Holly, at the end of the Seabeck-Holly Road has views of Hood Canal, the Olympic Mountains and sunsets. With an average of 68 inches of rain a year, it is the greenest corner of the Kitsap Peninsula.
A waterside residential community with about 60 families (nearly half summer residents) and no commercial establishments, where little has changed in 20 or 30 years.
Around Holly you'll find majestic cedar, fir, maple, and wild cherry trees. Raccoons, foxes, coyotes, eagles, ospreys, dear, owls and eagles are common with bear, bobcat, otter and cougars sightings more rare.
The streams; Anderson Creek and Holly Creek, have the purest water because there is so little development.