Camp Casey Conference Center welcomes back small gatherings, with new safety measures in place. The coronavirus outbreak forced the Whidbey Island landmark into a 19-week closure, the longest in its history since opening to the public as a conference center in 1956.
“We’re pleased to invite small groups back to safely explore the natural beauty of our waterfront location,” said Conference Services Manager Robyn Myers. “This is an ideal place to reconnect with nature, and with each other.”
Strict hygiene and safety measures are in place to ensure everyone is protected, including limiting groups to 10 people or fewer. Other requirements: Keeping 6 feet of distance from each other, frequent handwashing, and wearing face coverings in public areas.
“We’ve also established appropriate health protocols to ensure safe lodging and dining,” said Myers. “We invite groups to confidently hike forest trails and experience that sense of wonder only an outdoor setting like this can provide. Our bald eagles, deer, bunnies, and whales are eager to say hello.”
In order to enjoy the Camp Casey facilities, guests must sign a waiver. Plus, self-screening is required at the beginning of each day, with guests confirming they are in good health.
Camp Casey is located in Island County, which moved early into Phase 3 of Gov. Jay Inslee’s Safe Start plan for gradually reopening the state during the COVID-19 pandemic. The county’s rate of new COVID-19 infections remains low. Camp Casey Conference Center is the perfect location for an inspiring group getaway to Whidbey Island, Washington. Ideal for sports camps, church groups, outdoor education camps, summer camps, and other nonprofit endeavors, Camp Casey provides overnight accommodations and food service for groups large and small. Explore our group lodging packages and start planning your next group retreat today!