Point Whitehorn Marine Reserve features 54 acres of forest, bluff and beach, with a 3/4 mile fully accessible trail to spectacular viewpoints of the Strait of Georgia and San Juan Islands. A switchback path descends from the bluff to access a windswept cobble beach.  

This park is rarely crowded (in fact some days you may not see anyone else) and is a great no-cost park to visit in Birch Bay. It’s hike is the perfect length for families with small children and the beach has great views of the San Juan Islands.

Whatcom County Park Page