Camp Casey Conference Center is located three miles south of Coupeville, WA on Whidbey Island, just south of Hwy. 20. Follow the signs toward the Keystone Ferry terminal. The South Entrance to Camp Casey is well signed just before the entrance to Fort Casey State Park and the ferry terminal parking lot.
What to Do and What to Know at Camp Casey
WHAT TO DO ~ Many folks wonder what there is to do at Camp Casey. Here is just a partial list: • Walk the miles of beachfront • Hike on miles of trails • Visit Washington State Park, Fort Casey and the Admiralty Head Lighthouse • Walk on the ferry to Port Townsend • Fly a kite (bring your own) • Play in the field, basketball, volleyball or tennis courts • Visit the outdoor heated pool • Check out the National Park Ebey’s Reserve (Casey is located inside this boundary)
WHAT TO KNOW ~ • Quiet hours are from 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. • Fort Casey State Park (next door) closes at dusk, even to walkers and hikers. All park regulations and state laws are strictly enforced by the Park Rangers inside the park. • Smoking, alcoholic beverages, firearms, fireworks, candles and illegal substances are not allowed. • Pets are not allowed (with the exception of prescribed assistance dogs.) • Wading and swimming in the Puget Sound waters is prohibited (dangerousrip tide!) • No driftwood or marine life may be removed from the beach. No driftwood may be burned at campfires. • The septic system is very fragile, only flush toilet paper down the toilets. • Respect the other guest groups staying at Camp Casey. • Drive slowly and carefully at all times on Casey roads. Speed Limit is 5 MPH. • Do not drag heavy tables or furniture across any floors or carpeted areas of the buildings or move furniture or mattresses. • The bluffs, ocean beach, hiking at night and concrete bunkers can be extremely hazardous. Be careful!
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