You'll find another old-fort-turned-state-park on nearby Marrowstone Island, which is reached by driving south 9 miles to Port Hadlock on Wash. 19 and then turning east on Wash. 116. From Port Hadlock, it's another 11 miles to the northern tip of Marrowstone Island and Fort Flagler State Park. This large park has a campground, boat ramp, beaches, and hiking trails.
Between Port Hadlock and Marrowstone Island is Indian Island, most of which is an active military base. The waters off the island are popular with sea kayakers, and at the south end of Indian Island is a small park popular with windsurfers.
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