Cannery Lodge ~ Semiahmoo

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Fill out a Reservation Request Form

To Cancel a Reservation
Call 360-778-5850 or email
parks@co.whatcom.wa.us

Reservation Policies

Description
The two story former bunkhouse and office of the Alaska Packers Association Cannery has been restored for public rental. This unique venue with its spectacular setting is the perfect backdrop for weddings, receptions, meetings, and events. The Cannery Lodge has scenic views of Semiahmoo Bay, Drayton Harbor, and Mount Baker. The venue capacity is 63 guests and is ADA accessible. Learn more about Semiahmoo Park.

Hours
8am-11pm

Features  

  • Main Room with Tables and Chairs for 60
    • 6 5' Round Tables
    • 4 18"x6' Tables
    • 1 30"x6' Table
  • 12'x12' Kitchen/Prep Area
  • 15' Serving Counter
  • Stove/Oven (for reheating only)
  • Refrigerator/Freezer
  • Microwave
  • 20'x25' outside deck is open to the public

Daily Rental Rates
Whatcom County Residents: $290
Non-Residents: $310
Non-Refundable Reservation Fee: $13

Optional Add-On Fees
Alcohol Use Fee: $60
Waste Removal Fee: $20

Semiahmoo Cannery Lodge Front Entrance
Semiahmoo Cannery Lodge Interior Toward Kitchen
Semiahmoo Cannery Lodge Interior Toward Front Door
Semiahmoo Cannery Lodge Interior Buffet Tables
Semiahmoo Cannery Lodge Interior French Doors
Semiahmoo Cannery Lodge Interior Toward Deck
Semiahmoo Cannery Lodge Deck
Semiahmoo Park Map Detail
  1. Directions & Parking
  2. FAQ's

Address
9261 Semiahmoo Parkway
Blaine, WA 98230
Map

Directions
From I-5 (North or South)
Take I-5 Exit 270
Head west on Birch Bay Lynden Rd. (northbound turn left, southbound turn right)
In approx. 4 miles turn right onto Harborview Rd.
After about 1 mile turn left onto Lincoln Rd.
Lincoln Rd. becomes Semiahmoo Parkway
Drive approx. 3.6 miles. The Semiahmoo Park Buildings are on the left as you drop down onto Semiahmoo Spit.

Parking
The Semiahmoo Cannery Lodge shares a parking lot with Semiahmoo Park.