Monument Park

4.337 Votes
  • Address: dr 98281, 217 Marine Dr, Point Roberts, WA 98281, United States, 98281
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Landmarks, Parks

Monument Park is a significant landmark as it is established on the US - Canada border. But, other than that, this park does not much to offer. There is a grassy area dotted with a couple of benches that offer an ocean view. A small hiking trail leads to the beach where you can take a walk. Keep in mind that as this park in on the international border, you may need to clear all the documentation.

  • Monument Park Address: dr 98281, 217 Marine Dr, Point Roberts, WA 98281, United States, 98281
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  • 68.52% of people who visit Point Roberts include Monument Park in their plan

  • 59.46% of people start their Monument Park visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Monument Park

Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday

59.46% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Monument Park

People normally club together Point Roberts Golf & Country Club and Sunny Point Resort while planning their visit to Monument Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Monument Park Reviews & Ratings

  • Nice place for a walk. Not too busy and a great long beach. Make note at the bottom you can easily walk across the border without noticing!

  • Nice steep hike down to a beautiful and secluded rocky beach.

  • A short trail and limited view point at the top. The cool part is you could step back and forth across the border no fence(((but don't do it))) You never know when one of either countries border guards are around.There is a medium step trail to the beach,can get slippery on rainy days. On the beach look for the big "B" on the water that Mark's the border . Once again be careful you can lose your right to cross the border if caught at the very least. The border guards take it seriously these days

  • It's a park, it has a monument, great view of the ferry terminal.

  • The trail to the water is absolutely beautiful and the beach is totally secluded. You have a unobstructed view of the West Coast.

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