Beautiful Point Roberts Lodging
Point Roberts is unique due to geography; located south of British Columbia and not physically connected to the United States but part of Washington State, the unincorporated community of Point Roberts is considered a geopolitical oddity. The only way to reach Point Roberts is by traveling through Canada, taking a boat through Boundary Bay, or by air. Point Robert's population is around 1,300. Point Roberts lodging is surrounded by Vancouver Island and the North Cascades/Mount Baker. The micro climate created results in some of the mildest weather in the state — there are more sunny days here and 40 percent less rainfall than surrounding areas such as Seattle and Vancouver.
Point Roberts Activities
Sunny beaches and warmer water than other parts of the coast make Point Roberts a nice place to enjoy the beach and water activities. The sunsets are spectacular over Boundary Bay; the natural beauty of this area is magical and soul-inspiring. From Point Roberts cabins, Mount Baker can sometimes be seen in the distance across the bay. Other popular activities located near Point Roberts cabins include hiking, watching Orca whales and seals, bird watching, fishing, boating, and bicycling. Walking trails are located around the gulf for leisurely strolling.
So Much to Offer
Golfers from all over the United States are attracted to the championship Point Roberts Golf & Country Club. More golfing can be had at Loomis Trail Golf Club or Birch Bay Golf Club. Mountain biking is a popular activity, with various mountain bike trails around Point Roberts lodging. A popular place is Lighthouse Park on the southwest corner of the peninsula and overlooking the gulf and Vancouver Island. Birch Bay State Park near Northwest Washington State vacation rentals boasts panoramic views of the Canadian Gulf islands and the Cascade Mountains. For families and children, Birch Bay Waterslides is a short drive away in Blaine, Washington.