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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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Gig Harbor

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Gig Harbor Waterfront Tour
The waterfront features an active fishing industry that is the cornerstone of our community. Take in the wide variety of shopping and dining opportunities as you stroll the waterfront on foot via Harborview Drive. Learn a bit of Northwest history by following the historic markers along the History Walk.
Bremerton
Keyport
Silverdale
Tracyton

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Central Kitsap Scenic & Historical Tour
Central Kitsap Peninsula
Tour old town in Silverdale, a naval undersea museum, a Vietnam era destroyer and several world-class museums and buildings on our tour of Central Kitsap.
Gig Harbor

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Gig Harbor - Olympic Drive & the Westside Tour
Everything you need, from groceries, fashion, drugstores and hardware - you name it.
Bremerton
Keyport
Port Gamble
Poulsbo "Little Norway"

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Washington's Waterfront
National Geographic driving tour; Via road and ferry, this route makes ports of call throughout the jigsaw puzzle of islands and peninsulas that characterize the Puget Sound region. A notably varied drive, it includes the metropolitan amenities of Seattle, the naval culture of Kitsap Peninsula, the Victorian charm of historic Port Townsend, small towns nuzzled by deep blue waters, and miles of forested coves and islands.
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.
Bainbridge Island
Bremerton
Hansville
Keyport
Kingston
Port Gamble
Poulsbo "Little Norway"
Seabeck
Silverdale
Suquamish

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Edmonds/Kingston Ferry Itinerary
The Peninsula's best entry point for those north of the Seattle-Tacoma corridor, Kingston is a 1/2 ferry hour ride from Edmonds. The ferry from Edmonds takes travelers from the North Seattle/Everett side of the sound to the northern tip of the Kitsap Peninsula. Travelers can also leave their car in Edmonds near the dock and walk aboard.
Hansville
Kingston
Port Gamble
Poulsbo "Little Norway"

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North Kitsap Scenic & Historical Tour
North Kitsap Peninsula

From the pristine waterfront community of Kingston, the North Kitsap Tour takes you to a working lighthouse, an historic company town and a quaint Norwegian community, Poulsbo.

Click here to download a map of the North Kitsap Peninsula region with updated visitor attractions and places.

Gig Harbor

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Gig Harbor North - Purdy & the Key Peninsula Tour
This scenic area is not to be missed. Follow the heritage markers which identify historic sites through this area. Pick up essential provisions at a store along Borgen Boulevard before you set out.
Key Peninsula

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Key Peninsula - Hiking from head to toe!
The idea of a trail from the "Head" at Devil's Head to the "Toe" of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge has been part of Pierce County comprehensive planning for more than a decade. Such a trail is possible like a string of pearls. The trail strings its way from the Cushman Trail in the North (already linked to Gig Harbor) to Devil's Head in the south by following various rights of way and connecting the pearls of interesting properties and places along the way. Estimated at about 20 miles in length, with 5 miles of spur trails, the trail lends itself nicely to weekend backpacking with "civilized" camping at several state parks and "wilderness" camping along the way.
Silverdale
Union

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Hood Canal Loop
Quilcene, Brinnon, Hoodsport, Union
A shorter version of the Olympics loop, the Hood Canal Loop winds along the Hood Canal with great views and charming waterfront communities. Allow about 6 to 8 hours to cover the 200 mile route.
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