Fun & Games

Indoor Fun & Games

Best Buds Gaming Lounge: Our all-ages lounge features food, cocktails, craft beer, cider, wine, 900mbps fiber internet, local/regional tournaments, community gaming events, and our growing library of 2,200+ console video games across 27 consoles, starting with the Atari/original Nintendo leading up to the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. 18+ after 7 pm!

20th Century Bowl:

NEKO: A Cat Cafe: NEKO Bellingham creates a unique and fun space for cat lovers. Humans can enjoy oodles of drinks and light nibbles, all in the company of adoptable kitties!

Ruckus Room Arcade and Fun Center: The Ruckus Room is an all-ages arcade and fun center in downtown Bellingham, WA! We offer pinball, arcade games, ticket games, snacks, and cold beers. Come have some fun with us!

Reset Games: We are a local, independent video game shop and arcade. We also sell art books, vinyl records, statues, toys, and more, with pinball machines and arcade games next door at Reset Games Arcade Edition! A little bit of everything video games.

Park Bowl / Splitz Grille: Bowling alley and arcade

Cosmic Games: We buy, sell, and trade a variety of games and gaming materials, including Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon TCG, video games, disc golf, tabletop roleplaying game books and accessories, and much more

Dark Tower Games: The local game store here in Bellingham, WA. We are the spot for all things nerdy, Tabletop, D&D, Magic the gathering, and more!

Outdoor Fun & Games

Mossy Roc Disc Golf:  Private disc course installed, maintained, and operated by the many volunteers of the Whatcom Disc Golf Club under a land stewardship agreement with the property owner the Sudden Valley Community Association.

Cornwall Park:The 9-hole disc golf course at Cornwall Park in Bellingham, Washington, is surrounded by towering Douglas–firs and western red cedar trees. Cornwall Park is one of the few disc golf courses left in Whatcom County and it has become the most active. Some players are attracted to Cornwall because of its easy-to-access location in Bellingham. At this course, players also have the challenge of playing through and around trees.

Vanderyacht Park: The other known course in Whatcom County is VanderYacht Park in Ferndale, just north of Bellingham. This course is set up alongside the Nooksack River and has many open spaces. The target-baskets are far more spread out, with minimal obstacles in the way.

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