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Enjoy a festival, join a fun run, tour an interpretive site, or just make your own celebration with a family picnic or camping trip. Choose from dozens of activities and events throughout the year. You can submit your state park event via email to get it placed on the calendar. The Discover Pass is required for vehicle access to Washington state parks and state-managed recreation lands. For more information, visit the Discover Pass website.


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Larrabee State Park

  1. Bellingham Trail Marathon

    November 9, 9:00 AM @ Larrabee State Park

    The marathon is a stunning mix of trail running in Bellingham with a lot of tough climbs on single-track trails, as well as fast interurban trails and a short road section. With 5,000 feet of climbing, this may be the toughest marathon in Washington! The race connects two of the most popular trail systems, Lake Padden and Chuckanut Mountain. Runners will enjoy lake and forest views through Padden Park and expansive views of the city of Bellingham, the Cascade Mountain range and Bellingham Bay from Chuckanut Ridge. All finishers get a custom made medal and catered post race meal. Race starts at Clayton Beach parking lot.

State Park Free Days

  1. State Parks Free Day

    November 11, All Day @ All Washington state parks open during winter season.

    In honor of Veteran's Day, today is a “free day” and the Discover Pass is not required to visit a state park. Please note, free days apply only to day use (not overnight stays or rented facilities).

    A Discover Pass is still required to access lands managed by the Washington state departments of Natural Resources and Fish & Wildlife.