Birch Bay is a census-designated place in Whatcom County in the state of Washington. Birch Bay is located between Semiahmoo Bay and Lummi Bay. Birch Bay is often called a town, but it is not officially considered one. Birch Bay is officially considered a community, and is a popular tourist attraction for Washington State residents. Birch Bay was first officially founded in 1792 by Archibald Menzies, a member of the Vancouver Expedition. The expedition was in Birch Bay for two days in which Menzies recorded a few species of birch and also named the bay.
There are about 4,961 people living in the Birch Bay community. The median income for a household in Birch Bay is roughly $40,040, and the median income for a family is about $44,280.
Birch Bay is home to a great state park. There is a beautiful saltwater shoreline as well as a stretch of freshwater shoreline as well. Birch Bay residents and visitors to the community enjoy camping, fishing, hiking, crabbing, clamming, and boating. Birch Bay State Park is one of the most popular parks in the state.
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