Larrabee State Park is a 2,683-acre camping park with 8,100 feet of saltwater shoreline on Samish Bay near Bellingham in northwest Washington. The park features two freshwater lakes, coves and tidelands. Sunsets are gorgeous. A variety of non-motorized, multiple-use trails wind through the park.

popular trail and very busy on the weekends. Leaves you huffing and puffing, but worth the view once at the top

1 month ago

Straight up and straight down, it'll leave you huffing and puffing and then running all the way back down. Took me 2hrs up and 1:30hr down. i started at 12 and had lots of traffic on the trail and at the dome. Really great overall but prep your knees and bring your poles!

Beautiful. Steep at the end but felt great and doable

2 months ago

Nice views of Samish Bay and Skagit farmland.

3 months ago

Great hike. Great spot for a solo hike.

3 months ago

Great training trail for backpacking with best lunch spot around. Also good camping at Lizard and Lilly lakes. Best lunch spot anywhere!

love this trail, definitely have encountered tougher ones but moderatly difficult!

Nice Hike nothing spectacular . It is an easy trail, good for little ones.

I thought this trail and lake were a serious gem! Easy to follow paths but significant gain in elevation for the relatively short distance (be prepared to huff a little). Lookout excursion well worth it. Can't wait to swim next summer when it's warmer.

Beautiful hike.....steep but beautiful!!! Busy trail. Lots of passing other hikers. Super hike with amazing views to look at while resting and enjoying lunch. I would love to see the sunset from here.

Without stopping for breaks or pictures it took me 1.5 hours up. Top was pretty busy with babies and dogs and was during a week day. Overall hike was worth the 7 ish (not 5) miles. Legs are def feeling it.

4 months ago

Great hike. Got there at 10:15 am and glad we did - we passed more than 50 people on the way down, so the oyster dome would have been very crowded if we had started at noon.

This is a 7 mile out and back not 5 mile. Took us 1:45 up and 1:15 back. Spectacular views at the dome! Highly recommended.

Great hike, busy on weekends. Worth the climb from Chuckanut Dr just passed the restaurant.