A row of two-story wood-frame barracks line the parade field on Casey’s south campus. These buildings once housed the enlisted military personnel stationed here during World Wars I & II. Now these barracks, referred to as company quarters, are available as sleeping facilities and can hosts groups of 35-475.
Company Quarters A, B, C, D, E & G are open bay barracks; each floor is one open room stacked with bunk beds. They maintain a “boot camp” atmosphere while offering the comforts of heat, indoor bathrooms and hot showers. Bedding and towels are not provided, however linen packets, which include these items, can be rented prior to arrival.
Company Quarters H & J were remodeled in 2001 to create dorm-like accommodations and to allow wheelchair access to both floors. Each of these facilities can host groups of 22-35. Each floor has a central hallway, with private rooms on either side. The rooms contain twin beds and a dresser. The bathrooms are centrally located and have wheelchair-accessible toilets, sinks and showers.
At the end of each upper floor in H and J, is a generously sized meeting space. The rooms are lined with sofa seating. Café tables and chairs are set in the center. An extended deck and staircase is located off each of these meeting rooms, and, as these are the two barracks closest to the water, the views of Admiralty Inlet are expansive and spectacular.
Please click here for building description and layout of Company Quarters A-G.
Please click here for building description and layout of Company Quarters H & J.