Took the family for a day trip to Larrabee State Park yesterday, beautiful place. They have, I believe, 26 hook up sites, 51 basic/standard sites, 8 walk in sites (300-400ft), and a group site. The campground is just off of Chuckanut Dr/State route 11, which is a very popular coastal drive when the sun is out, so the sounds of motorcycles rang in the air, but we it wasn't too bad. Beautiful forested trails lead down past day use shelters, a performance stage and down to the puget sound water. Kids had a great time exploring the tide pools, crabs, starfish and sea shells. The park also has a boat ramp where a few kayakers where putting in. Route 11 cuts though the park, on the west side is the camp ground and beach, on the east side are several hiking trails leading to a couple lakes, I hear it is very nice but haven't hiked that way yet. The famous Oyster Bar restaurant and oyster farm are just down the road as are the quaint town of Edison. Don't miss the Farm to Market Bakery, their freshly made cinnamon rolls are amazing! We will definitely be making camping arrangements here in the future.