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Bellingham Washington Timeshare Vacation

Discussion in 'US - Western States Timesharing' started by Miss Marty, Jul 13, 2019.

  1. Miss Marty

    Miss Marty TUG Member

    Jun 6, 2005
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    Looking for suggestions on timeshares in Bellingham
    the county seat and most populous city of Whatcom
    County in the United States - State of Washington

    Bellingham is in between two major metropolitan areas,
    Seattle Washington and Vancouver, British Columbia.

    What is the possibility of getting Summer 2020
    with RCI How many tpu`s does it take to get a
    studio or one bedroom at a WorldMark Resort?

    Suggestions for
    Golfing in Bellingham
    Lake Padden Golf Course
    North Bellingham Golf Course
    Shuksan Golf Club
    Sudden Valley Golf Course

    Official Washington State Visitors' Guide
  2. sue1947

    sue1947 TUG Member

    Feb 23, 2009
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    Worldmark and VI
    The timeshares are north at Birch Bay (WM or Raintree), Lynden (VI) or NE at Glacier on the Mt Baker Highway. Snowater, at Glacier, is your most likely match and is about 45 mi-1 hour from Bellingham. The summer there would be lovely with the option of hikes on the many trails around Mt Baker. There are a couple of may weeks out there now which is low season and should be a low TPU number. WM tends to deposit off season weeks so that will be your most difficult trade. If you want the WM, you might want to try a direct exchange or rent from an owner.

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  3. learnalot

    learnalot TUG Member

    Jun 24, 2010
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    Just to expand a bit on Sue's great information, Birch Bay and Lynden are both about 25-30 minutes north of Bellingham: Birch Bay to the NW and Lynden to the NE.

    Lake Padden is a good municipal course. DH likes it. He also likes Sudden Valley. If you are in Birch Bay, you would be close to two other excellent courses: Loomis Trail and the Semiahmoo Resort course.
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