“Nice park close to the Canadian border”
Birch Bay RV Campground, Thousand Trails – Nice park close to the Canadian border and Bellingham, Washington. Bellingham is a nice city with everything you need.
We enjoyed our one week stay at Birch Bay. This Thousand Trails park has large sites and 2 loops. One loop is more shade and the other is pretty much out in the open. It was nice to have sunshine coming in the windows after being under pine trees so long.
There is a clubhouse, pool, clean bathrooms, laundry on site, ice and a small store are a few of the nice amenities this campground offers. This park is also close to the beach for swimming and other water fun. It was too cold to get in the water when we were there.
There is no dog park within the campground and dogs must be kept on a leash. We took Maggie to a local dog park near Blaine or to the beach. However, there is a nice walking path that we walked her on within the park.
This is a nice park for big rigs like us, large pull-through sites and wide roads help when parking the rig. Full hookups are also a bonus! It was quiet during the week we were there, although it was pretty full by the weekend. You can even face your friend’s camper if camping together.
We met some AWESOME new friends and had a few campfires. Everyone is very friendly that works at Birch Bay. We really enjoyed our stay here. Perfect park if you are traveling to Canada and need a place to stay.
Would we stay again?
We will definitely stay here again when in the area.
Nightly Cost: Free – We are members of Thousand Trails (Affiliate Link)
Days Stayed: 7
Pad Type: Grass
Pets: Allowed on Leash
WiFi: Cell service was limited to Verizon and AT&T in the park. T-Mobile worked in town.
*This is our review/opinions of our stay at Birch Bay Thousand Trails
You can find all of our Campground Reviews here on our 2019 Campground Reviews page along with a map of the places we have stayed.
GPS: 48.947, -122.7472 – Birch Bay Thousand Trails, Washington
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