Volunteers play a big role at Fort Flagler, and we can always use more!

What do volunteers do? They serve as camp hosts, assist in visitor centers and answer questions from the public; maintain and restore trails; give museum tours and interpret history; assist in restoration and preservation projects, and provide routine maintenance such as grounds-keeping.

Who can be a Washington state volunteer? Individuals, couples, families, school groups, citizen groups, service organizations and corporations. Anyone can be a Washington State Parks volunteer!

Ask a Ranger or park volunteer how you can sign-up to be a volunteer and help keep Fort Flagler and other parks in top condition! 
The Gun Group Command Post
gets a new coat of paint.
Volunteers greet visitors at the annual Halloween fundraiser. Attention to detail -
helping keep the grounds looking good year round.