The Kitsap Peninsula is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty and many opportunities to enjoy safe and healthy outdoor recreational activities all year round. Whether visiting or living in the region, when out touring the town or hiking the trails, please follow official health guidelines as you Discover the Treasures Around the Kitsap Peninsula.
The Kitsap Peninsula is a popular destination for outdoor recreational events. Whether you enjoy cycling, kayaking or trail running/hiking, there are a number of upcoming events to sign up for now. Check out the following below.
• Viking Golf Classic - July 16 - at White Horse Golf Club - Kingston - brought to you by Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce. The tournament is open to everyone...bring a friend, or two, or round it out with a foursome for a great day of golf.
• Hot Foot 5k Trail Run - June 26 - South Regional Park - Port Orchard - 5K and 1 mile walk or run
• Seagull Splat 5K Run/Walk - September 5 - Port Orchard
• Kitsap Color Classic - September 26 - Annual bike event with choice of various north Kitsap bike routes and distances: 25-mile, 35-mile or 50 mile route.
Use the Recreation Search filter to find more outdoor recreational activities happening in and around the Kitsap Peninsula.
Kitsap is now following WA State Phase 3 Guidelines that allow outdoor recreation activities. Below are links to information about locations and maps including those featured in Craig Romana's popular Kitsap Urban Trails Guide.
KitsapBites.com is our website devoted to providing support to independent, locally owned places to eat & drink all around the Kitsap Peninsula. More listings are in the process of being added but if you have a local favorite you would like to share, send an email to .
Use our Eating & Drink Search to find options for more eating, drinking, services and amenities. Please note that not all establishments are fully open or may be offering limited hours and services. Please check with each establishment to confirm details.
Check out our new web page which features a wide range of outdoor art located around the Kitsap Peninsula region in both urban and natural environments...and nearly all are free and open to the public for viewing any time of the year.