Take a tour of the Point Roberts Marina, which hundreds of Canadians have chosen to make their home port, partially because it is the closest moorage to both the Canadian Gulf Islands and the U.S. San Juan Islands, and partially because it’s moorage rates are far more reasonable than Vancouver. The Marina also has reciprocal moorage with a number of Canadian and US yacht clubs.
Spectacular Views The Reef
Looking for some great local company? Drop in at The Reef, a tavern established by late Canadian wrestler Gene Kiniski. The deck has spectacular views to the west, the staff are friendly and the relaxed atmosphere reflects The Reef’s status as the local pub.
In Full SwingGolf and Country Club
An 18-hole course that was rated among the 10 best new courses in the USA. And you don’t have to pay an arm and a leg for a tee time; in fact if you register with the club, you’ll get a free round on your birthday.
Home PortThe Marina
Hundreds of Canadians have chosen to make their home port, partially because it is the closest moorage to both the Canadian Gulf Islands and the U.S. San Juan Islands, and partially because it’s moorage rates are far more reasonable than Vancouver.
Take Your Pick Public Beaches
Four public beaches: Maple Beach (in the NE), Monument Park (in the NW), Lighthouse Marine Park (in the SW) and Lily Point Marine Reserve (in the SE). Maple Beach is the prime spot for swimmers, sunbathers, skim-boarders and certified sand-castle builders. Lily Point Beach is best for checking out marine life.
Beautiful Views Lighthouse Marine Park
Lighthouse Marine Park is good for watching the whales, while the boardwalk and newly planned fishing pier are the prime destination for the Fourth of July. Finally, Monument Beach is excellent for eagle watching.
Sail Away Boating Adventures
Sailing and sail-boarding are Point Roberts’ favourites for good reason. Constant breezes will have you skimming the waves at maximum hull speed. If you are really adventuresome and have your own boat, you can set sail for the San Juan Islands (13 miles by sea) or the Canadian Gulf Islands (10 miles away).
Look Up Bird Watching
Bird watching is fantastic in Point Roberts because it lies on one of the most active flyways in North America, and it benefits every season of the year. Not to mention world-class eagle watching; 10,000 eagles pass through Point Roberts each year.