Friends of Whidbey State Parks
Support Your Local Parks...Visit,Volunteer, Learn, be a Friend!
Admiralty Head Lighthouse
State Park &
Fort Casey is Steeped in History
Built in the late 1800's for military defense, you can explore the old structures and learn from the many interpretive panels in the park. The fort has two rare 10-inch disappearing guns and tours of ,
The Admiralty Head Lighthouse, built in 1903, has a fresnel lens light on display and a gift shop.
Keystone Spit has two miles of beach and logs separating Puget Sound and Crocket Lake. It's a great place to fish and skuba dive from the boat launch. Learn more at:
Washington State Parks
Reserve a Campsite
Brochure & Map
Office Phone (360) 678-4519
Campsites & Group Camping (888) 226-7688
Washington Trails Association