Perched at the northern entrance to Puget Sound on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, Fort Worden State Park is revered as a legendary gathering place; a site of retreat, renewal and discovery. With a 360 degree panorama of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains, the Fort’s 434 acres are bordered by pristine wetlands and miles of sandy beaches. Nearly a dozen learning-focused partner organizations call the Fort home, providing educational experiences for tens of thousands of citizens looking for a truly special experience.

State Park
Washington State Parks website for Fort Worden
Conference planning and special events: 360-344-4435 or
Accommodations: 360-344-4434 or
Camping: 360-344-4431 or
Conference programs supervisor: 360-344-4406 or
Park area manager: 360-344-4401 or
Volunteer opportunities: 360-344-4442 or
Food services: 360-344-4440 or

Centrum: 360-385-3102 or
Coast Artillery Museum: 360-385-0373
Commanding Officer’s Quarters: 360-344-4400
Copper Canyon Press: 360-385-4925 or
Friends of Fort Worden: 360-344-4459 or
Goddard College: 360-344-4100 or
Madrona Mindbody Institute: 360-344-4475 or
Olympic Hostel: 360-385-0655 or
Peninsula College: 360-385-4605
Port Townsend Marine Science Center: 360-385-5582 or
Port Townsend School of Woodworking: 360-344-4455 or
Third Ear Project: 360-385-5929 or

Fort Worden Advisory Committee
The Fort Worden Advisory Commitee (FWAC) was created in 1973 by the Washington State Parks Commission “to provide assistance and recommendations for the development and operation of Fort Worden State Park.”  It is specifically charged to serve as both an advisor and a resource on matters relating to the development and management of the park.  FWAC hosts a public blog which has been created to keep the public better informed of issues regarding the Park and to solicit the public’s opinions and comments.  You are encouraged to join the discussion!