United States Canada Peace Arch Anniversary Association (USCPAA)  
 

Welcome to Peace Arch International Park North America’s first and foremost International Peace Park.

The Peace Arch and park was dedicated by the citizens of the United States and Canada in 1921.

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The USCPAA  welcomed the World Harmony Peace Run to Peace Arch State and Provincial Parks on June 30th, 2014. At a special ceremony the peace runners presented community members with the Torch Bearer Awards for their work in the international park.

TORCH BEARER AWARDS



As Peace Arch State Park Manager, Jason Snow, has worked with the many diverse groups that utilize the park during the year. Whether the event is a wedding, protest, civic ceremony, a gathering of ten
thousand scouts or an art exhibition, Jason treats everyone he meets with respect and kindness.

To many of these individuals at these events Jason is the first person they come into contact with in Blaine. We can all be proud that he represents not only the park but also the loving and embracing heart of this community. In his role at the park.

Jason is also a valued advocate for Peace Arch and its heritage and preservation, helping to advance the unique role of the International Peace Park. See complete event photos and Torch Bearer Awards
recipients Bob Hines, Jerry Gay, and Richard E. Clark.


  Peace Runs Event photos and captions!  

  Newspaper article in the Northern Light!  





Treaty of Ghent Peace Ratification Commemoration Ceremony

Friday, February 13th, 2015, 12PM

12 PM at the Peace Arch - Peace Arch State & Provincial Parks

Blaine, WA, USA – Douglas, BC, Canada

Followed by a gathering in the US Kitchen Facility.

From USA: The Peace Arch International Park is located on Interstate 5, in the city of Blaine, twenty-one miles north of Bellingham, Washington at the US/Canadian border, in Blaine. Use north or southbound I-5 exit 276, Blaine City Center. Follow signs and head north on Second Street to the park entrance.


From Canada: The Peace Arch International Park is located
30 miles south of Vancouver, British Columbia on Hwy 99, at the Douglas Border Crossing. Hwy 99 to Beach Avenue. The park entrance and parking area are located off of Beach Drive (behind the Peace Arch duty free store).

 
 
                 Discover Pass Free Days
Washington State Parks offers several "free days" when a Discover Pass
is not required to visit a state park. Following are 2015 free days:

June 6 – (Saturday) National Trails Day

June 13 – (Saturday) National Get Outdoors Day

August 25 – (Tuesday) National Park Service 99th Birthday

September 26 – (Saturday) National Public Lands Day

November 11 – (Wednesday) Veterans Day

Click here to purchase an annual Discover Pass from Washington State Parks.

The Discover Pass is
good for parking at ALL Washington States Parks.

 
 
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On November 11th, 2014, the USCPAA was pleased to be invited to participate in the WA 125 Celebration in Olympia, WA.







911 Memorial Ride



On September 11, 2014, members of all Emergency Services, Border Officials, and Military Personnel from the United States and Canada rode on motorcycles and in emergency vehicles to the Peace Arch Border Crossing to take part in the 13th annual 9-11 Memorial Ride & Service to honor those brave souls that lost their lives in the horrific attacks in 2001. It was a beautiful ceremony! To learn more about the event follow the link below.

Click here to visit the 9-11Memorial Ride website!