Blaine is a beautiful little waterfront community nestled in the furthest Northwestern corner of Washington State.  Blaine’s coastal location has made Blaine a destination for nature lovers for years.  With it’s accessible bike and walking trails, and view of mountains and water.  Local residents and visitors can walk the beach, watch the abundant marine wildlife, crab on the pier, or take the old Plover ferry across the Harbor to the Semiahmoo Spit and enjoy a latte at the luxurious Semiahmoo Resort.

The city of Blaine is about 8.4 square miles in size with a population of about 5,000.  Blaine is known as “The Gateway to the Pacific Northwest”, and the “Peace Arch City” due to it’s unique location as the northernmost point on U.S. Interstate 5 before reaching the Peace Arch Border Crossing to British Columbia, Canada.

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The community of Blaine offers quality education for K-12, including a public high school, middle school, elementary school and two primary schools.