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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.
All Kitsap Peninsula

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Kitsap Tours
PO Box 766
Suquamish, WA 98392
877.877.1950
Just a ferry ride from Seattle, explore Bainbridge Island and the Kitsap Peninsula in a luxury mini coach with a knowledgeable guide and time to explore on your own. Photo Safaris / History & Heritage / Garden Tours / Winery & Brewery Tours / Special Event Tours - an ever changing list of regularly scheduled and specialty tours or plan your own custom adventure for groups up to 12.
Key Peninsula

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Key Peninsula - Bicycle tour - three loops on paved roads
This on-road route follows secondary streets around the Key Peninsula. Whenever and wherever possible, it avoids the main highways (#302 & KPH) by using some of the original "territorial road" and other rural avenues. Although not yet fully finished, this trail needs the construction of 5 miles of bike path parallel to the KPH and 2 connector segments to be complete. The KPTC will be working on these needs, as well as other bypasses, over the next couple of years.
Bainbridge Island
Bremerton
Hansville
Kingston
Port Gamble
Port Orchard
Poulsbo
Seabeck
Silverdale
Suquamish

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HWY 16 Grand Tour of Kitsap
This route takes you from Interstate 5 in Tacoma, across the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, and onto the Kitsap Peninsula. It's the best route for those traveling from southern Washington or Oregon.
Hansville
Kingston
Port Gamble
Poulsbo

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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.

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 - Driving tour - a route through history
This route begins and ends at the Key Peninsula Historical Society's Museum in Vaughn. It is approximately 50 miles long and connects over 100 places of historical significance. The points of interest represent collections of these historical places.
Bainbridge Island
Bremerton
Hansville
Port Gamble
Poulsbo
Silverdale

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Kitsap Volkssporters
206.780.1334
A non-profit organization dedicated to the non-competitive sport of volks walking. Several year round hiking itineraries for the Kitsap Peninsula can be found on our website.
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.
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.
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