Fort Flagler State Park, Marrowstone Island

#60 of 244 in Nature in Washington State
Must see · State Park · Nature / Park
Fort Flagler State Park is a public recreation area that occupies the site of Fort Flagler, a former United States Army fort at the northern end of Marrowstone Island in Washington. The state park occupies 1,451 acres (587 ha) at the entrance to Admiralty Inlet and the Marrowstone Point Light lying adjacent. Port Townsend is visible to the northwest, the cranes at the Navy base on Indian Island to the west, and Whidbey Island to the east across Admiralty Inlet. Flagler Road (SR 116) terminates at the park entrance.

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  • When you drive through Fort Flagler continue on down the steep hill and enjoy the beach. It is a beautiful walk with a view from Mt Baker all the way south to Mt Rainier. Just gorgeous. There were...  more »
  • New to the area, we identified this park on Marrowstone island on the map. It was great to drive there & see so much water ..,oh yeah, it’s an island! We ate lunch at a little place. My salmon burger....  more »

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