Camp Hoskins

Camp Richmond

Camp Wilson
Fort Flagler  State Park - Retreat Center

Fort Flagler State Park's Retreat Center is comprised of ten World War II- era buildings, with a combined capacity of over 250 guests.  The buildings are divided into 3 'Camps', with an additional Recreation Hall available for day-use rental.

Camp Hoskins is the largest, located on the north end of the parade ground, with 3 dormitory buildings and dining hall with commercial-grade kitchen.  Each building can be rented individually or combined depending on your groups needs.

Camp Richmond is a single, two-story structure overlooking Marrowstone Point with commercial kitchen, dining hall and common room on the ground floor, and a dormitory on the 2nd floor divided into two wings.

Camp Wilson is comprised of 3 smaller buildings on the west side of the parade ground.  The main building has a 5 bunk rooms and a dining/kitchen area.  A secondary building serves as an additional dormitory with a divided common bunk room and 2 individual bedrooms.  A third building is the camp's recreation hall.

The historic Theater is part of Camp Hoskins, but can be rented seperately for special events. With a stage and plenty of seating, the building can be arranged to meet whatever needs your group has. 

The Recreation Hall is also part of Camp Hoskins, and like the Theater, can be rented seperately. This hall has a small kitchen and restrooms, making it great for small receptions.

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