- Camp in a picturesque area near the waters of Puget Sound
- Use the two boat ramps to launch your vessel and enjoy a day on the water
- Choose a spot along the Sound and enjoy a picnic
What can I see and do at Fort Flagler State Park?
- Camping: Between the months of March and November, campers can take advantage of 116 standard tent sites and 57 utility spaces at this park. (Large RVs are not able to access this park due to its location.) Sites in the lower portion of the park have easy access to the waters of the Puget Sound. There are also two primitive group camps.
- Sightseeing: There are many historic buildings that remain on site at Fort Flagler State Park WA. Visitors are invited to explore the gun batteries on their own or take advantage of the guided tours that teach about fort operations and military life. You can also sign up for a separate tour of the onsite 1905-built military hospital. Tours are held mid-May through September.
- Boating: There are two boat ramps at Fort Flagler State Park as well as mooring docks, which are available from the end of March through mid September. Purchase a daily watercraft launching permit at the park for day use if you don’t have an annual permit.
- Picnicking: There are lots of good spots for picnics here, many located along the beach with excellent views of Puget Sound. Some are sheltered and all are offered on a first come, first served basis.
Where is Fort Flagler State Park?
Fort Flagler is near the town of Nordland. From Port Angeles, travel east on Highway 101 to left on WA-20. Make a left on Anderson Lake Road to left on WA-19, about 3 miles. Take the third right on WA-116, which becomes Flagler Road. Follow signs for the park.
What does Fort Flagler cost?
There is no fee to enter the park. There are fees, however, for camping and mooring.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
For more information on Fort Flagler State Park, call 360-385-1259. To reserve a campsite, call 888-CAMPOUT.