We are home to one of the finest dredged marinas in the Pacific Northwest and the local waters are a favorite for the commercial salmon fleet and sports fishers.

The Bald Eagle Golf Club Phase-One has been completed and is open for play. 

Summer months lure sunbathers to the beaches, bicycles, joggers and big city dwellers escaping for a cruise in the country.

A moderate year round climate, with an annual rainfall of 30″, sunlit beaches and a welcoming rural atmosphere with tall cedar and fir trees make for a pleasant combination for family life and business. The population expands as the summer sun invites tourists to some of the warmest water on the coast. The tide at Boundary Bay comes in over a square mile of firm sand bars, making it an ideal walking beach.

Point Roberts SeagulLooking southward and surrounded in the distance by Vancouver Island, San Juan Island, the Cascade Range, and Mount Baker, there are picturesque vistas of calming beauty from all sides.

A stroll along the beach may find you catching a rainbow over one of the San Juan islands…and be sure to keep a look out for the resident pods J, K and L of Orca whales which are native to the Point. Usually, you can see them soar into the air as they swim by…one of nature’s most majestic creatures.

Another sight that is common to Point Roberts is bald eagles winging along the coast with the egrets. Their wings skimming over the ocean searching for salmon is something that only the truly lucky few get to experience.

The end of every day brings yet another sunset so spectacular to rival even those of Hawaii. Nature is at her best here at Point Roberts…a magical place full of wonder and surprise that will speak to your spirit and soul.

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