Larrabee State Park Campground is a 12.4 mile loop trail located near Bellingham, Washington and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and camping and is accessible year-round.
Such a beautiful spot for an evening by the water!
Perfect for a family outdoor outing and plenty of rocks to climb around on in the water. Plenty of barnacles to photograph and tiny crabs to watch! The campground down the road was a perfect spot to stay a week! (The bathrooms were well kept up with. Bring a portable charger if you must.)
Nice place to go for a run. Just get out and explore. :)
Sweet place to hangout with friends along the bluff. And some pretty cool rock climbing. I also met a starfish named Marty there..
I guess I'll be the one to add this one to the rock climbing list there are a couple of short (30ft) climbs. Larrabee is a very popular park so if you don't like crowds like me wait until it gets cold and clear (good luck in WA) but exploring tide pools, rock climbing, and hiking it's a very diverse park.