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Kilisut Harbor at Fort Flagler State Park, Washington State

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Kilisut Harbor, located between Indian Island and Marrowstone Island in Jefferson County, Washington State.  View is from Fort Flagler State Park, on the northwestern corner of Marrowstone Island.

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A: Kilisut Harbor Beach - Fort Flagler State Park, Washington

by Washington State Parks Foundation, 420 meters away

This is a favorite location for local clammers and beachcombers. To the south is Kilisut Harbor, with...

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B: Marine Trail Camp - Fort Flagler State Park, Washington

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This view was taken along the trail that connects the Marine Trail beachside campsite and the main Lo...

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C: Marine Trails Campsite - Fort Flagler State Park, Washington

by Washington State Parks Foundation, 540 meters away

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D: Bluff Trail - Fort Flagler State Park, Washington

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E: Wilderness Trail - Fort Flagler State Park, Washington

by Washington State Parks Foundation, 660 meters away

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F: Searchlight #13 Shelter - Fort Flagler State Park, Washington

by Washington State Parks Foundation, 700 meters away

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G: Searchlight #13 - Fort Flagler State Park, Washington

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H: Reservoir Trail - Fort Flagler State Park, Washington

by Washington State Parks Foundation, 1.0 km away

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I: Battery Bankhead, Pit B - Fort Flagler State Park, Washington

by Washington State Parks Foundation, 1.1 km away

Battery Bankhead was completed in 1902 and was initially equipped with eight 12" Mortars, 4 mortars i...

Battery Bankhead, Pit B - Fort Flagler State Park, Washington

J: Battery Bankhead, Pit A - Fort Flagler State Park, Washington

by Washington State Parks Foundation, 1.1 km away

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This panorama was taken in Fort Flagler State Park, Washington, USA

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