Poulsbo is a mecca for cyclists, too and the scenic shorelines around the region offer excellent opportunities to enjoy our natural beauty and get fresh air and exercise!
Visit Kitsap Peninsula directed producers of the the mega, international foodie website, MUNCHIES to makes some stops on the Kitsap Peninsula as part of their series on WA State. This is the first of two in the series. The Going Deep series features fishing off a pier in Seattle, goeduck hunting in Shelton and eating lutefisk at Tizely's Europub in Poulsbo! Munchies has a following of 192,000 Facebook fans, 50,000 Twitter followers. It's parent company is VICE with 4.2 million Facebook fans! Enjoy
Poulsbo is a great place to enjoy a weekend getaway anytime of the year. "Little Norway" has a wonderful, pedestrian friendly, historic downtown lined with shops, casual and fine dining choices, art galleries with local artwork and historic attractions including the Martinson Cabin Museum in Nelson Park on Lindvig Way.
OPENING AUGUST 8th: Poulsbo Maritime Museum & Visitor Center in Downtown Historic Poulsbo: 19010 Front Street NE - Open Daily, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Poulsbo Maritime Museum will showcase the rich maritime and invite guests to explore the amazingly diverse history, from families traveling dock to dock to get to their farm products to market in Seattle. The museum will feature items from the Pacific Coast Codfish Co. and Mosquito Fleet that served Poulsbo and include ship models, maps and a maritime library. The museum will also include a visitor center.
Permanent and guest moorage with lots of amenities! Easy to reach all of the wonderful shops and restaurants that Poulsbo has to offer for the day, the weekend or the week. The Poulsbo Marina is an excellent place to start or end your Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails adventure! There is kayak and SUP rentals and the beautiful Liberty Bay offers a safe and leisure opportunity to explore the shorelines and waterways.