Point Roberts, WA has four parks that are favorite destinations for dog walking, sunset watching and whale watching!
This is a secluded, narrow, rocky beach on the NW corner of the Point. A moderate hike down to the beach on a trail that starts into the forest on the South side of the upper park, takes you down to the shoreline.
This beach is a favorite for dog walking, whale watching, sunset photography and kayak and boat launching. It's boardwalk is home for the Orca Center and community events like the 4th of July and the Arts & Music Festival in August.
(Camping and picnic areas info on the County page)
Maple Beach is a favorite swimming area on the NE corner of the Point. At low-tide, picnics, skim-boarding and sand castle building are favorite activities.This is a favorite spot for seeing beautiful Mount Baker.
Getting down to the beach at Lily Point can be a challenge, but this secluded, natural beach is a gathering place for local and visiting people, eagles and hundreds of wildlife, plant and bird species.