Standard (Tent/RV)
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Equestrian
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Larrabee
Operator
State
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Hike In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
No Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
No WiFi
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
30 amp Hookups
No 50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 50 ft.
Location
Larrabee is located in Washington
Latitude
48.6533 N
Longitude
-122.4903 W
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34 Reviews of Larrabee
Pretty, but loud.

Lovely area and views. We visited in the winter, so it was quiet. Downside was the trains barreling through all night. Could barely sleep with earplugs.

Awesome spot right off the bay!

thisnis a beautiful campground nestled right along the bay. There is a play ground ,covered picnic area , stage and of course walk the trails along and down to the beach or hit one of the amazing mountain bike trails. We see starfish on the rocks some times. This is an amazing spot for sunsets! The campsite is nice and the spots are fairly private but beware there is a train that rolls right next to the campground all night long!

Amazing Experince

Amazing views from beach and hiking trail. The campsites are extremely well maintained. The facilities rival any campground I have visited. I will say it's at the high end of what I would ever spend to camp. Highly recommend this stop if you are in the Bellingham area.

Amazing Experince

Amazing views from beach and hiking trail. The campsites are extremely well maintained. The facilities rival any campground I have visited. I will say it's at the high end of what I would ever spend to camp. Highly recommend this stop if you are in the Bellingham area.

Great Hiking and Facilities

Camping at the group site closest to the rail lines. Clean facilities and available running water. Less than a mile walk towards trail head for Fragrance and Lost Lake. Completed a 14 mile hike with total elevation gain of about 2600'. Go early in day for hike less crowded. Also note for gear heads, great MTB downhill single track. Will second the train noise. They have to sound horn in the area when passing. Group campsite catches a healthy does of the sound.

Kayaking and hiking, not so great camping

The area is lovely with a day or two worth of nature to explore. Unfortunately the campground is too compact for our tastes. There is also road and train traffic that further killed the atmosphere set by the natural beauty. I would recommend coming here only for the day unless you are in an RV and will have your air conditioning on and windows closed anyway or are a heavy sleeper.

Trains

We didn't mind the noise of the trains at night but many other campers complained. There are also a lot of local activities that take place at this park. The weekend we stayed here there was a mountain bike race taking place. It is something to check in advance if you are looking for a quiet getaway. Larrabee may not be your best choice!

No privacy

This is a beautiful place and beach, worth a day trip. The camground is so compact with no privacy though. I can see RVers liking it, but this tent camper can't handle the amount of feeling like you are camping on top of your neighbors. Great hiking in the area. Bathrooms are decent.

Lovely shoreline

Perfect park for PNW sunsets, though you won't get this view from your campsite.

Larrabee State Park

If you walk along some fairly easy trails you can visit a few lakes for fishing and you can drive up a road to the top of the mountain for absolutely beautiful views, kayaking on the bay, nearby boat launch for larger craft. The campground is near the bay though not along the bay, not very big nor modernized but fine. It’s sandwiched between a road and active train tracks so it’s not going to be the most peaceful or quiet campground in this area… The kids actually loved the trains LOL.