Semiahmoo Bay

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Semiahmoo Bay, just south of White Rock. Point Roberts can be seen on the horizon

Semiahmoo Bay (/ˌsɛmiˈɑːm/ SEM-ee-AH-moh) is the southeastern section of Boundary Bay on the Pacific coast of North America. The bay is named for the Semiahmoo First Nation, who originally occupied the area.

From the north to south, the following communities and places are located on its shore:

Blaine's Drayton Harbor opens into Semiahmoo Bay; the harbor is separated from the main body of the bay by Semiahmoo Spit. The Semiahmoo Resort is located on the spit.

The Campbell River flows into Semiahmoo Bay on the Canadian side; California Creek and Dakota Creek flow into Drayton Harbor on the US side.

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Coordinates: 48°59′59″N 122°49′05″W / 48.99972°N 122.81806°W / 48.99972; -122.81806