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BLAINE, WA
Known as the Peace Arch City, Blaine is nestled in the northwest corner of Washington State sitting on the international border between British Columbia, Canada and the United States. The City of Blaine epitomizes the best of small town charm and is strong in maritime heritage.  The population was 3,770 at the 2000 census.

City of Blaine:  http://www.ci.blaine.wa.us/

Ferry Rides
Sailing season begins Memorial Day weekend and continues through Labor Day. The MV Plover runs every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 
See complete details here.
Blaine Marine Park
- Provides a walking trail along Semiahmoo Bay overlooking White Rock, British Columbia. The park provides picnic shelters for family gatherings.

Blaine Harbor Public Boat Launch
- Blaine has a public boat launch for the recreational boaters. 

Bird Watching
- Blaine and the Birch Bay area are an Important Birding Area (IBA) of Washington State, and is the Northern Anchor of the Great Washington State Birding Trail/Cascade Loop. The protected embankments of the area extending from Birch Bay on the south to Semiahmoo Bay on the north is an integral part of the premier loop of the Great Washington State Birding Trail. The number of birds and species that use these inland waters can be spectacular and even incomprehensible throughout the winter, peaking in the early spring, just before migration. For more information on the birds of Blaine, Birch Bay and Semiahmoo, click here
Blaine Recreational Activities
Year-Round World Class Golfing - Blaine boasts the number one and number two rated golf courses in Washington state; Loomis Trail Golf Club and Semiahmoo Golf & Country Club. For more information visit www.semiahmoo.com.

Peace Arch State Park
 - The Park straddles the U.S./Canada border, allowing visitors the experience of strolling to and fro between countries amid flower gardens, ponds and the International Sculpture Exhibit from May to September. For more information on this activity, visit www.peacearchpark.org

Biking Trails
- Outdoor enthusiasts will never be at a loss for things to do in Blaine. Blaine is part of the Coast Millennium Trail (CMT) that consists of on-and-off street biking facilities extending northward from northwestern Skagit County, Washington, to White Rock, British Columbia, just north of the international boundary. For more information on CMT, click here. 

Bike & Kayak Rentals
- Bike and kayak around Blaine!
Paddle & Pedal Adventures - Behind Semiahmoo Resort, Blaine, WA (360) 224-0707 - Kayak, Mo-Ped and bicycle rentals.  Or bring your kayak and paddle along miles of pristine shorelines.
LYNDEN, WA
Chamber of Commerce:  http://www.lynden.org/
The town of Lynden, in northwestern Washington State proudly boasts of its Dutch heritage. "Holland Days" are celebrated each may and a large windmill stands in the town center. The downtown area of Lynden has a variety of unique shops and galleries.

August is a busy time in Lynden, bringing events from the Antique Tractor Show to the Lynden Rodeo and the ever-popular Northwest Washington Fair. Farms, businesses, and everyone in between will come together over the next few weeks to create the perfect ending to another Lynden summer. Be sure to stop by any or all of these events to take advantage of the agricultural traditions of our town.
Birch Bay Waterslides 
4874 Birch Bay Lynden Road; Blaine Washington 98230
Telephone:  360.371.7500, E-Mail:  sales@birchbaywaterslides.net

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