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We stayed here August 3, 2018. The area is beautiful. As you drive in the trees create a canopy over the roadway and it feels like you’ve picked a great spot to camp....and there are many positives about this campground but there’s one big negative....More
Fort Townsend State Park
We stayed in the Brick with family
This was a great place to stay with some 23 family members. We rented all 4 sections of the Brick for 3 days. This consisted of 16 rooms, mostly with double...More
This is not like Fort Worden or Fort Flagler, there aren't lots of bunkers to explore all over the place. However, there are some very nice hiking trails (easy hikes), and some cool old relic buildings left over from it's fort days. Easy path down...More
Our hiking club traversed the trails throughout the park—along the beach, up and down hills, and through the forest. Rich plant life and well marked trails enable hikers to stay on course. Ruins of the old fort add interest and markers detail its history. We...More
Great hiking and picnicking. Go into the forest as well as the waterside area. Relaxing. Can’t speak for camping as we were on a road trip. The closest we came to camping was the Hampton Inn. Our days of RVing are over. Been there, done...More
Yes, he will be able to use the campsite, take the nature walk and enjoy the large picnic area.
I bet the scooter can take him down to the beach (which has nice views of PT, islands, and lots of shells.