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Fort Casey State Park, Coupeville

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Contact: +1 360 678 5050
Open Hours: 8am-dusk daily
Fort Casey rounds out a quartet of decommissioned forts built to guard against the threat of attack during the 1904 Russo-Japanese War. Eventually the forts became state parks. On a sunny day, the breeze blows off the water over the cliffs at the fort. Kids clamber over the gun emplacements, and teenagers explore the dark, empty bunkers. Grassy meadows are perfect for picnicking and kite flying, and trails lead down to the sandy beach. The fort's buildings are now dorms for a variety of kids' summer camps. It opens daily at 8a.