Boating & Marinas
Make plans to attend the official
dedication and festival on June 27-28, to celebrate the designation of
the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails as part of the National Water Trails
System. Click here for details.
The Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails (KPWT) is now an official part of the National Water Trails System and the first one in WA State. The KPTW is also the only salt-water trail in the USA. For more information visit the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails page.
Boating along the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails is a natural! With nearly 371 miles of shoreline, our ports, marinas, and launches beckon to boaters of all types. Slips for short term stays are available, or enjoy our long-term moorage opportunities. Bring your kayak, powerboat, sailboat or yacht, you will not be disappointed. See you on the water! Enjoy adventure sports and other
shoreline, water and land recreational activities.
The Washington Water Trails Association (WWTA) recently added the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails to the Cascadia Marine Trail segment. Visit their website for more information and trails around WA State.
Visit WA State Boating License and enjoy boating throughout the Kitsap Peninsula including our small lakes.
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