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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 - Kimball Drive & Civic Center Tour
Services and shops along Kimball Drive are there to serve you. Gig Harbor's civic center is located in this neighborhood, as well as one of the regions top-rated skate parks.
Bremerton
Keyport
Port Gamble
Poulsbo
Silverdale
Suquamish

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Navigating the Wonders of Washington - A Maritime Tour
Navigating the Natural Wonders of Washington State - a maritime exploration of Western Washington.
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.
Bainbridge Island
Bremerton
Port Orchard
Poulsbo
Silverdale

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Kitsap Peninsula "by boat, bus and just a few bucks"
For the Public Transportation enthusiasts, or just for fun and a handful of dollar bills, you can traverse the Kitsap Peninsula by public transit, touring the new waterfront development in Bremerton, visiting antique shops in Port Orchard, stopping by a shopping mall in Silverdale, walking and shopping in the quaint Nordic-heritage streets of Poulsbo, enjoying the bus-window view from the Agate Pass Bridge, and catching a Seattle ferry back to Seattle from Bainbridge Island. It's one of the best bargains around.
Port Orchard
Retsil
Southworth

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South Kitsap Bike Tour
Riders have two options here. You can take the Bremerton ferry from Seattle and then hop on the foot ferry for the 10-minute ride to Port Orchard, or you can take the Fauntleroy ferry from West Seattle to Southworth and reverse the route. This ride is mostly flat. The 18-mile round trip takes two to three hours.
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.
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.
Bainbridge Island
Bremerton
Keyport
Port Gamble
Poulsbo
Suquamish

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Kitsap & Olympic Peninsulas Highlight Tour
Highlights of the Olympic & Kitsap Peninsulas - This tour was developed for groups and some of the items, such as the guided tours, are usually available for groups only, but the basic itinerary is good for any visitor. The tour covers both the Olympic & Kitsap Peninsulas in a counter clockwise direction beginning at the Bremerton waterfront. Remember, there are several entry points to the Peninsulas and major highways encircle it, so you can go either direction or enter at different points, customizing your tour.
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.
Kingston
Port Gamble
Poulsbo
Suquamish

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Poulsbo/Port Gamble Loop Ride
Poulsbo/Port Gamble Loop Ride. 36 miles, some hills, mostly rolling. One of the loop options of the Cascade Bicycle Club, Kitsap Color Classic (2004)
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