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Fort Flagler State Park

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10541 Flagler Rd, Marrowstone Island, WA 98358-9656
+1 360-385-1259
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Easy hike, beautiful views of the Sound

This is really a campground in an old US Army fort that protected the entrance to the Puget Sound... read more

Reviewed August 20, 2017
Rob2minus1
A fun place to explore with some nice views.

Took the family here for a day. Needed something to fill a day while vacationing on the peninsula... read more

Reviewed August 4, 2017
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10541 Flagler Rd, Marrowstone Island, WA 98358-9656
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Reviewed August 20, 2017

This is really a campground in an old US Army fort that protected the entrance to the Puget Sound. Hiking trails are easy for young and old that take you to see beautiful views - you can watch the ferries from Port Townsend - and...More

Thank Rob2minus1
Reviewed August 4, 2017 via mobile

Took the family here for a day. Needed something to fill a day while vacationing on the peninsula. Not nearly as impressive as the bigger nearby Fort Worden but not as busy either. You will need $10 for a day pass to the park or...More

Thank halldro
Reviewed July 7, 2017

We rented the NCO Houses for the weekend. Nothing can beat the location. Situated high up on a bluff overlooking Admiralty Inlet, we enjoyed sitting on the front porch watching ships and boats go by. We saw harbor seal, eagle and plenty of deer. The...More

1  Thank TravelJunkySoCal
Reviewed July 6, 2017

We met our son and his family here to celebrate the 4th of July. The park is a bit off the beaten path but that's what makes it special. This a historical setting as well as a great camping facility. There is low bank access...More

Thank geraldh463
Reviewed June 24, 2017 via mobile

We visited Ft. Flagler while staying on Marrowstone Island for the weekend. It was fun visiting this historic fort, including the gun emplacements. The buildings are all intact and tours are available, although we just drove/walked around and were fine. There were also several camping...More

Thank guppie9
Reviewed June 16, 2017 via mobile

We camped here for four days - beautiful huge state park right on the water. Nice day use picnic area, little store. Lots of hiking trails, old military sites to explore. Great for kids of all ages. Beach walks. Small museum. The lower campground loop...More

1  Thank Nzack
Reviewed May 22, 2017 via mobile

Wonderful park. This park is an old military battery so it has a lot of things to explore that are fun and educational. Lots and lots of wooded trails, beaches and the old marching grounds give you many choices for a walk. Two camp grounds...More

Thank WillWorkForYarn
Reviewed April 3, 2017 via mobile

We rented one of the officers quarters, the NCOS, had a minimum of 2 nights. It was such a great place to chill and relax after tent camping a few nights prior. We enjoyed cooking in the kitchen, taking a bath in the bearclaw bathtub,...More

1  Thank Laura C
Reviewed March 31, 2017

We got here after hours (5:30 pm) and had some confusion about how to access the park and how to get a discovery pass. I had trouble finding a central visitor's area, per say but our persistence paid off. If everything looks buttoned up, at...More

1  Thank 861audreyk
Reviewed March 9, 2017 via mobile

The third of three coast artillery forts guarding Peugeot Sound. Lost of artillery emplacements to visit that require some relaxed walking. Some of the old officer's quarters are open as vacation rentals.

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Response from MikeG7199 | Reviewed this property |
Yes same state park rules as else where but lots of people had their dogs at Fort Flagler
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Response from Sanjeev K | Reviewed this property |
Generally dogs are allowed in Washington state parks but must be on a leash. I would suggest call Park office if you have specific questions e.g. walking with dog on the beach in the day use area or camping in the cabins... More
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