Fort Casey State Park

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Activity Category: Parks and Scenery and State Parks

  • Profile

    Fort Casey State Park is a 467-acre marine camping park with a lighthouse and sweeping views of Admiralty Inlet and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.  It is the home of a military fort built in the 1890’s to defend Puget Sound from potential attacking ships. It never saw battle.  The artillery post features two historic guns on display. The park features 10,810 feet of saltwater shoreline on Puget Sound (Admiralty Inlet), and includes Keystone Spit, a two-mile-plus stretch of land separating Admiralty Inlet and Crocket Lake.

    Historic Fort Casey was once part of the nation’s maritime defense effort. Together with two other forts on Admiralty Inlet, they formed what was called the “Triangle of Death” as no invading vessel would be able to avoid the guns from all three forts.

    Admiralty Head Lighthouse actually preceded the fort and was moved to make room for the fort.

    Admission: $10 a day or a Discover Pass.  The park has an automated pay station.

    Activities include:

    • 1.8 miles of hiking trails
    • boating
    • camping
    • diving
    • saltwater fishing
    • boat ramp
    • bird watching
  • More Info
    Address 1280 Engle Rd
    United States
    Hours Daily 8 – Dusk