€36.697247706422
per night
Estimated price based on 1 car and 2 persons with a tent, camper or caravan.

Campsite opened from 01 January till 31 December
This campsite can only be booked by telephone. 360-385-1259
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Tents
Dogs
Sand beach
Fishing
5 / 5 (12 votes )

Fort Flagler State Park

10541 Flagler Rd.
98358, Nordland
the United States

Fort Flagler State Park is a campsite with 116 pitches in Nordland, the United States. Dogs are allowed on this campsite.

On Fort Flagler State Park it's possible to camp with a tent. You can find several recreational activities on the campsite. There's a playground and a sand beach.

Characteristics campsite

Accomodation
Tents

Facilities
Restaurant
Wheelchair access

Qualifications
Dogs

Recreation
Playground
Sand beach
Boat slip way
Fishing


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Reviews

Anonymous
English (US)
Since the reservation system does not allow same day reservations, we showed up hoping to grab one of the few available sights as first come, first served. There were 3 or 4 sites listed as available in the lower campground and we found one that was perfect for us. We had the choice between a full hook up site and a dry site and chose the latter as it was perfectly level and offered more privacy. It’s interesting to note the different pricing levels from ‘popular’ to basic. Some sites were tightly packed and others were absolutely enormous with great views. Our site, 105, had a very tight neighboring spot on just one side (a no show which gave us a much roomier feeling) and an ample area with picnic table, fire pit, and enough room for two tents behind the pad. A short trail, albeit somewhat overgrown, at the back of our site lead right to the beach. The campground, while quite full, was incredibly quiet. I’m sure things are different in the summer time with more families camping. The hosts and maintenance folks were all very friendly. Perhaps my favorite part of this campground is the location with miles of beach to walk. I was surprised that with our frequent strolls on the beach with the pups, we only passed a small number of people. The dump station worked as expected and had potable water available.
1 year ago

Anonymous
English (US)
It is a great place to take the family. Nice balance of activities, facilities, and views. Still popular and well maintained as of June 2022. Note on T-Mobile cell service: I think the antenna may be at Port Townsend, so there is a great signal across the water when at the campground and the museum area. Some places of the island were dead zones.
2 years ago

kjwithers
English (US)
My happy place! Great hikes, good beaches and close to Pt. Townsend. Quiet and safe.
2 years ago