Directions

Point Roberts being an exclave of the United States makes accessibility harder having to go thru 2 international border crossings.

Point Roberts is an exclave of the United States and surrounded by ocean on three sides, and the Canadian border on the fourth side makes accessibility harder having to go thru 2 international border crossings. Accessing Point Roberts can be by car, boat, or air.

By Car or Truck from Blaine, WA

Driving from Blaine’s two border crossings (Peace Arch or Pacific Crossing) is approximately 26 miles or a 40-minute drive one-way.

From Blaine border crossing, take Route 99 to Exit 20. Follow Ladner Truck (Route 10) west. Make a left on Route 17 and another left on 56th Street; follow 56th Street to the Point Roberts/Tsawwassen border crossing. Upon entering Point Roberts, you will be on Tyee Drive.

Border wait times vary. Check border wait times.

Blaine Border Traffic Cams

I-5 @ Peace Arch

Peace Arch Northbound

CCTV on route 15 at border

Peace Arch Southbound

CCTV on route 15 at border

Highway 99-Beach Rd. Southbound

CCTV on route 15 at border

Pacific Crossing Northbound

By Boat

Currently, there is no scheduled ferry service to Point Roberts. Point Roberts has a full-service 950 boat marina that provides guest moorage.

By Air

Point Roberts has a private “airpark” that is in use today. There are no scheduled flights, but San Juan Airlines can provide charter flights to and from Point Roberts. Call 1-800-874-4434.

Transportation Links

For important information on crossing the border, click here.

Blaine Border Traffic Cams

Ferry Systems

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