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Marine Park

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Marine Park Shelter Map

Features

  1. ADA Accessible
  2. Amphitheater
  3. Beachcombing
  4. Bird/Wildlife Viewing
  5. Fishing
  6. Kayaking
  7. Parking
  8. Picnic Areas
  9. Playground
  10. Public Art On Display
  11. Restrooms
  12. Walking Trails
This large waterfront park is a prime destination for bird watching. The area attracts thousands of water fowl and other birds each year, and the humans that enjoy watching them. The park has water-side shelters for bird watching and picnicking, and Marine Park is a key venue for the City’s annual “Wings over Water” festival. 

There are trails for walking and benches for sitting and enjoying the views across Boundary Bay and Semiahmoo Bay to Pt. Roberts,  White Rock, Semiahmoo and the San Juan Islands. Combined with a walk to the Blaine Public Pier and Marina the area offers a 2-mile waterfront stroll.

Water access is available, but beaches are small and limited because the site (was reclaimed from the tide flats of Boundary Bay during the construction of the adjacent Blaine Harbor Marina) and most of the shoreline is armored with rocks and concrete to slow erosion.

Marine Park also contains an outdoor amphitheatre with bench seating and an open lawn which is available for public and private events. There is also a beautiful new nautical themed playground constructed in 2015 for children to play on. Come out and take a look!