Monday, June 10, 2013

Washington State Park GeoTour : Stop #4 Larrabee State Park

This GeoTour celebrates the 100th anniversary of Washington State Parks with 100 new geocaches in 100 parks across the state. Learn more and get a GeoTour passport and list of caches at GeoTours Washington State Parks. There are commemorative geocoin prizes for those submitting a passport showing they found 50 or 100 GeoTour caches.
In case you didn't know Larrabee State Park is the oldest Washington State Park.  You can experience both Mountains and Sea at this location.  We actually visited a part of the park that we had never experience.  We drove Cleator Road. 
The boys found this rock interesting so we had a photo op
Our views were pretty good even though we started out pretty cloudy.  There are plenty of caches to find before hitting the top to find Larrabee's Centennial Cache.  The centennial cache happened to be our 800th find.
Group Picture
The views from Cleator Road were awesome.  It was a little hazy out but wow you can see for a ways.
View From The Top
We ended our adventure with a Geocaching Event and Celebration of Washington Parks Centennial.

Here are the other parks we have visited so far
Cama Beach/Camano Island
Peace Arch Park
Birch Bay

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