Silverdale offers visitors the largest shopping complex between Seattle-Tacoma, gorgeous waterfronts, a variety of dining options, and scenic drives to and from Bremerton, which is home of one of many Washington State Ferry Terminals. There are several big name brands and small town businesses, which gives Silverdale a diverse appeal. It is one of the the peninsula's most desirable destinations for visiting military families or out-of-town aquatic enthusiasts and adventure travelers.
Anchored by the Kitsap Mall, shoppers will find plenty of familiar regional and national retailers, restaurants and services to meet nearly any need imaginable. And just around the corner from the mall is the brand new REI Kitsap Peninsula location. This gives local and visiting outdoor enthusiasts the convenient opportunity to shop for quality outdoor gear without the hustle & bustle of the metropolitan commute.
Silverdale also offers scenic trails, award winning breweries, and and beachfront hotels with attractive views of Dyes Inlet and The Cascade Mountains. It is a gateway to the Hood Canal which is home to many parks and waterfront attractions, and a mainstay for military service men and women from all around. The easy beach access offers opportunities for kayaking, scuba diving, boating, and much more. Kayak and other outdoor equipment rentals are available year-round. The local favorite is the scenic Clear Creek Trail, which winds through Silverdale's urban areas. There is also plenty of indoor activities, such as bowling, movies theaters, and indoor swimming facilities.
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|Coutesy of Kitsap County Historical Society. Circa 1889|
While you're there, don't miss the historic building in Old Town Silverdale, a friendly community perched on the waterfront. You'll discover plenty of quaint shops, galleries and casual cafes with panoramic waterfront views. It is the town's most charming area with vintage qualities and a friendly neighborhood flare. Old Town hosts live music in the evenings and a seasonal farmers market during the day.
The waterfront park has a gazebo, playground for kids, public boat ramp, moorage, picnic spots, restaurants and a beach walkway.Silverdale is centrally located on the Kitsap Peninsula. It is a short drive from the Bremerton or Bainbridge Island ferry, or you can arrive by car via the Narrows Bridge just off hwy 3.