Larrabee State Park


4 from 1 users


245 Chuckanut Drive, Bellingham, Washington

(360) 676-2093


Picturesque view of Samish Bay and San Juan Islands is what makes Larrabee State Park standout. It is known for the Chuckanut Drive which offers boating, paddling, fishing, shellfish harvesting, diving, and teeming tide pools. It has a lot of quiet spots for those who love privacy. The park features 51 tent sites, 26 utility sites, and 8 primitive sites. Picnic tables, fire rings, water, showers, dump station, and toilets are available. Vehicles up to 60 feet can be accommodated in some sites. Camping fee is $12 to $50 a night.

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Lat: 48.655199 Lng: -122.491444

User Reviews


User 68813

Beautiful terrain, nice walk in sites and walk to the beach


User 44381

Very winding road from the south. Not well kept.


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