Love is in the air on the Kitsap Peninsula. Visit our lodging page to plan your Spring Break Getaway today! Welcome to the beautiful Kitsap Peninsula, conveniently located directly across from the Seattle and the greater Puget Sound. We offer a lot of things to do all year long and a wide range of lodging choices, from beachfront hotels to charming B&Bs and Airbnbs in rural and waterfront settings. It is very easy to get to the Kitsap Peninsula, too. You can hop aboard one of four famous Washington State Ferries or ride (or bike) across the impressive Tacoma Narrows Bridge, located a short ride from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Click on any of the links in the menu above for more information about the region.
Cabin Fever?? Hop aboard a beautiful WA State Ferry or cross the majestic Tacoma Narrow's Bridge and head to the Kitsap Peninsula to enjoy our miles of sandy beaches, wood trails, wildlife habitat and charming waterfront communities. Relax and take a stroll on main streets lined with art galleries, shops and places to eat and drink. Shown above is the bar at Mossback in Kingston. Check out our "Feature Calendar of Events" shown on the right for what's happening right now and visit our Lodging page to plan your getaway right now!
The Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails featured in CANOE & KAYAK's Spring online issue. Read the great article written by staff writer, Natalie Warren who visited Kitsap this past summer and toured the region courtesy of the VKP. Click here to read the article.
Check out the new combined Visitor Guide & Outdoor Recreation & Bike Map. Includes 14 popular cycling routes and information about dozens of communities around the Kitsap Peninsula. Now availble at REI in Silverdale, Poulsbo Maritime Museum, Kingston Chamber, Josephine's Redeemed and Whiskey Gulch in Annapolis (just south of Port Orchard).
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