A short five minute ferry crossing on the Whatcom Chief will transport you<br>into a different world where time slows down and “island time” becomes the way. <br>Want to learn more about Lummi Island?
There are so many innovative and wonderful businesses and artists on our little island. The businesses on this page, provide services on or from Lummi Island. I encourage you to check them out.
These two signs greet you when you arrive on the Island. As well as the many signs across from the ferry dock as you exit the ferry area.
Welcome to the Island!
REC Retreats provides a sense of community and belonging; a playful and creative learning environment; encouragement for participants to think outside of the box and grow as individuals. REC Retreats offer themed workshops and retreats – participants register for an event based on their personal interests, and then, REC Retreats takes care of everything else! During your stay enjoy delicious meals, deluxe accommodations, and expert instruction for activities and projects. Visit REC Retreats website.
Lummi Island Realty
Lummi Island Realty LLC has a “by-appointment” office, located on Lummi Island. Angie and Colleen are Lummi Island residents, who work as a team, endeavoring to give you the best possible service, whether you are buying, or selling. As members of the Northwest Multiple Listing Service, they have access to comprehensive information on all island listings and can show you any property of interest. Visit the Lummi Island Realty website.
The Willows Inn
The Willows Inn on Lummi Island has welcomed guests for more than 100 years. Its main dining room has received international media attention and numerous accolades for its unique, prix-fixe menu, featuring ingredients from the nearby waters, forests, and their farm, Loganita. And head chef Blaine Wetzel has garnered many awards since arriving, and has published two books. Dinner is a must do but sometimes requires much advance planning. Breakfast and Lunch are served on the deck and available without reservation.
The Sauseburger Stand is run by some very friendly Islanders, and besides the food is the highlight of a visit here.
They serve gourmet burgers, sausages, fresh seafood, salads, chili, clam chowder and desserts. Their menu changes weekly and is varied, so has something for everyone.
Beach Store Cafe
The Beach Store Cafe has local owners Tess Winds-Johnson and Jason Brubaker. Tess and Jason are enthusiastic about teaming their many years experience in the restaurant and hospitality industry in a community they each hold very dear. “We have listened and will continue to listen. The menu will reflect the seasonal nature of our location, and we will be making decisions based upon what the community needs and wants.”