Birch Bay's original local
grocery store ~ for more than 60 years.
One-Stop Shopping for ~
Groceries ~ ATM ~ LOTTO
Fishing & Shellfish Licenses ~ Videos
~ Ice Cold Beer ~ Wine ~ &
8050 Harborview Road at
Birch Bay Drive ~
Open 7 days a week: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. ~ Phone:
Market has been a Birch Bay icon for more than 60
years. Located at the bay's
north entry, at Harborview Road and Birch Bay Drive,
Bay Center Market is just across
from the beach. Whether you're a summer visitor or a
year-round local, Bay Center Market
is the bay's most convenient stop for quick item
groceries. Pick up bread, rolls, milk, coffee,
eggs, hamburger, steaks, frozen food, produce and
canned goods, along with ice cold beer, a
full selection of wines, candies, snacks, toiletries,
sodas and juices.
Looking for a video? Bay
Center Market has all the latest releases, and rental
"Rent 3 Videos for $3 for 3 nights." You'll
also find beachwear and accessories. This is the
place for Birch Bay T-shirts, sweatshirts, and caps,
along with beach towels, beach buckets
Pick up a fresh espresso or
latte in the morning along with your paper. Or drop
in for that
favorite beach lunch, a succulent hot dog paired with
a frosty cold drink. And this is the
place at the bay to buy your winning lottery tickets
and lotto scratch cards.
If your water recreation
plans include fishing, crabbing or clam digging,
you'll need a license,
and you can get annual and temporary licenses at Bay
Center Market. Getting a license just
takes a few minutes and you're on you way to the
beach. To view license costs, click here.
fishing and shellfish FAQs, click here.
For crabbing info, click here.
For clamming info, click
Biotoxins, also known as Red
Tide, can make shellfish unsafe to eat. Before going
shellfish, always be sure to check for up-to-date
health alerts. Call the Washington State
Department of Health's Marine Biotoxin Shellfish
Hotline at 1-800-562-5632.
Birch Bay's best place to stop and shop for your day
at the beach is the Bay Center Market.
Our staff is always pleasant, friendly, and ready to
answer visitors' questions.
Bay Center Market
Bill & Barbara Kim