Woodstock Farm

​Located on the scenic Chuckanut byway you will find this 16 acre park nestled in a bluff with panoramic views of Bellingham Bay. Woodstock Farm connects 23 acres of public land around Chuckanut Mountain and Teddy Bear Cove. The park features a rich marine shoreline with unique set of island views, historic Craftsman era buildings, mature landscape and diverse local wildlife. 

January 2023: The City of Bellingham Parks and Recreation Department is seeking organizations or individuals to manage, program, or operate all or part of Woodstock Farm, as a public special use site. Applications are due March 1, 2023.

Woodstock Request for Information (RFI) 2023



Park hours are from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.

Parking is limited on-site so park visitors are encouraged to bike or walk to the park.  Map (PDF)


1200 Chuckanut Drive
Bellingham, WA 


Woodstock Farm was acquired by the  City of Bellingham in 2004 from the heirs of Raymond and Gladys Lee by the 1997 Greenway property tax levy. Visit Woodstock Farm History to learn more about Woodstock Farm, see a historic map and learn about planning for the site.  

Facility Rentals

Woodstock Farm can be rented for your weddings, family gatherings, retreats, fundraisers and more. Visit Woodstock Farm Facility Rental for more information and availability. 


​Parks and Recreation Department