Larrabee State Park
Larrabee is a Washington State Park about 80 miles north of Seattle. It has 2,748-acres for camping that has 8,100 feet of saltwater shoreline on the Samish Bay. It is the State of Washington’s very first State Park that is known for its postcard views of Samish Bay and the San Juan Islands.
There’s a train track that goes through the state park and you can watch the Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Amtrak run their trains through which can be very annoying late at night when you’re sleeping in your tent (first-hand experience).
Although the coast is the main draw at Larrabee, freshwater Fragrance and Lost lakes offer excellent trout fishing. Park visitors often enjoy the complete 21-mile meander along Chuckanut Drive and discover the charm and taste of Northwest Washington on a side excursion.
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|Location||Washington State, United States|