Larrabee State Park

Bellingham, Washington 98225

Larrabee State Park

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Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Larrabee was the first state park created in Washington, in 1923. It covers 2,683 acres and features 8,100 feet of saltwater shoreline on Samish Bay and 6,700 feet of freshwater shoreline on Fragrance Lake and Lost Lake.

The mountain provides good views of the entire park and a whole lot more. A hiking trail leads to the summit. Mountain bike routes, mostly on old logging roads, weave around its flanks. Wildlife you may see here include black-tailed deer, bald eagles, and raccoons. Seabirds and sea mammals are commonly seen offshore."

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Trail Information

Bellingham
Nearby City
Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility
86
Campsites
Year-round
Season
Boat Launch/Ramp, Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Hiking, Mountain Biking
Additional Use
Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, (360) 902-8844 (information); (360) 676-2093 (park office); individual campsites can be reserved year-round at https://washington.goingtocamp.com or by calling (888) 226-7688; parks.state.wa.us
Local Contacts
$10-$20+
Fees per Night
Drinking water, picnic tables, fire grills, restrooms, dump station, coin-operated showers (6 ADA), firewood, band shell, boat ramp
Facilities

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Dec 2018