We have not camped at Larabee State Park, but we did scope it out during a recent visit to Bellingham. Here’s what we saw:
-Great newer looking playground for kids: bonus for families!
-The Park is right next to a train track: and the trains go by frequently. Could be cool for kiddos. Could be a nightmare at bed time.
-We only saw the first loop of sites closest to the park entrance. They seem to look very close together, so privacy is pretty out the window. There are walk-in sites that you can book if you want better privacy.
-The sites back by the bathroom seem to look larger and more private.
-There are hiking trails and bike trails nearby.
-If you want to go out to eat: Bellingham is nearby!
We will book here in the future—and probably go for a Walk-In site.
Bahia Honda offers awesome camp sites, some right on the water with a fence separating you and the beach. Our campsIte had a picnic table and room for 2 small tents. We swam at the beach and went fishing during the day. It was close to the old bridge, which was cool to see. Critters (raccoons) are always looking for food, so keep your food and cooler locked!