Facility reservations for the Cannery Lodge open June 16th, for events starting July 1st
With Semiahmoo Bay and the Straight of Georgia on one side, the protected Drayton Harbor on the other, and views of Mount Baker and the Twin Sisters mountains in the distance, Semiahmoo Park offers 360 degrees of Pacific Northwest splendor.
Semiahmoo Spit is a popular location for birdwatchers especially in the winter months and during the fall and spring migrations.
This former bunkhouse and office of the Alaska Packers Association Cannery is a unique venue for weddings, receptions, meetings, and events. The Cannery Lodge has scenic views of Semiahmoo Bay, Drayton Harbor, and Mount Baker. Capacity is 63 people and the venue is ADA accessible.
Reservations open the first business day of December at 9:00am for the following calendar year.
Three buildings from the Alaska Packers Association Cannery were moved to Semiahmoo Park in 1981, one of which now serves as the APA Museum. Artifacts from the cannery displayed in the museum tell the story of fishing and canning days gone by. The museum is operated by the Drayton Harbor Maritime Society.
APA Museum Hours (seasonal)
Memorial Day - Labor Day
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 1-5pm
Masks required and occupancy limited to 6 visitors at a time.
Semiahmoo Park includes an extensive area of public tidelands, certainly one of the best places to go for a beach walk in Whatcom County. Check tides for best low tide times. Follow boardwalks to beach overlooks, then continue out onto the tidelands and follow the incoming tide along both sides of the spit.
Moderate, 1.6 miles loop
Enjoy spectacular views across Drayton Harbor to Mount Baker. Bring binoculars to watch birds and seals. This segment of the Coast Millennium Trail spans the length of Semiahmoo Park and extends north to the Semiahmoo Resort area and the seasonal Plover ferry to Blaine. Planned segments continue south to Birch Bay, Point Whitehorn, and all the way to Skagit County.
Easy, 0.8 mile loop
|Fee Description||Building Capacity||Whatcom County Resident Fee||Non-Whatcom County Resident Fee||Specifics|
|Cannery Lodge Rental Fees|
|Cannery Lodge||63 Guests||$290.00||$310.00||Per Day|
|Reservation Fee:||$13.00||Per Reservation|
|Alcohol Use Fee:||$60.00||Per Reservation|
|Waste Removal Fee:||$20.00||Per Reservation|
*All Prices Subject to Change