K/M Beachwood Resort


Description

Eighty acres of all-season fun makes this resort ideal for for your next family vacation. The resort is located just two hours north of Seattle and one hour south of Vancouver, next to the Pacific Ocean. That means plenty of outdoor or cultural activities are available within this great Northwest region. Situated in a wooded setting, Beachwood overlooks beautiful Birch Bay, a saltwater bay that offers summertime beach fun as well as peaceful winter solitude. The Birch Bay area features multiple golf courses, including world-class greens. Other nearby attractions include ocean swimming, beach activities, and fishing. Ever try crabbing or clamming? This is a great area for you and your family to try your luck during low tide. You’ll learn about the best methods using pots and rings, or you can simply walk onto the sand and collect them by hand. Agates abound for the taking if rock hounding appeals to you, and water slides at Birch Bay will thrill the kids. Horseback riding, miniature golf and go-kart tracks are also available within the area.

Address:
5001 Bay Road
Blaine, Washington 98230
United States
phone:
view phone(360) 371–5006
website:
Visit Website

Good to know
  1. Features
  1. Open year-round
  2. High-Use Seasonal Period: May 24 Through September 4
  3. Sites: 240 Full Check in: Noon Check out: 11 AM
  4. Maximum Electrical: 30 amps
  5. Maximum RV Length: 40 ft.

Additional Information

AOR: Yes

ACN: No

RVA: Yes

Seasonal: No

Year-round: Yes

Amenities: This resort offers a clubhouse, outdoor heated pools, spas, sauna, playground, picnic area, horseshoes, basketball, volleyball, badminton, sports field, tennis courts and arcade room. Dump station.

Cabins & Park Models: Park Model, Sleep 4-6,7,8, or 9: $48-$60.Check in: 3 PM, Check out: 11 AM. Reservation Requirements: Reservations accepted 30 days in advance. Call (360) 371-5006 for rentals. Not available on holiday weekends. RV site: 60 - 90 days.

More Info: Those interested in the region’s history might want to attend scheduled archeology lectures sponsored by the Birch Bay State Park. Evidence indicates that the area was once inhabited by Semiahmoo, Lummi and Nooksalck tribes since prehistoric times. Later, white settlers logged fir trees with oxen and horse teams. Back at the resort, dances potlucks, breakfasts, and sports round out the activities, and the clubhouse is available for private parties. Or you might just want to soak up the breathtaking view of snow-capped Mt. Baker as well as the plush Northwest woodlands and natural coastal beauty.