This park contains forest trails and natural beaches and preserves on of the most complete and significant ecosystems in the Puget Sound - Salish Sea region. There are public restroom facilities at Lily Point Park and a new trail leading down to the beach.
Dogs are required to be leashed and must be cleaned up after.
Follow the path past the entrance gate. At the split ahead, follow the path straight ahead to views of Lily Point and Boundary Bay from the top of the bluffs. Both trails converge in a half mile near a viewpoint looking south across the Strait of Georgia to the San Juan Islands. A steep, primitive trail descends 200’ to the beach area from this point. Explore cobble beach and mudflats west and north from the point.
Follow I-5 to
Peace Arch border crossing,
then continue on Route 99
to Exit 28. Follow Highway 17 South to Tsawwassen.
Turn left on 56th Street to Point Roberts border crossing. Follow Tyee Drive. Turn left on APA Rd. to parking area at end of road.
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