With your membership or donation you join the growing number of people who provide the financial support needed to restore historic facilities, provide interpretive learning programs; as well as, work with park staff to maintain trails, gun batteries and emplacements. In addition, it enables us to put on family events for our local community and park visitors.
Membership dues: Individual or Family $15.00
Donations of any amount in addition to dues are greatly appreciated.
The Friends of Fort Flagler State Park is recognized as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization under the Internal Revenue Code. Your membership dues and any donation are considered tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Our Tax ID is 91-2010492.
Friends of Fort Flagler
PO Box 74
Nordland WA 98358
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part of the Friends group and volunteering is really fun. The
friends of Fort Flagler are involved in numerous and varied
activities ranging from clearing trails, to restoring historic
facilities, to putting on summer concerts. You can choose to
work on a regularly scheduled basis, for a specific event, or be
on our “on-call” list.
We appreciate all the support we get. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, go to our Contact Page and let us know your interests.
A series of Friends-sponsored historic tours are conducted each year during the peak summer season. The gun-line tour is a 2-hour guided walking tour of the park site. The historic hospital tour is a separate event, requiring access to the hospital building. Participation is by donation.
and nature tours are now being held on the first Saturday of each
Meet at the boat dock on the Northwest Spit at 9:00 am.
The program is designed to promote
awareness of the park environment and encourage young people to
learn about and to be dedicated stewards of our parks and lands.
This popular program is managed through the Museum/Gift
Shop, with support and guidance from camp hosts and volunteers.
During peak season we are always looking for volunteers to work in the museum and gift shop. If you would like to offer time to be a Museum Docent, help operate the gift shop, or lead various subject tours; contact the park staff at 360-385-1259 or firstname.lastname@example.org.