What Kind of Trails Do You Want in Larrabee State Park?
Washington State Parks is just starting to plan the future of Larrabee State Park, and they want to hear from you. What kind of trails and recreation experiences do you want to see at Larrabee?
How do you want to play in Larrabee State Park in the years to come? Now is your time to weigh in on the future of trails, stewardship and recreation in one of the oldest and most beloved state parks.
Washington State Parks is just starting the process of planning for the future of Larrabee State Park. Their first step is to listen to the community, learning what kind of experiences and trails visitors value most.
In short, the planners want your input on what to change or what to save in the state park.
Two ways to help create a Larrabee you love
1. Attend the first planning meeting on Thursday, Jan. 16
Attend and speak up at the first planning meeting, scheduled for 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, in the Fairhaven Public Library, 1117 12th St., Bellingham.
2. Comment in an email or by phone
Can't make the meeting? Live across the state but love visiting Larrabee? You can also provide a public comment by emailing it to Larrabee.Planning@parks.wa.gov or by calling Park Planner Randy Kline at (360) 902-8632.
- Don't want to miss an important step in the Larrabee planning process? Sign up for WTA's Trail Action Network email alerts and get tips on how to effectively speak out for trails.
- Larrabee State Park Planning page