Fort Casey State Park is a 467-acre marine and camping park with a lighthouse, World War 2 gun battery (with 4 guns on display), sweeping views of Admiralty Inlet and the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and 2 miles of saltwater shoreline on Keystone Spit adjacent to the Keystone to Port Townsend Ferry landing.
Park amenities include 1.8 miles of hiking trails, 2 saltwater boat ramps, diving, fishing, and interpretive activities within the gun battery and adjacent historic 1890s era military garrison post that includes officer’s quarters, enlisted barracks, and other facilities.
The park also provides a designated remote-controlled glider area and parade field popular for kite flying. The lighthouse and interpretive facility is open on a seasonal basis.
The park provides 35 standard campsites with 1 restroom and 1 shower facility on a year round basis next to the Keystone Ferry Terminal. Maximum site length is 40 feet. The park provides 68 unsheltered picnic tables available on a first-come, first-serve basis.