Blaine, Washington is a picture-perfect small town located right on the U.S.-Canadian border. It's the number one access point to Canada by car from the Pacific Northwest, and is home to The Peace Arch Crossing International Monument, which symbolizes a long history of peace between Canada and the U.S.
Top attractions include Peace Arch State Park, which straddles the U.S.-Canadian border amid flower gardens and ponds, year-round world class golfing at the Loomis Trail Golf Club and Semiahmoo Golf & Country Club, walking trails over looking Canada at Blaine Marine Park, and mountain views at Blaine Public Pier.
Peak travel time is from July to September, when temperatures typically hit around 70 degrees, and chance of precipitation is low.
Every February, the Semiahmoo Resort hosts Bite of Blain, which celebrates local restaurants and offers foodies samplings. Every July, Blaine Harbor hosts a 7-day music festival from world-class musicians who work with local music camp students.