When I was a child, visiting Fort Casey (an old military installation) meant company picnics, double dares (for walking in the dark chambers of the fort), and taking photographs. Thirty-five years late, the Washington State park still draws crowds.
Whether that is staying in the old barracks and officer housing as guests or exploring the beach, campsites, and the fort itself, Fort Casey attracts tourists and locals alike. I chose to experiment with my camera and experienced wonderful photo opportunities on my February 10, 2018 visit to the State park. And since I arrived on-foot, I didn’t have to purchase a Discovery Pass. (Bicyclists and hikers don’t pay the park fee).