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 settings. Guillemot Cove Nature Reserve offers access to saltwater beaches, trails and wildlife viewing. Scenic Beach State Park offers camping, picnic areas and trails. There is also the Wildcat Lake and Park, and green mountain trails for mountain bike and dirt bikes.
The historic Seabeck General Store, which dates back to the town's founding in 1856 is open daily, featuring groceries, snacks, drinks, and personal items. The store offers a great wine selection and homemade sandwiches. Next door is Seabeck Pizza and an art gallery. All of these locations are right next to the great public pier and Olympic View Marina which has overnight moorage and launch. It's the perfect place to enjoy a journey along the Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails! Bring your boat, kayak or bike and delight in this magical little town.
The population was 1,105 at the 2010 census.
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Dewatto is a rural waterfront community located directly on the Hood Hood Canal Peninsula approximately seven miles west of Belfair and seventeen miles south of Bremerton and the ferry to Seattle. The area is also recognized as a recreational area due to its location adjacent to the Hood Canal and many freshwater lakes located throughout this region.
Dewatto has amazing views of the Olympic Mountains and Olympic Peninsula. Many freshwater lakes are located throughout this area as well.
The Port of Dewatto maintains a natural and primitive campground on the Dewatto River. The campground is within walking distance of beautiful Dewatto Bay. There are many possibilities for outdoor sports and water activities, while preserving the natural beauty and rural character of the area. Residents and visitors enjoy the many nature trails and this is also a destination for dirt bike riding.
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