Fort Casey Inn was acquired by a private owner in 1956 from the U.S. Government at a public auction, and was opened to guests. The previous owners have lovingly restored the Inn. These unique Georgian Revival-style homes are decorated with patriotic memorabilia and antiques that fill the Inn’s rooms with history and nostalgia. The Fort Casey Inn was purchased in 2001 by Seattle Pacific University. Seattle Pacific owns and operates Camp Casey Conference Center, long time neighbor to the Inn.
The Inn is located next door to Fort Casey State Park with its bunkers, lighthouse, 10-inch disappearing guns, public beaches and trails. Spectacular views of the Straits of Juan de Fuca, Olympic Mountains, Cascade Mountains, and the San Juan Islands are in walking distance.
The Inn also overlooks Crockett Lake, which is a natural bird sanctuary and Admiralty Bay on Puget Sound.
Guests can spend time browsing throughout the shops of historic Coupeville, located five minutes away by car or take the Port Townsend/Keystone Ferry (.9 miles from the Inn) to the wonderful shops and ambiance of the Port Townsend community.
Garrison hall is available for weddings, seminars and retreats. Information packets are available.
Each two bedroom house, has a living area, upstairs bath and farm kitchen accommodations. Guests have access to the following:
The inviting row of Fort Casey Inn cottages together sleep up to 45.