28 – Nooksack River Dike Trail

We parked at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Public Access Area near the Nooksack River along the Slater Road, and hiked along the Nooksack River Dike Trail from Slater Road to Marine Drive – then back.

Bridge over Nooksack River - along Slater Road

Next we continued on to Tennant Lake and Hovander Homestead Park – and then back. Probably close to six miles of trail was covered. All were easy, flat, well-established trailbeds with only a few places submerged in water – not deep enough to deter us though.

Kent . . . along the trail to Hovander Homestead Park

 Here we are, along the bridge to Hovander Homestead Park.

Us . . . along the trail

And even more photos . . .

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