Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails & Launches
The Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails (KPWT) is now officially part of the National Water Trails System! The KP Water Trails is the first water trail designated in WA State and also the only salt-water water trail in the USA.
Click here to read the article in the Kitsap Sun.
Click here to download a PDF of the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails Map in formatted in two printable pages.
The Kitsap Peninsula
Water Trails partners have been working closely with the WA Water Trails
Association and we are happy to announce that the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails are also part of the Washington Water Trails Cascadia Marine Trail segment.
To help manage and grow the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails, Kitsap County has formed the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails Alliance that includes stakeholders throughout the region. In the near future we will be adding a separate page to share news and information about KPWT Alliance activities.
"Where the Mountains meet the Sea” Kitsap County has the second longest coastline in Washington State and is surrounded by some of the most spectacular marine environments on the planet. Kitsap is a destination for paddlers around the globe because of its unique marine environments, natural scenic beauty of mountains and sound, migrating marine mammal populations, and friendly and inviting ports and towns stepped in tradition.
Spend a day, spend a week, the exploration will never end along our almost 371 miles of shoreline and the newly created Kitsap Peninsula Water Trail.Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails Map in the NEWS
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Kitsap Sun Paddle Kitsap Spotslights Region's Marine Tourism
Kitsap Sun New Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails Map - June
North Kitsap Herald - Water Trails Dedication - August 7, 2012
Kitsap Sun - Water Trails Dedication - August 7, 2012
National Parks Service Names Kitsap Pen. Water Trails of the Month for December 2012