Fort Flagler State Park
Fort Flagler State Park

Fort Flagler State Park

Fort Flagler State Park
Fort Flagler State Park

Fort Flagler State Park

Fort Flagler State Park
Fort Flagler State Park

Fort Flagler State Park

Fort Flagler State Park
Fort Flagler State Park

Fort Flagler State Park

Fort Flagler State Park
Fort Flagler State Park

Fort Flagler State Park

Fort Flagler State Park
Fort Flagler State Park

Fort Flagler State Park

Fort Flagler State Park
Fort Flagler State Park

Fort Flagler State Park

We Park Hosted at Anderson Lake State Park in Washington, outside of Chimacum and near Port Townsend. We took this opportunity to visit some of the campgrounds in the area to provide our thoughts. Keep in mind that we did not camp at these campgrounds... we just drove through them and in some cases took photos. The photos on this post are all of Fort Flagler State Park.

Sequim Bay State Park

This campground feels more like an RV Park than a typical state park. The sites are close together with no privacy. In addition, there are tight curves to navigate within the park. We would personally not choose to camp here.

Dungeness Recreational Area 

There are lots of trees in this campground. That is both good (for privacy) and bad (makes it tricky for big rigs). I liked that there was beach access and what looked to be ample trail hikes. The sites looked like they'd be hard for big rigs and they were fairly close together. This wouldn't be my first choice for a campground in the area, but it wouldn't be bad for a medium size or smaller rig. I think a big rig would have trouble.

 

Fort Flagler State Park 

This is the "sister park" to where we were camp hosts.

 

The pull throughs were the arced type, not the straight type and the back ins were mostly shorter. Some sites would be okay for bigger rigs (for example, 89 and 93). 

The campground at the end of the road had pretty views of water and mountains. The other campground was closed for the season so we couldn't check it out.

There were some drop toilets and some regular washrooms. It was mostly easy for a big rig to navigate, although there was a sharp curve in the campground (see photo), near site 105).

116 is an easy back in on the end of a row and with great views.

There were nice looking trails, a boat launch, bunkers to explore.

The dump would be tricky for a big rig due to trees and fairly sharp arc.