Birch Bay Resort

Birch Bay Resort (BBR) is a manufactured and mobile home park community with room for park models or RV’s overlooking Birch Bay, Washington.


Birch Bay RV Campground

Managed by Thousand Trails & Encore RV Resorts

Situated just a few miles south of the US/Canadian border, Birch Bay RV Resort offers convenience, fun, and a family friendly environment 365 days a year. 223 sites available. For water-goers, a beautiful saltwater beach is located just a few miles away. For those seeking land activities, Birch Bay RV Resort has a bicycle and walking track perfect for soaking up the great outdoors.


Beachside RV Park

One of Washington’s unique RV parks, we are located across the street from the shallow, warm and tranquil waters of Birch Bay. Ten minutes from Canada, twenty to Bellingham, and sixty to Mount Baker. 72 sites available. Open year-round.


Lighthouse by the Bay

Lighthouse by the Bay is located within walking distance of beautiful Birch Bay in Blaine, Washington, Lighthouse by the Bay RV Resort is open year round and offers a total of 100 sites with a wide variety of amenities! Roomy sites are extra wide and can accommodate RV’s up to 45 feet in length with 2 cars parking.

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Ball Bay View RV Park

Located a short walk from the beach. Ball Bay View RV park offers full hook-ups for trailers and motor homes up to 36ft. The have free showers and coin-op laundry as well as a campfire area.


Sun Retreats: Beachwood Resort

If you love wilderness at its prime, Beachwood RV Resort has everything you need for your next getaway! Beachwood has a great selection of accommodations that guests can choose from, tent camping, full hookup RV sites, you can also stay in a furnished and fully appointed vacation rental with all the comforts of home. Amenities include: tennis courts, horseshoes; clubhouses with activities, a sports field for volleyball, soccer and baseball along with three swimming pools and three hot tubs (two outdoor and one indoor). Numerous bike trails criss-cross the park, perfect for the kids and grandkids to unleash some energy on. 


Birch Bay State Park

The park has 147 standard sites 12-by-12-feet in the forested camping area, 20 water and electric sites, two primitive sites, a trailer dump station, eight restrooms (one ADA), and 18 showers (two ADA). Maximum site length is 60-feet (limited availability). Campsites are reservable for arrival dates from May 15 – September 15.