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All reviews border crossing both sides picnic tables through customs take pictures clean washrooms children's playground the pacific ocean lots of space family and friends bring your own white rock canada flags canadian bocce spanning
We have been her many times as it was a short walk from home. Tricky to access, no, or very little parking if yu want to go see it. There are wonderful garden displays but the major attraction is the Friendship Gate. This separates Canada/USA...More
Sadly this was not as exciting as I thought it would be. I remember visiting this as a child during a festival and it was a lot more exciting. my GPS kicked me back across the Canada border into the US which was unfortunate as...More
Visited the park on a gorgeous sunny day mid week. Very few visitors. A bit tricky getting in to the parking lot due to some waterline construction. Lots of free parking. Opportunity to get up close to Peace Arch, take pictures with very few other...More
Wonderful oasis near the border crossing between USA and Canada. Blaine and White Rock. It is a great place as it has available picnic tables and lots of space for games such as ultimate frisbee, soccer, and bocce.
Great place to take a stroll around this lovely park, which has vehicle parking lot (free) located just prior to crossing the border. Great place for everyone to enjoy sites of lovely park. Note: clean washrooms & all picnic tables are disassembled for maintenance.
This border-spanning park right on the Pacific Ocean is unique. The northern half the park is located in Canada, while the southern half is in the US. Residents of each country can park on their own sides and meet their foreign friends in the middle....More
Waiting to cross the boarder. Looking at a 10-15 minute wait. Washrooms pretty clean, and a nice area overall. We've been across several times, and although it can be a longer wait than the truck crossing, it's certainly nicer.