Located in Point Roberts, on the southern tip of the Tsawwassen Peninsula, this 21 acre oceanfront park is one of the best places to view Orca whales from land. Sit on a log and gaze out on the Strait of Georgia from the rocky beach. The park offers camping, beach access, picnic areas, playground, fishing, and wildlife viewing.
Make time to visit the three other Whatcom County parks in 4.88 square mile Point Roberts:
Lily Point Marine Park for trails, beach access, and bird watching
Maple Beach offers a sandy beach for swimming and shell fishing
Monument Park for US/Canada Boundary Marker No. 1 and Strait of Georgia views
Lighthouse Marine Park offers a main campground plus five group camp areas.
Campgrounds are open mid April - October 31.
Reservations open the first business day of December at 9:00am for the following calendar year.
Hand launching is always available at Lighthouse Marine Park. A vehicle boat launch receives periodic maintenance and is often not available, USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
You can shore fish at Lighthouse Marine Park and shellfish gathering is popular at many beaches in the Point Roberts area.
Washington State fishing regulations apply.
|Description||Whatcom County Resident||Non-Whatcom County Resident||Specifics|
|Campsite (Sites 2-30)||$23.00||$30.00||Per Night (6 person max)|
|Group Tent Site (A & B)||$65.00||$85.00||Per Night (25 person max)|
|Group Site (C, D, & E)||$120.00||$140.00||Per Night (25 person max)|
|Reservation Fee||$13.00||$13.00||Per Reservation /Site /Consecutive Days|
|Extra Vehicle Fee||$11.00||$11.00||Per Extra Vehicle|
*All Prices Subject to Change