The Port of Bellingham owns most of the facilities in the Port of Blaine. Its Blaine Harbor facility provides docking facilities for hundreds of commercial and recreational vessels. The marina next to the Port of Blaine Harbor facility has a boat ramp, public restrooms, and a meeting room available for rent.
The Port of Blaine's large Marine Park is popular with bird watchers due to the thousands of water fowl and other birds found there. The park offers waterside shelters for picnicking and bird-watching. Marine Park in the Port of Blaine is also a main venue during the annual "Wings over Water" wildlife festival. There are walking trails and benches for enjoying views across the bays to White Rock, Pt. Roberts, Semiahmoo, and the San Juan Islands. There is a two-mile waterfront walkway between the park and the Port of Blaine Public Pier and Marina and an outdoor amphitheater for both public and private events.
Owned by the Port of Bellingham and operated by the Port of Blaine, the Blaine Harbor Marina has modern boat slips used by both recreational and commercial boats. Offering a great view of Peace Arch at the US/Canada border, the Port of Blaine Harbor marina has 629 slips in one moorage basin and 259 meters (850 feet) of moorage for visitors (three-day limit). The Port of Blaine Marina Piers are owned jointly by the Port of Bellingham and Blaine Marina Inc., which operates the marina. A fueling pipeline connects the north pier to three storage tanks with total capacity for 570 barrels. The Port of Blaine Marina Piers offer berthing distance of 134 meters (440 feet) with alongside depth of 3.7 meters (12 feet).
Visitor moorage is also available in the Semiahmoo Marina in the Port of Blaine. The marina has nearly 300 slips, many of which are available for rent, that can handle vessels to 23.8 meters (78 feet) long with a draft of 2.7 meters (9 feet). The marina has portable and stationary pump-out facilities, a full-service fuel dock, and free disposal of oil, batteries, and fuel. Electric service is also available. This Port of Blaine marina offers laundry and shower facilities, secured gate access, a yacht club, a patio for social events, and storage space for dinghies. Guests enjoy the walking and bike trails in the marina.
The Port of Bellingham owns, and the Port of Blaine operates Piers A through H in the Commercial Basin where commercial fishing vessels are moored. A 140 square meter (1500 square foot) timber-decked pier for handling nets is located about 152 meters (500 feet) east of the approach ramp. With alongside depth of 3.7 meters (12 feet), the Port of Blaine Commercial Basin offers berthing distance of 7.6, 8.5, and 10.4 meters (25, 28, and 34 feet).
The Port of Bellingham owns, and the Port of Blaine operates the Outfitting Dock to moor fishing vessels and for handling nets. At the rear of the dock is a one-story 1765 square meter (19,000 square foot) building used to store gear and nets. Alongside depth at the Outfitting Dock is 3.7 meters (12 feet).
The Port of Bellingham owns, and the Port of Blaine operates the Blaine Harbor Public Wharf to moor vessels. The Port of Blaine Harbor Public Wharf has berthing distance of 50.3 meters (165 feet) with alongside depth of 3.7 meters (12 feet).
Sea K Fish Company, TM Protein Inc., and Moon Enterprises operate the Port of Blaine Harbor Fish-Handling Pier owned by the Port of Bellingham. Receiving seafood, each of the operators has a seafood-processing or -rendering plant at the rear of the Pier. The Port of Blaine Fish-Handling Pier has berthing distance of 41.1 meters (135 feet) with alongside depth of 3.7 meters (12 feet).