List of Bellingham, Washington, Campgrounds & RV Resorts

List of Bellingham, Washington, Campgrounds & RV Resorts
Bellingham, Washington, is on the Pacific Ocean coast of Washington state, about 90 miles almost due north of Seattle and 51 miles southeast of Vancouver, British Columbia. Consequently, Bellingham is a good stopping point between either city, as well as the vast national forests that lie on either side of the U.S.-Canadian border. There are several campgrounds and RV resorts both in and close to Bellingham.
 

Bellingham RV Park

This RV park is adjacent to Interstate 5 and just a few miles from the Bellingham Airport. Open year-round, it has 56 sites, all with full hookups and 20-, 30- or 50-amp electrical service. Amenities include cable TV, Internet access, restrooms and a laundry room, and some phone hookups. Pets are welcome, as are truck drivers and their big-rigs.

Bellingham RV Park
3939 Bennet Drive
Bellingham, Washington 98225
(888) 372-1224
bellinghamrvpark.com/

 
 

Eagles Haven RV Park

Eagles Haven RV Park is on the Lummi Indian Reservation, off a road that faces Lummi Bay. The reservation abuts the Bellingham city limits. The RV Park is about 10 miles from I-5. It has 43 full-service hookups for RVs, water and dump station services, showers, a laundry room and picnic tables. The RV park is open all year.

Eagles Haven RV Park
2924 Haxton Way
Lummi Indian Nation, Washington 98225
(360) 758-2420

Larrabee State Park

About six miles south of Bellingham, this Washington state park is on the coast of Samish Bay. The 2,683-acre park has hiking trails, tidal pools, two freshwater lakes and coves. The campground 77 sites for tent and vehicle campers, including RVs, a dump station, restaurants, showers and picnic tables. Reservations are recommended.

Larrabee State Park
245 Chuckanut Drive
Bellingham, Washington 98229
(888) 226-7688
stateparks.com/larrabee.html

 

Article Written By Cheyenne Cartwright

Cheyenne Cartwright has worked in publishing for more than 25 years. She has served as an editor for several large nonprofit institutions, and her writing has appeared in a variety of publications, including "Professional Bull Rider Magazine." She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Oklahoma Christian University and a Master of Arts in English from the University of Tulsa.

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