Point Roberts Marina Resort
https://www.pointrobertsmarina.com/
713 Simundson Dr, Point Roberts, WA 98281
p: 360-945-2255 | f: 360-945-0927

Point Roberts Marina Resort


Point Roberts is a 4.9 square mile peninsula located on the western shore of Boundary Bay.  While the peninsula connects to Canada, Point Roberts is part of the United States-the result of the establishment of the 49th parallel as the boundary between the two countries. Access to Point Roberts is possible by a 23 mile highway trip from Blaine,  by air to the private airstrip, or by boat.  By land it is necessary to cross the US-Canada border at Blaine, drive west to Tsawwassen, BC, and then re-cross the border into the U.S. at Point Roberts.

A large marina and a repair facility are located here.  Restaurants, grocery and liquor store, mobile home and RV parks, a campground, bike rentals, post office, library, and banks are available.  A newly renovated 18 hole golf course opened in 2018.  The Blue Heron gallery featuring local artists is an interesting stop. Be sure to also visit the newly opened Point Roberts History Center located at 1437 Gulf Rd. Nearby Lighthouse Marine Park offers a stretch of beach on the tip of the peninsula, making it ideal for walking, beachcombing, picnicking, and enjoying panoramic views of Mount Baker, the Cascade Mountains, San Juan Islands, and Vancouver Island.  Maple Beach Park on the northeast corner of Boundary Bay, has a mile of sandy beach and tidelands perfect for swimming and sunbathing.  For wildlife enthusiasts, the Point Roberts area is rich in wildlife including orca whales, deer, eagles, heron and raccoons.  Community events during the summer include the bi-annual Point Roberts Garden Tour and the 4th of July Parade. For more information, www.pointrobertsnow.com.

Address:  713 Simundson Dr., Point Roberts WA  98281

Website:  www.pointrobertsmarina.com 

Telephone:  360-945-2255

Fax:  360-945-0927

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