The restoration and repairs to the Hospital was a twelve-year partnership between the Friends of Fort Flagler and Washington State Parks and Recreation. While the Parks Agency focused on the roof, windows and exterior improvements, FoFF dedicated their efforts to the interior, heating system and first floor improvements. A generous donation from a Friends of Fort Flagler family allowed us to outfit the kitchen with appliances. The facility is now available for to the public to rent for events.
In 2012, this project received the Jefferson County Mary P. Johnson award for meeting the Secretary of Interior's high standards, as well as Certificates of Appreciation for sympathetic preservation, stewardship and restoration projects.
Small bridges on Interpretive trail
Entry gate Basketball hoop and resurface court
Projection Equipment for four buildings Upper campground clean up
Barn dance Donation solicitations
Membership drive Birding tours
Photos from the April 7, 2018 Barn Dance at Fort Flagler - Hosted by Friends of Fort Flagler
Our caller for this event was Dave "Slim" Thielk, with Becky Evasick on fiddle and two more string band members. Attendance was light, but everyone had a great time at this family-friendly party.
for a repeat in the fall!
Trail Bridge Restoration Complete
Several members of the Friends of Fort Flagler along with several volunteers restored four bridges on the interpretive trail. New materials with non-skid surfaces were used to complete the project. See photos below.
Concert - Fort Flagler Lower Campground
September 2nd at 4 PM
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