Fort Flagler State Park

Set on a high bluff overlooking Puget Sound, this location offers three dormitory-type camps for groups of all sizes. Visitors will have opportunities for clamming, hiking and exploring the fort’s barracks.

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  2. Rules
  3. Rates
  4. FAQ


In March of 2020, the Retreat Centers in all Washington State Parks were closed due to COVID.  During that time, construction and maintenance teams conducted in-depth inspections of the retreat center buildings at Fort Flagler.  It was determined that these buildings are no longer safe for occupancy and will remain closed indefinitely.

Our planners continue to evaluate options regarding these historic WWII buildings.  Consideration will be given to historic preservation, funding for building repair, and the potential re-use as a retreat center.  Once a defined plan with timeline is final, a formal planning process will follow that involves the public and stakeholders.

You may check this page for updates or contact our team at for more information.

LAST UPDATED 4/27/2023


Camp Hoskins:
  • 1, 2, or 3 dorms
  • Dining hall
  • Kitchen
  • Restrooms and showers
Camp Wilson:
  • Bunks
  • Restroom and showers
  • Small kitchen
Camp Richmond:
  • A dorm
  • Dining area
  • Kitchen
  • Restrooms and showers

Fort Flagler's Recreation Hall is available for meetings and includes:

  • A small kitchen
  • Restrooms
  • Space for up to 75 guests (day-use fees apply)


  • Beds or cots
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Kitchen utensils and dishes
  • Paper towels and toilet paper

Not Provided

  • Bedding or sleeping bags
  • Firewood
  • First aid equipment
  • Kitchen linens and dish-washing supplies


  • Day trips to nearby Fort Worden State Park
  • Fishing and clamming
  • Hiking on the beach and trails
  • Historical museum
  • Softball and volleyball areas