the Mud to Suds race are encouraged to dress up for the event, and prizes are given to participants with the most creative costumes. Onlookers cheer race participants on as they struggle to make it to the finish line while navigating a pit of mud. Don't worry about mucking up the floors of your new home when you get back; firemen are on standby with fire hoses to wash the racers off at the finish line. Massages, food, and beverages are all available during the exciting and messy race.

There are also a large number of walking trails, private parks and public recreation areas in the vicinity. This is surprising because the city isn't very large, but every spare square acre seems to hold a wealth of outdoor adventures.

There's also a large number of restaurants and eateries in the area, with seafood being the fare of choice. Residents and visitors will enjoy the flavorful mixture of foreign cuisine and local fare that is available in this tiny coastal town, from Cedar's Restaurant and Lounge to Curry House.

Public transportation is available, but many locations are within walking distance of most major areas, so you can skip the bus. Cars are common for times when you want to go a little further than your legs will take you.

Ferndale is a wonderful place to find outdoor adventure and small-town living in the northern United States. The area is well-known for its beauty and charm, and the small-town feel that is cultivated by local residents and establishments.

Living in Ferndale
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Ferndale is nestled on the banks of the Nooksack River. Like many small coastal cities, life is framed around outdoor activities and events. Boating and fishing are popular pastimes for visitors and local residents. There are also various festivals and events held throughout the year.

Some of the biggest outdoor activities are held during the last weekend of July. The community kicks the weekend off with the Old Settlers Picnic, followed by the 5k race and then the Grand Parade. Enjoy meeting your neighbors and those from neighboring towns at this shindig.

Another event where you can mingle and soak in the awesomeness of Ferndale takes place in August. Attendees of the Mud to Suds race are encouraged to dress up for the event, and prizes are given to participants with the most creative costumes. Onlookers cheer race participants on as they struggle to make it to the finish line while navigating a pit of mud. Don't worry about mucking up the floors of your new home when you get back; firemen are on standby with fire hoses to wash the racers off at the finish line. Massages, food, and beverages are all available during the exciting and messy race.

There are also a large number of walking trails, private parks and public recreation areas in the vicinity. This is surprising because the city isn't very large, but every spare square acre seems to hold a wealth of outdoor adventures.

There's also a large number of restaurants and eateries in the area, with seafood being the fare of choice. Residents and visitors will enjoy the flavorful mixture of foreign cuisine and local fare that is available in this tiny coastal town, from Cedar's Restaurant and Lounge to Curry House.

Public transportation is available, but many locations are within walking distance of most major areas, so you can skip the bus. Cars are common for times when you want to go a little further than your legs will take you.

Ferndale is a wonderful place to find outdoor adventure and small-town living in the northern United States. The area is well-known for its beauty and charm, and the small-town feel that is cultivated by local residents and establishments.

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City Guide

Ferndale
Ferndale used to be known as Jam because the town was located next to a log jam on the Nooksack River, but the town's school teacher took it upon herself to give the town a more "picturesque" name. She was reported to have been inspired by the ferns that grew next to the original schoolhouse.
Ferndale used to be known as Jam because the town was located next to a log jam on the Nooksack River, but the town's school teacher took it upon herself to give the town a more "picturesque" name. She was reported to have been inspired by the ferns that grew next to the original schoolhouse.

Ferndale is situated between the Pacific Ocean and Cascade Mountains -- so you know it isn't ugly. The area has a moderate climate, and the average rainfall is about 34 inches. This coastal city was settled in 1872 and incorporated on March 19, 1907, and today it covers a little less than seven miles, so you can run from end-to-end pretty darn quick, if you like. If you prefer wheeled transportation, Interstate 5 is where you'll want to be -- it is the only main highway that serves the area. However, if you want an international adventure, Ferndale is situated just 13 miles from the Canadian border. According to the most recent census, the city has a population of nearly 12,000 people.

Moving to Ferndale

Despite being a smaller city, there are a variety of places to rent in Ferndale. Condo rentals, rental apartments, and townhouses for rent are easily located with an online search, or you can kick it old school and check out the local newspaper. Also, if you're in the process of moving to the area, make sure your identification documents and Social Security card are on hand, instead of tucked away in a box somewhere. Potential landlords will need access to these documents for a credit check and identity verification. Also, new residents may want to avoid moving into the area during the colder months. The weather can be bitterly cold, and frozen fingers make it hard to move all your stuff out of your moving truck.

Moving to Ferndale
+

Despite being a smaller city, there are a variety of places to rent in Ferndale. Condo rentals, rental apartments, and townhouses for rent are easily located with an online search, or you can kick it old school and check out the local newspaper. Also, if you're in the process of moving to the area, make sure your identification documents and Social Security card are on hand, instead of tucked away in a box somewhere. Potential landlords will need access to these documents for a credit check and identity verification. Also, new residents may want to avoid moving into the area during the colder months. The weather can be bitterly cold, and frozen fingers make it hard to move all your stuff out of your moving truck.

Neighborhoods in Ferndale

Ferndale may not be the biggest place, but it does boast three primary neighborhoods:

Mountain View: Mountain View is located to the left of City Center and is the closest neighborhood to the coast. It's a mainly suburban area, with owner-occupied housing, although some rental housing is available.

Laurel: Laurel is located to the right of City Center. It's also filled with a lot of owner-occupied housing, but you can find some homes for rent here.

City Center: City Center is sandwiched between the other two neighborhoods. This is the most bustling area of the city, and it's also where you'll have the best chance of finding rental housing.

Neighborhoods in Ferndale
+

Ferndale may not be the biggest place, but it does boast three primary neighborhoods:

Mountain View: Mountain View is located to the left of City Center and is the closest neighborhood to the coast. It's a mainly suburban area, with owner-occupied housing, although some rental housing is available.

Laurel: Laurel is located to the right of City Center. It's also filled with a lot of owner-occupied housing, but you can find some homes for rent here.

City Center: City Center is sandwiched between the other two neighborhoods. This is the most bustling area of the city, and it's also where you'll have the best chance of finding rental housing.

Living in Ferndale

Ferndale is nestled on the banks of the Nooksack River. Like many small coastal cities, life is framed around outdoor activities and events. Boating and fishing are popular pastimes for visitors and local residents. There are also various festivals and events held throughout the year.

Some of the biggest outdoor activities are held during the last weekend of July. The community kicks the weekend off with the Old Settlers Picnic, followed by the 5k race and then the Grand Parade. Enjoy meeting your neighbors and those from neighboring towns at this shindig.

Another event where you can mingle and soak in the awesomeness of Ferndale takes place in August. Attendees of the Mud to Suds race are encouraged to dress up for the event, and prizes are given to participants with the most creative costumes. Onlookers cheer race participants on as they struggle to make it to the finish line while navigating a pit of mud. Don't worry about mucking up the floors of your new home when you get back; firemen are on standby with fire hoses to wash the racers off at the finish line. Massages, food, and beverages are all available during the exciting and messy race.

There are also a large number of walking trails, private parks and public recreation areas in the vicinity. This is surprising because the city isn't very large, but every spare square acre seems to hold a wealth of outdoor adventures.

There's also a large number of restaurants and eateries in the area, with seafood being the fare of choice. Residents and visitors will enjoy the flavorful mixture of foreign cuisine and local fare that is available in this tiny coastal town, from Cedar's Restaurant and Lounge to Curry House.

Public transportation is available, but many locations are within walking distance of most major areas, so you can skip the bus. Cars are common for times when you want to go a little further than your legs will take you.

Ferndale is a wonderful place to find outdoor adventure and small-town living in the northern United States. The area is well-known for its beauty and charm, and the small-town feel that is cultivated by local residents and establishments.

Living in Ferndale
+

Ferndale is nestled on the banks of the Nooksack River. Like many small coastal cities, life is framed around outdoor activities and events. Boating and fishing are popular pastimes for visitors and local residents. There are also various festivals and events held throughout the year.

Some of the biggest outdoor activities are held during the last weekend of July. The community kicks the weekend off with the Old Settlers Picnic, followed by the 5k race and then the Grand Parade. Enjoy meeting your neighbors and those from neighboring towns at this shindig.

Another event where you can mingle and soak in the awesomeness of Ferndale takes place in August. Attendees of the Mud to Suds race are encouraged to dress up for the event, and prizes are given to participants with the most creative costumes. Onlookers cheer race participants on as they struggle to make it to the finish line while navigating a pit of mud. Don't worry about mucking up the floors of your new home when you get back; firemen are on standby with fire hoses to wash the racers off at the finish line. Massages, food, and beverages are all available during the exciting and messy race.

There are also a large number of walking trails, private parks and public recreation areas in the vicinity. This is surprising because the city isn't very large, but every spare square acre seems to hold a wealth of outdoor adventures.

There's also a large number of restaurants and eateries in the area, with seafood being the fare of choice. Residents and visitors will enjoy the flavorful mixture of foreign cuisine and local fare that is available in this tiny coastal town, from Cedar's Restaurant and Lounge to Curry House.

Public transportation is available, but many locations are within walking distance of most major areas, so you can skip the bus. Cars are common for times when you want to go a little further than your legs will take you.

Ferndale is a wonderful place to find outdoor adventure and small-town living in the northern United States. The area is well-known for its beauty and charm, and the small-town feel that is cultivated by local residents and establishments.