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Getting There From the USA
Peace Arch State Park, Blaine, Washington
Download: Official Peace Arch State Park map
From USA: The Peace Arch International Park is located on Interstate 5, in the city of Blaine, twenty-one miles north of Bellingham, Washington at the US/Canadian border, in Blaine. Use north or southbound I-5 exit 276, Blaine City Center. Follow signs and head north on Second Street to the park entrance.
A Washington State Parks Discover Pass is required to park in the USA parking area. You may purchase a day pass for $10 or purchase an annual pass for $30 which is valid at all Washington State Parks at http://www.discoverpass.wa.gov/. Bus groups should call by June 1st, 2018, to arrange parking. Call 360-332-7165.
TRAVEL Tip: Saturday June 9th, is a FREE DAY ( no parking fees) at All Washington State Parks in honor of National Get Outdoors Day!
If you have a specific tourism related question please call the Blaine Visitor Information Center toll free at: 1-800-624-3555
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Peace Arch Provincial Park, Douglas, BC
Download: Official Peace Arch Provincial Park map.
From Canada: The Peace Arch International Park is located
30 miles south of Vancouver, British Columbia on Hwy 99, at the Douglas Border Crossing. Hwy 99 to Beach Avenue. The park entrance and parking area are located off of Beach Drive (behind the Peace Arch duty free store). Bus groups should call by June 1st, 2018, to arrange parking. Call 360-332-7165.
If you have a specific tourism related question please call the Peace Arch Visitor Information Center toll free at: 1-604-541-4555.
Getting There From Canada
Border Crossing Information
Passports are not required to visit Peace Arch International Park. However, photo ID is always recommended when visiting the international park.
For general border crossing information links are below. If you have specific questions about crossing the border and your visa or legal status please contact:
Visitors to the United States:
U.S. Customs & Border Protection 360.332.5771
Visitors to Canada:
Canada Border Services Agency 604.538.6400
Blaine, Washington, " the Peace Arch City" is an international destination of arts & culture. Visit the International Sculpture Exhibition at Peace Arch State Park. Ride the Plover Ferry from Blaine Harbor to Semiahmoo. Stop by the Maritime Museum. https://blainebythesea.com
BIRCH BAY, WA
There’s plenty more you can do in Birch Bay: Walk the beach, ride your bike, year-round golfing, wine tasting’s at local wineries, bird watching, great dining, Birch Bay Waterslides, miniature golf and train rides, and accommodations to fit every budget.
Home the Lynden Pioneer Museum. The best destination for those wishing to explore the history of the Pacific Northwest, The Lynden Pioneer Museum began in 1976 as an American Bicentennial Project. The museum centers around the Fred Polinder Buggy Collection, a collection of 49 unique horse drawn vehicles, the largest publicly displayed collection west of the Mississippi. Text courtesy the Lynden Chamber of Commerce.
Enjoy the great outdoors with the whole family in Surrey’s 6,000 acres of parks trails, gardens and beaches. Birders, whale watchers and nature lovers of all kinds enjoy the incredible access to wildlife you won’t find anywhere else in Canada. Of course, Surrey is also home to the comforts and conveniences of the big city for your whole family; check out our shopping districts, or perhaps enjoy a day of culture in one of our city’s fine art museums or heritage buildings – fun for children and adults alike.
White Rock, BC
The beach is White Rock's biggest draw whether it's for family picnics, sandcastle competitions or kayaking excursions. Natural West Coast Adventures launches kayaks from the far west shores of West Beach, and provides instruction and rentals for the novice to experienced paddler. The pier is equally fun. With its boardwalk striding into the water for some 46m/1500ft, it's a favourite spot for fishing, crabbing, swimming and enjoying the views of Mount Baker and the San Juan Islands in Washington State.