Welcome to the beautiful Kitsap Peninsula conveniently located directly across from the Seattle side of Puget Sound. You can get to the Kitsap Peninsula region via one of four Washington State Ferries, and from the south near Seattle-Tacoma International Airport via the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. Click on any of the links above for information and our Events Calendar for what's happening right now. Visit Where To Stay for lodging option and Where to Go to discover the dozens for communities around the region.
Everything is in bloom on the Kitsap Peninsula and it's the prefect time to get out of the house and enjoy fresh air and wide-open spaces. You'll find lots of ideas in our June eNews, our Featured Calendar of events and click on our Things to Do tab above. Enjoy!
Check out the new combined Visitor Guide & Outdoor Recreation & Bike Map. Included 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).
NW Travel Magazine - June Edition - Camping on the Water featuring Little Norway
Seattle Refined - April
- Road Tripping to the Kitsap Peninsla
Sunset - April
- Kitsap Peninsual Water Trails
Huffington Post - March
- Land of the Suquamish
Southern Daily Echo, UK - March
- Olympic & Kitsap Peninsulas
NW Travel Magazine - Kitsap
The Kitsap Peninsula is a popular destination for all types of outdoor recreation activities including kayaking, scuba diving, boating, moutain bike races, major regional cycling and BMX events, and certified marathons.
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