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Peace Arch Border Crossing

Peach Arch

Situated between Surrey BC and Blaine Washington, the Peace Arch border crossing is the main Canada-US border crossing in British Columbia.

It is also the busiest one west of Windsor Ontario.

The Peace Arch

Located just minutes from White Rock, the Peace Arch border crossing is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Nexus Lanes (i.e., express lanes for special pre-registered and pre-approved Nexus pass holders) are open daily from 7 am until midnight.

Other border crossings between Washington State and the Lower Mainland include the Pacific Highway crossing (not far from the Peace Arch crossing), Aldergrove/Lynden crossing (near Langley, south of the Greater Vancouver Zoo), and Sumas crossing (near Abbotsford). The Peach Arch, Pacific Highway and Sumas crossings are all open 24 hours a day every day, with Nexus lanes open from 7 am until midnight for the first two, but the Lynden crossing is open daily from just 8 am until midnight.

Built in 1921, the Peach Arch itself is located right on the Canada-US border, between BC’s Highway 99 and Washington State’s Interstate 5 in Peace Arch Park.

For border traffic information, check out the BC/US Border Traveller Information website.