Port Gamble

The village streets of this once bustling logging town haven't changed much since the 1850s. Today this very popular tourist destination for visitor from around the region is filled with unique textile shops, book and antique stores, tea-rooms, cafes, and even a historic theater. Many of the shops are located in original New England Victorian-style homes have been restored and preserved, along with the town's general store and stately church shown above. While you're there, visit the hilltop cemetery and look for the grave of the first US Navy man killed in battle in the Northwest. Port Gamble famous for it's paranormal activity and host an annual Ghost Conference in October. 

Port Gamble Historic Museum

Port Gamble Historic Museum

Port Gamble is a National Historic site and prior to its closing in 1995, the Port Gamble Mill was the oldest continuously operating sawmill operating in North America. Take time during your visit to stop by the museum and learn about the history behind this quaint, waterside town.
Port Gamble General Store & Cafe

Port Gamble General Store & Cafe

The centerpiece of Port Gamble is the Port Gamble General Store & Cafe. Housed in the same historic location as it has been since the time of serving the active mill until 1995, it currently offers a delightful stop for food & fun.  Delicious meals, delightful gifts and clever cards await you in this "must stop" destination.
Kayaking & Cycling

Kayaking & Cycling

Port Gamble is a great place to start or stop an outdoor recreation adventure on the Kitsap Peninsula. Olympic Outdoor Center offers kayak and bike rental and there is a boat launch at the old mill site.