If you're looking for the ultimate Pacific Northwest experience, journey to beautiful, Birch Bay, Washington. An escapade is waiting for you just around the corner in this adventureland of nature. Snowcapped mountains, lush forests, blue lakes and the vast bay provide you with picturesque landscapes in almost every direction. Blaine, Vancouver, the San Juan Islands and Bellingham are all within your reach. There is also plenty to do nearby your WorldMark Birch Bay resort. Enjoy the pool and hot tub, get a massage from the licensed masseuse or wander down to Birch Bay State Park. Make sure you stop by the C Shop on your way and indulge in some ice cream and old-fashioned candy.
Proof of citizenship is required to enter Canada.
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MV Plover Passenger Ferry
Built in 1944, the historic MV Plover is the oldest passenger foot-ferry in Washington State. The ferry, which shuttles passengers back and forth between Blaine and the Semiahmoo Spit, operates Memorial Day through Labor Day.
White Rock, BC
Enjoy fine dining, breathtaking sunsets and sandy beaches at the enchanting village of White Rock, B.C., located just two miles north of the U.S. border. 12 mi.
Bellingham Railway Museum
The Bellingham Railway Museum is designed to educate the public about the history, heritage and operations of the railroads in Whatcom and Skagit counties. The museum features historical displays, artifacts, model railroad layouts and a railroad related play area.
April/May: Tulip Festival
Parking is limited at WorldMark Birch Bay and the resort is not able to accommodate the storage of boats, RVs and trailers. Please contact the Front Desk for options.
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- Cable TV
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
- Washing machine
- Panoramic view