Cities and Towns of Northwest Washington
Birch Bay, a near neighbor to Blaine, Washington, is located approximately 100 miles north of Seattle, WA and 50 miles south of Vancouver, BC, Canada. Birch bay is a protected bay, nestled between Semiahmoo Bay and Lummi Bay. A waterfront community, Birch Bay is known for its clamming and crabbing. Warm weather in the summer allows for recreational swimming.
If you are looking for a place to stay in Birch Bay, links to the left will lead you to Birch Bay's extensive list of accommodations and dining to help guide your travels. This small town boasts a range of accommodations from cozy to outdoor. With many different bed and breakfasts, as well as, scenic campgrounds, finding the perfect place to stay will be an easy task.
Explore Birch Bay in more detail by clicking through the pages listed below and the links they provide to more detailed descriptions and presentations:
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