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Birch Bay State Park, Birch Bay

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State Park Nature / Park
Birch Bay State Park is a 194acre Washington state park located south of Blaine in Whatcom County. The park has of saltwater shoreline on Birch Bay and of freshwater shoreline along Terrell Creek. Recreational opportunities include camping, picnicking, fishing, hiking, crabbing, clamming, and boating.
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TripAdvisor
  • This was our first time camping at Birch Bay. The campground itself is lovely; lots of old growth trees, very large campsites, and decently spaced from each other. Not tons of privacy, but I wouldn't ...  more »
  • I went there today and saw a unicorn. I can't believe it. Go and see. You won't beleive it. They are very friendly.  more »
  • This area is extremely beautiful. If you enjoy the ocean and beach you will love this quaint park and beach area. Very close by is Birch Bay which offers up restaurants, pubs, souvenir shops and also ...  more »
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  • The view is soooo beautiful with the sun sparkling on the water and feeding the seagulls is fun. When the tide is out, one can walk out a very long way before being past knee deep. Dog and family friendly : ). I love coming here to sit and just be.
  • My husband and I love to take our dogs for walks at Birch Bay State park, it's a wonderful place, and it is practically in our back yard, so to speak. We have had great encounters with park rangers and park hosts, they are always friendly and welcoming. The park is always kept clean and tidy. This is my place to go when I need to regroup and feel one with nature.
  • Nice park, beautiful scenery. Spots with hook-ups are very tight. You better like your neighbor.
  • Nothing like the serenity of looking out across the water, hearing the waves and seagulls. Love the beach and surrounding areas... Best state park ever!
  • A beautiful park full of healthy trees. The views are lovely and it's easy to get to.