This park is shared by Washington State and the Province of British Columbia. It includes some beautiful gardens and is a favorite photo spot for weddings on both sides of the border.
This is a lovely landscape park. Great for picnics. Beautiful flowers. On a clear day you can see the water. Sometimes they have an Artists fair here.
The views and the native flora are magnificent - step across the border and then hop back again. It's an instant international experience that can't be missed.
Good place to spend the afternoon. Very nice gardens and historical sites on the Canadian and US sides of the border. View of Boundary Bay. The only drawback is the Access Washington Fee to allow you to use one of the parking spaces. You could park off site and walk in, or travel to the Canadian side and park for... More
The Peace Arch is a perfect place for a long, scenic walk. Beautiful flowers everywhere and a splendid view of the bay, highlighted by the Arch itself. For a few months, there are even sculptures scattered throughout the park. Several picnic tables and a huge playground make this a nice place for a family to spend the day.
Besides the beautiful flowers, where else can you see such a unique and special monument as the Peace Arch? It is truly a place to celebrate the relationship between Canada and the USA.
It's a nice place to visit, but the traffic across the border is very bad Friday through Sunday. WA State Parks have a $10 parking fee per vehicle for one day or $30 for one year. It's free to park in Blaine and walk in.
On my Facebook and my daughter's I have photos and can send them to anyone. So nice around 7:30-8:30 at night for good photo taking. Also, walk the Blaine Harbor route and head to Birch Bay to stay and stroll Birch Bay Drive for a good walk.
Had really thought there would be more to it than there is. Kind of hard to find, lots of parking, but it was nearly full. A lot of people there, playing football, having picnics and parties. If it is a must see for you, well it is worth it, if not, there are more interesting things up the road
Where in the Sam Hill can you stand in the world's two best countries at the same time? At the Peace Arch, of course. This monument celebrates the "open border" between "Children of a Common Mother" (Canadian side) and "Brethren Dwelling together in Unity" (American side). It makes for a nice break before (or after) waiting for the long border... More
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