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I've been to Fort Worden many times, most often staying in one of the officer houses which is great good fun. When a couple of friends bought a new trailer and suggested a joint camping trip, we thought it might be fun. It's not a...More
Wonderful park with a huge assortment of rooms to rent for a single to families that want to be together. At this time we saw a wedding, there was a beautiful field for the ceremony, a large hall for the reception, and many different housing...More
The Fort was indeed that, replete with the usual military style parade ground, officers' row, etc. At the far end is a campground with a view of the Puget Sound.
The $10 day pass seemed too much for my wallet, so I merely drove through...More
Wonderful trail system with different trail surfaces, grades and ecosystems: asphalt to dirt and sand, flat to steep, forest, beach and even a pub and two cafes (only one off season).
We walk through this State Park almost daily and love every minute we spend...More
Fort Worden is a national park. What we enjoyed was the ancient battlement. You can climb all over and through this structure for free with a parks pass. We loved getting up on the top and yet being safe. Another hit was the dark, tight...More
Sometimes you just happen upon a place without ever having intended to visit. And sometimes, that place holds a special place in your heart, because it has something associated with it that was previously unbeknownst.
On a recent “search for things to do” (we’re reasonably...More
This park was a fun and interesting visit. We didn't get to spend nearly enough time here with only an afternoon visit. Go early because they close the Artillery Museum and Administration building at 4pm. Campgrounds appeared neat and clean. The Keating bunker was really...More
This is an incredible spot for the whole family! Fort Worden is an old military fort, and as such, has many interesting things to do. Not only is there a great , sandy beach, but there are old bunkers to wander through and are lots...More
My boyfriend and I had a great time visiting the fort. The entire park is stunning with all the old houses. We camped outside the park and drove in, but you can camp and you can stay in the old houses. We went here specifically...More
We have stayed at Fort Worden three times, discovering it when we couldn't get a room for the Wooden Boat Festival in Port Townsend. We love it and visit it every time we're on the northern part of the Peninsula. Great hiking in the woods...More