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WorldMark Birch Bay Exterior When you make the trip to the area around Blaine, you'll be surrounded by unparalleled beauty. Ideal for families traveling with children and couples seeking to spend some quality time alone together, this popular destination offers just about everything you can imagine. There are biking and hiking trails galore, two championship golf courses, and Birch Bay for scuba diving and sea kayaking. You can also go skiing in the winter at majestic Mt. Baker.
Bellingham Railway MuseumBellingham Railway Museum
Fans of trains and train history will feel right at home at this display-rich museum. Exhibits include a collection of pre- and post-World War II Lionel, Marx, and Ives trains, models of antique logging equipment, and railroad lanterns from the 19th century.
1320 Commercial Street,
Bellingham, WA

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Birch Bay State ParkBirch Bay State Park
This scenic 194-acre state park features a long shoreline along saltwater Birch Bay and an even longer shoreline on freshwater Terrell Creek. Enjoy a multitude of, hiking, and fishing options along with great views of the Cascade Mountains.
5105 Helweg Road,
Blaine, WA

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Birch Bay WaterslidesBirch Bay Waterslides
Wet and wild fun is the order of the day at this popular Northern Washington amusement park. Along with the original four regular slides and landing pool, you'll encounter the amazing Black Tower slides,which feature a hair-raising 60-foot-drop slide.
4874 Birch Bay Lynden Road,
Blaine, WA

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Book Blaine,Washington Tee Times on GolfNow.com
Set right on the edge of the Canadian border, you may want to bring your passport when you visit Blaine. With the best of both worlds available to you, spend your days golfing Birch Bay's area courses, or hop over the border and explore the greens of Surrey, British Columbia.
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Blaine, WA
M.V. Plover Passenger FerryM.V. Plover Passenger Ferry
Take a tour aboard the M.V. Plover Ferry that takes off from Blaine Harbor. Washington State's oldest passenger foot ferry runs weekends in the summer and traverses Drayton Harbor between the towns of Blaine and Semiahmoo. Best of all, the ride is free.
728 Peace Portal Drive,
Blaine, WA

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