Fort Flagler Historical State Park

10541 Flagler Rd.
Nordland, WA 98358- Map It
(360) 385-1259

AAA Editor Notes

Fort Flagler Historical State Park is at the northern tip of Marrowstone Island, 4 mi. n. of Nordland on SR 116 to 10541 Flagler Rd. The fort was established in 1899 as a part of the strategic coastal defense known as the “Triangle of Fire.” It possessed 6- and 10-inch disappearing guns; trails connect the gun batteries. The Fort Flagler Museum has military exhibits and an interactive display. The park offers scenic views of Puget Sound and the Cascade Mountains. Guided tours are available. Pets on leash are allowed. Recreational activities are permitted. Camping is permitted. Picnicking is permitted.
Park admission $10 (per private vehicle); Discover Pass, valid for 1 year, $30 (per private vehicle). Museum by donation. Guided tour $5.
Hours: Park daily 6:30 a.m.-dusk, mid-Apr. through Sept. 30; 8 a.m.-dusk, rest of year. Museum daily 11-4, Fri. before Memorial Day-Labor Day; Sat.-Sun. 11-4, rest of year. Guided tours depart Wed. and Sat.-Sun. at 10:30 and 2, Fri. before Memorial Day-Labor Day.