Fort Casey on Whidbey Island


Well worth a visit! Built during World War II to prevent the Japanese from invading. It is also adjacent to the now decommissioned Admiralty Lighthouse. There is also another fort on the other side of the channel.

Below is a photograph of our Roadtrek which we travel in and enjoy it very much with the lighthouse in the background.

Present-day use of this channel seems to be primarily cruise ships heading to a returning from Alaska.


The well-kept mowed area of this facility is enjoyed by the native deer.

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