Lodging With a Historic Past
Year-round lodging at Camp Casey is circa early 1900s when military housing accommodated 428 enlisted men and 10 officers. The U.S. Army Quartermasters created Fort Casey as a planned living community for those stationed here.
Remnants from the past are still present, including wooden floors, pressed tin ceilings, wrap-around porches, and large wardrobes. Each lodging facility is heated and provides beds, restrooms, and showers.
There are three types of building configurations:
For groups sized 20–325.
Conducive to team-building and single-gender groups. Genders can be divided per building or per floor.
For groups sized 4–120.
More private accommodations, providing two single beds in most rooms. Bathrooms are available per floor.
For groups sized 2–30.
Houses provide cozier opportunities for connecting in a meeting room and kitchen, while also providing lodging for all ages. Various bedroom configurations feature full, queen, bunk, and single beds.
Camp Casey also has a campground that offers 25 sites for tent camping and RVs, with a group capacity of 150 people.