Loved this park. We stayed in the lower loop which is a big open field right on the beach. The campsites are huge with full hookups and a view from most sites. There are many hiking trails and ranger led tours of the fort and grounds. There is a small cafe with refreshments. The bay is good for boating and kayaking. We raked clams nearby and steamed them for dinner one night. If you like more wooded campsites with more privacy, the upper loop is available but no hook ups.
August 4, 2018 - reviewed by Renee
My family and I have been camping here for years!!! It is a great place for kids, awesome place for hiking, fishing, riding bikes, walking on the beach, and lots of historic sites to see as well. Bathrooms are always clean, and the little convenience store has great ice cream and coffee!
December 1, 2017 - reviewed by Miss TT
Fort flagler is a very nice washington state park. We stayed for two nites in late november in our travel trailer. Just a couple of other folks in the campground. There are pull thru spaces as well as backin spaces. There are two separate camping areas. The upper camping area is wooded and is closed in the winter. The lower campground has several wooded spaces as well as several spaces which are open and close to the water. View of port townsend across the bay. Daily price for full hookup is $30. Clean restrooms
June 11, 2016 - reviewed by WeRV247
Great RV Park!
Away from the crowded RV parks, surrounded by the Bay! Big rig friendly. Level sites, with plenty of room in between. Views galore, deer, eagles, ships, mountains, etc. Camp hosts are super nice and do a great job keeping it clean. Lots of areas to walk pets. Playground is away from campsites, so noise is low, but on weekends, lots of children riding bikes. Verizon cell service was great. Wifi is available for a fee. ALSO, a small store with food, soft serve ice cream, kites and things you may have forgotten to bring! Definitely recommend this campground!