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Camp Casey Conference Center  

Dining Services


Ebey's Bowling Alley, Coupeville
Coupeville's premier 6-lane locally owned, vintage bowling alley

Greenbank Farm, Greenbank
A working agriculture farm that operates local shops and hosts community events.

Fort Casey State Park, adjacent to Camp Casey
Washington State Park built to protect Puget Sound in 1890. Historic artillery guns and batteries.

Admiralty Head Lighthouse, adjacent to Camp Casey
Built in 1861 and has breathtaking views of surrounding waters, including interpretive center, tours and gift shop.

Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve, Coupeville
Provides a vivid historical record where Pacific Northwest history is still clearly visible in the landscape and available for interpretive tours and recreation.

Deception Pass Boat Tours, North of Oak Harbor
Learn about Deception Pass, the Bridge and surrounding area on a jet boat.

Island Adventures, Anacortes
Whale watching tours that run daily and showcase Orca and Gray whales.

Island County Historical Museum, Coupeville
Local museum which showcases Island County's rich and cultural and geological history.

Sunnyside Pioneer Cemetery, Coupeville
A pioneer burying ground with spectacular vistas, hosts original settlers of the Island, including authentic block houses.

PBY Memorial Naval History Center, Oak Harbor
Display rooms dedicated to all wars and conflicts from WWII to today, artifacts, flight simulator and PBY display.

Farmer's Markets
Many markets happen throughout the spring-fall months on Whidbey for purchase of local produce and crafts.

Callhan's Firehouse, Langley
Glass studio and opportunity to blow your own glass artwork.

Synergo Ropes Course, Langley
Experiential learning through challenges with safely facilitated training and instruction.

Port Townsend
Quick ferry ride from Camp Casey (1/2 mile) to historic Victorian seaport community with shops and dining.


A sweeping view of the beach.
Camp Casey Conference Center