A protected Bay located between Semiahmoo and Lummi Bay. Birch Bay is approximately 100 miles North of Seattle and 35 miles south of Vancouver, B.C. Canada. It has 5.4 square miles of water. It was created by the refraction of incoming waves on the headlands that lie on either side of the Bay. The headland to the north is Birch Point and to the South is Point Whitehorn. The waves bend as they enter the bay and lose energy in the process and the result being a half moon bay with a gentle sloping beach. This beach is a wonderful place for families to play on the beach. There are many cabins, residences and condo’s in Birch Bay. Birch Bay Village is a great place to live and many homes have access to the water.
Birch Bay Slides is a favorite of the local residences and the children come from all over the mainland to enjoy this cool sport. Many good restaurants on the Bay and a small golf course are enjoyed by the folks in Birch Bay.
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