Welcome to Kitsap Peninsula!
Welcome to the Kitsap Peninsula
The beautiful Kitsap Peninsula region is located directly across from Seattle and offers a quieter, relaxing life much more connected to nature. Kitsap is just a short hop on the famous WA State Ferry or a drive across the impressive Tacoma Narrows Bridge.
The Kitsap Peninsula is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty and many opportunities to enjoy safe and healthy outdoor recreational activities all year round. The Kitsap Peninsula region is a year-round destination for family recreation and nature based activities. You’ll find dozens of county, city and state parks that offer access to beaches, trails, shelters, picnic areas and skate parks
Live within minutes of miles of shoreline, wide-open spaces, and fresh air. Explore waterfront communities lined with marinas and beaches.
Bainbridge Island is a city and island in Puget Sound and the second largest city in Kitsap County. The island is connected to Seattle via the Washington State Ferries system and to Poulsbo by State Route 305, which uses the Agate Pass Bridge. Bremerton lies to the southwest of the Island.Although
Belfair is the gateway town for the Hood Canal region, and is the town closest to Tahuya State Forest, famed for its miles of off-road vehicle and mountain biking. The ferry to Seattle at Bremerton is 22 miles east and Gig Harbor and the Tacoma Narrows Bridge are 30 miles southeast.
Bremerton is the largest city on the Kitsap Peninsula. Bremerton is connected to downtown Seattle by two ferries: a 60-minute ferry that carries both vehicles and walk-on passengers, and a 28-minute Fast Ferry that carries passengers and a limited number of bicycles.Bremerton is home to Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and the
Gig Harbor is an adorable and pleasantly small harbor town just across the Narrows Bridge. From Gig Harbor, Tacoma can be reached in under 20 minutes and Seattle in just under an hour!Gig Harbor is known as "the gateway to the Olympic Peninsula" due to its close access to several
Kingston is a cozy waterfront community along the shores of Appletree Cove and Puget Sound. It is home to a major Washington State Ferry terminal linking it to Edmonds.Washington State Route 104 runs through the community from the Washington State Ferry terminal, leading northwest 7 miles to Port Gamble and the
Port Orchard is located 13 miles due west of West Seattle and is connected to Seattle and Vashon Island via the Washington State Ferries run to Southworth. It is named after Port Orchard, the strait that separates Bainbridge Island from the Kitsap Peninsula.Port Orchard is notable because of its close proximity
Poulsbo is a thriving community that sits at the north end of Liberty Bay, a sheltered arm of Puget Sound; it is the smallest of Kitsap County's four cities. It is northwest of Silverdale.The Kingston ferry to Edmonds is just 10 miles away. State Hwy 303 leads southeast 13 miles to
Seabeck is a rural Hood Canal waterfront community just 8 miles west of Silverdale and 15 miles from the ferry to Seattle at Bremerton. Seabeck is known for cycling, kayaking and scenic drives with spectacular views of Hood Canal and the Olympic Mountains.In Seabeck you can enjoy quiet, beautiful, fresh country
Silverdale is the largest retail hub in the region and offers visitors the unique opportunity to enjoy both a great shopping and outdoor recreation experience. It is located 9 miles northwest of Bremerton and the same distance south of Poulsbo. The Bremerton ferries to Seattle are 10 miles away and the