Fort Flagler State Park is truly one of the gems of our State Park system. With more than 1,400 acres, 3.6 miles of beach shoreline, 5 miles of forest trails, 117 campsites and extensive retreat facilities it offers unparalleled opportunities for recreation and experiencing nature. Located at the Northern tip of beautiful Marrowstone Island, the park includes lands that were important ‘Sklallam tribal lands. It is also the home of historic Fort Flagler, established in 1898 for the defense of the maritime entrance to Admiralty Inlet and Puget Sound.
The Park has so much to offer everyone.