Nearby Cities and Towns
Cities and Towns of Northwest Washington
Located on the U.S./Canadian border, Blaine, Washington is the number one access point to Canada by passenger vehicle from the Pacific Northwest. The City of Blaine is home to half of The Peace Arch Crossing International Monument. The U.S. half, south of the border, Peace Arch State Park, is located in Blaine, while its sister park, Peace Arch Provincial Park, is located in Canada.
With so many international travelers making their way through Blaine, Washington, many different types of accommodations are offered. Some of the vacation rentals and beach houses are found in the quaint beach town of Birch Bay, only 7 miles away. Whatever type of housing best fits your needs, Blaine can accommodate. Blaine is also home to the seaside Semiahmoo Resort, overlooking both the Semiahmoo Bay and the Drayton Harbor.
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Moon Washington, 10th Edition (Moon Handbooks) by Matthew Lombardi. This travel writer and Seattle resident gives an insider's view of everything the Evergreen State has to offer such as great places to eat, scenic drives and volunteer vacations. Discover Seattle's arts and culture, details on climbing Mt Rainier and much more. Order now...
Frommer's Washington State, 7th Edition by Karl Samson. This expert author tells you where to find great places to stay in every price range, the best outdoor recreation and much more. Utilize the planning tools to maximize your next adventure in the Evergreen State. Order now...
Hidden Washington: Including Seattle, Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, Olympic Peninsula, Cascades and Columbia River Gorge (Hidden Travel) by Eric Lucas. This author gets to know each community by going from neighborhood to neighborhood. This book will take you to all the great spots while describing both the famous attractions and hidden favorites. Order now...
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