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By car, bicycle, horseback, motorcycle or on foot - you'll find a variety of itineraries and ideas for trips around the Kitsap Peninsula. Some are themed, such as history tours, others take advantage of our many ferry routes or include surrounding areas.  Long or short, high energy or relaxing, you’ll find a suggested way to see the Kitsap Peninsula.

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Key Peninsula

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Key Peninsula - Special use and Multi-use Trails
In the near future, this page will describe the CUSHMAN MULTI-USER TRAIL, and other trails (SCUBA, Braille, wheelchair, sailing, fitness, interpretive nature, and mountain biking, etc.). This page will also contain some new accessibility alternatives for website users.
Indianola
Kingston

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Indianola Loop Ride
Indianola Loop bicycle ride, 14 miles, Some hills, mostly rolling. One of the Cascade Bicycle Club, Kitsap Color Classic routes.
Key Peninsula

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Key Peninsula Marine Trail
The kayak trail has close and distant start and finish points in order to allow two choices: either a short shuttle of convenience (1.5 miles between Vaughn and Glen Cove) or a long shuttle with better launch facilities and more parking opportunities (15 miles between Allyn and Purdy). Begin and end where you like.
Key Peninsula

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Key Peninsula Historical Tour
50 mile historical route connecting almost 120 points of interest on the Key Peninsula. Six interpretive signs detail the history of the local areas. Contact the museum to receive a free brochure or to purchase the inexpensive 80 page guide book with maps, directions, photographs, and descriptions.
Hansville

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Seattle PI - Hike of the Week - 3.7.2002
With its moderating weather, March is a great month to explore public beaches, nature preserves and county parks on the Kitsap Peninsula, and Hansville is a good place to start. Point No Point is known to fishermen as a traditional salmon ground, but hikers can visit the lighthouse and the beach. The lighthouse is the oldest on Puget Sound and has been in service since 1880. Foulweather Bluff can be seen to the west and the cliffs of Whidbey Island are viewed across Puget Sound. . .
Suquamish

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Chief Seattle/Suquamish Tribe Tour
Kitsap is the home of the Suquamish tribe and ancestral home of Chief Seattle (or Sealth), namesake of the city of Seattle.  An easy day trip will take you on a historical journey to see and appreciate the area Chief Seattle chose to live.
Gorst
Olalla
Port Orchard
Seabeck

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South Kitsap Scenic & Historical Tour
South Kitsap Peninsula
From the pastoral community of Olalla to Seabeck on Hood Canal, the South Kitsap Tour takes you through historic Port Orchard, to a bonsai garden and pioneer log house.
Bainbridge Island
Bremerton
East Sound
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Port Orchard

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Puget Sound Loop Tour
Big city sights and small town charm, the Puget Sound Loop is approximately 150 miles and can easily be done in a day.


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International Loop
Victoria, BC, Canada
A taste of jolly old England awaits those take the International Loop from the Kitsap Peninsula. Victoria B.C. is just a short drive and ferry ride away on this one day or overnight adventure.
Holly
Seabeck
Silverdale

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Seabeck - Holly Loop Tour
What you'll see: The Kitsap Mall, a shopping mecca, gives way to hilly, sparsely populated roads, magnificent vistas of the Olympic Mountains and Hood Canal, Kitsap's oldest resort, a funky little waterfront town and a restaurant that's decorated in 1920's logging, railroad and farming equipment.
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