Larrabee State Park

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Bellingham, Washington

Larrabee State Park Bellingham Reviews

aelder2259 aelder22…
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Nice, but noisy Aug 24, 2012
Larrabee State Park is Washington's first state park, formed in 1915. There are lots are really nice hikes (some easy, some strenuous) and bike paths throughout the park. There is a stoney beach (more so when the tide is out) and boat launch. The camping area offers coin showers (50 cents for three minutes) and a local club offers nature walks and Saturday night campfire talks. The down side is that the railroad runs along the coast edge of the park, averaging about one an hour, with horns blaring. It's much too noisy to sleep! It's a nice park to spend the day, but I don't recommend camping there.
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aelder2259 aelder22…
216 reviews
Clayton Beach Mar 07, 2009
Clayton Beach is part of Larrabee State Park. It's a great place to visit when the tides are extreme (and out). During this time, it's a wonderful place to rock climb and study wild mussels, barnacles and baby crabs The water has also formed interesting patterns in the rocks.

enjoy a wonderful view - across the Sound, Anacortes twinkles in the distance, and the San Juan Islands stretch across the horizon, misty blue islands suspended between the dazzling blue sea and the endless blue sky. Savor the quiet, the peace, the beauty of it all.

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