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Birch Bay Washington Is Northwest Washington's Seaside PlaygroundBirch Bay WA - Fun  On The Beach In Birch Bay Washington

The City of Birch Bay WA has long been a favorite seaside getaway for northwest families for generations. The wide crescent shaped bay along the waterfront and Birch Bay Waterslides attract thousands of seasonal visitors wanting to be by the sea shore. Accommodations vary from quaint area motels, condos, to rustic camping and powered RV campsites in Birch Bay State Park.   

Birch Bay Washington State Park offers camping, hiking trails, fishing, crabbing, clamming, and wildlife viewing. Camp sights are first-come first-served part of the year but in the busy season during the summer months campsites can be reserved via the Washington State's park system website. There are powered and non-powered sites that can accommodate large trailers and motorhomes.  

Birch Bay Waterslides - The wettest and wildest waterslide park in Northwest Washington is a perennial favorite and major attraction to this seaside resort town. The park features 4 giant slides including 6-story water speed.(2013 Admission to the Birch Bay Water Park is $12.95 for children ages 3-5 and $19.95 for ages 6 & up - Open Seasonally). Located at 4874 Birch Bay Lynden Road - Phone: (360) 371-7500

Birch Bay Washington is as popular today as ever with new condominiums and homes continuing to pop up everywhere you look along Birch Bay's waterfront. There are also a number of new Birch Bay developments inland offering exciting new homes with appealing floor plan.     Birch Bay Zip Code : 98230  

Sunning On The Beach In Birch Bay State Park 
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Fortunately, the most beautiful stretches of Birch Bay's waterfront property are preserved by being part of the Birch Bay State Park and will never be developed. You can walk along the beach enjoying the ocean air, watch bald eagles soaring overhead and  enjoy fabulous views of Puget sound and Vancouver Island.  

 There are convenient pay stations with drop boxes positioned in each parking and picnic area. Day use fee is $10 per day.



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Picnic Area Campground Loop Birch Bay State Park Private Campsite With Picnic Table And Fire Ring Nature Trail In Campgrounds
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Campsite Information
Canadian Checks must be written in U.S. Funds.
Dump Station usage is included with your camping fee
Saving of campsites for others is prohibited
Campers do not need to pay to use day use area
Check-out time 1:00 pm
Dogs must be on a lease at all times and must not annoy other park guests at any time.
All campers must register within 1/2 hour upon arrival
Extra vehicles must also be registered and paid for

Enjoying A Camp fire Birch Bay & Birch Bay Village

Traveling north through the Birch Bay State Park you then enter the small village of Birch bay itself where you will find seaside restaurants, shops, and small B&B's. Near the middle of town there is a small liquor store in the same complex as the Shores Restaurant and further down the waterfront and one block east on Birch Bay Lynden Rd. is the popular waterslide park.

Continuing to the north side of the bay is the gated marina and golf course community of Birch Bay village offering waterfront cottages and residences.

  While In Birch Bay Visit Nearby Blaine Washington - America's Peace Arch City

Just a short 7 miles north of Birch Bay is Blaine Wa.  Blaine was once home to one of the world's largest salmon canneries processing and packing salmon under many brand names. Today the site of the cannery is the upscale waterfront resort golf community of Semiahmoo. 

Blaine Wa is best known for its beautiful waterfront and marina as well as the Peace Arch Park and border crossing into British Columbia Canada. Blaine Wa is also a popular destination for Canadian shoppers who "Pop" over the border to fill up their car's gas tank and stock up on Milk, Cheese, Eggs, and other everyday household products. 



Directions To Birch Bay

Birch Bay Washington is 20 miles north of Bellingham and approximately 101 miles north of Seattle via Interstate 5 freeway.

For Canadians traveling through the Peach Arch Border crossing, Birch Bay is about 42 miles south of Vancouver British Columbia via the Douglas Border Crossing, 7 miles south of Blaine. Once on I-5 follow the signs to Birch Bay/Lynden road and travel west.

Birch Bay Washington is also famous for its annual Polar Bear Plunge event where crowds of people go into the freezing cold water of Birch Bay to welcome in the new year and freeze your tail off. The Polar Bear Plunge tends to make national news each year and is probably best enjoyed as a spectator.

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Birch Bay Attractions
Miniature World Family Fun Center
Ride a mini-train through a 10 acre mini-forest, Ride go-carts, or Try a round of mini-golf - Open Seasionally
Shores Restaurant & Bar
Fish n chips / Prime Rib
Open Breakfast /Lunch
/ Dinner
The Market Is Birch Bay's newest and largest grocery store located in the newly refurbished Birch Bay Square center. Birch Bay State Park is an excellent play to camp in both powered and non powered campsites
Miniature World
4620 Birch Bay Lynden Road
Blaine, Wa  98230
(360) 371-7700
Shores Restaurant and Bar
7848 Birch Bay Drive
Blaine, Wa 98230-9656
(360) 371-3464
The Market At Birch Bay
8135 Birch Bay Square St
Blaine, Wa 98230
(360) 366-0330
Birch Bay State Park
5105 Helweg Road
Blaine, Wa 98230
147 Standard Campsites
20 Water & Electric Sites
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