August 4, 2019 / Jennifer Bardsley / Herald Net

A family weekend at Larrabee State Park, the state’s first park

The rich history of Washington’s State Park system is a short drive away.

Larrabee State Park, founded in 1915 and the first state park in all of Washington, is a fun place for families to explore this summer. I never knew the wonders of Larrabee until I waited too long to make camping reservations and it was one of the last places left on the Washington State Parks website: www.parks.state.wa.us.

“How about Larrabee?” I asked my husband as I stared at the map. “It’s six miles south of Bellingham, on Chuckanut Drive."

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