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History and nice beach to walk on too

Took the family out there while visiting Whidbey Island. It is nice to walk on beach with the dogs... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
fishbone95
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St. Johns, Florida
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History but with a great view

We visited the park before catching the ferry to Port Townsend. The fort is a piece of forgotten... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Shaymur
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Fremont, California
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Took the family out there while visiting Whidbey Island. It is nice to walk on beach with the dogs and see the historical items on display

Thank fishbone95
Reviewed 5 days ago

We visited the park before catching the ferry to Port Townsend. The fort is a piece of forgotten history. It overlooks the water and the view is simply spectacular. To read the displays and understand the history of the fort and those that were stationed...More

Thank Shaymur
Reviewed 1 week ago

The fort is very interesting and allows for lots of exploration. The lighthouse is lovely - climb the stairs and ladder to the tower (short) but great view. Shout out to the fabulous volunteer at the lighthouse (Patrick) who was very informative, friendly, and a...More

Thank JMD6694
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of three important historical places in the Puget Sound, the fort is fascinating, the lighthouse wonderful with a visitors center, sweeping views of Puget Sound

Thank JVFKauai
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We took early trip to this park, then take ferry to Olympic park. Fort Casey good for camping, near the water, freeze in late Jun, make sure you wear enough. Ferry start at 7:15, we took 8:45 ferry, remember to reserve on line, or be...More

Thank Mike W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is one of our family's MUST SEES when we visit Whidbey. We can send a whole day here. We love climbing through the old relics, visiting the lighthouse, and flying kites on the field. The beach is wonderful (also, go east and enjoy the...More

Thank 3dj
Reviewed 11 June 2018 via mobile

If you are in the area this is worth a visit. There is not a great deal of information re the history but the gun emplacements are in good condition and you can get a feel for the history.

Thank Rick H
Reviewed 3 June 2018

It's been a awhile since we visited Fort Casey. There is so much to see and do so plan the day accordingly. Kids will have a blast here running through the various rooms in the fort. Make sure to walk over to the lighthouse. The...More

1  Thank Unknown_Traveler
Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile

Ridiculously beautiful and well maintained, enormous facility. What started as just killing time before we could check into a b&b turned into one of the highlights of a weeklong trip. The grassy meadows, wildflowers, headlands, bunnies, trails to driftwood-strewn beaches alone are worth your $10...More

Thank jody c
Reviewed 10 May 2018

Stayed one night each for the past two weeks, depending on weather. Wanted to beat the summer crowd. The campground is great to watch the Port Townsend Ferry traffic and shipping lane as well as birds, rabbits and deer. We even saw a submarine being...More

2  Thank Tiztaz
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Response from Patrick M | Reviewed this property |
The park has several areas. In the area we were in, we were able to do a self-guided tour of the fort itself. Also, the lighthouse is open for visitation. There are hiking trails, including hiking along the beach. There is a... More
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Response from WI_Dweller | Reviewed this property |
Admiralty Inlet is the body of water flowing past Fort Casey with the Strait of Juan de Fuca nearby. These waters are deep with strong, hazardous currents, but a popular area for experienced scuba divers. The beaches are... More
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