Welcome to the Kitsap Peninsula, Washington

Travel & Visitor Guidelines

During the COVID-19 pandemic,  VKP staff is doing its very best to share information about safe visitor activities and support local hotels and other lodging establishments and businesses. Please click here for COVID19 Advisory information and click here for Travel & Visitor Advisory guidelines. If you have any questions, please send an email to

It is extremely important to follow all of the health and social distancing guideliens. Click on the image below to download a downloadable PDF you can print and post

Available local eating, drinking & retail services

Available local eating, drinking & retail services

Lots of local eating establishments, pubs, breweries and bakeries are offering take-out, curbside pick-up and delivery services. A few local bookstores are filling online orders and some Kitsap Peninsula nurseries are still providing veggie starts and plants. Check out our Kitsap To-Go page for more information on participating businesses and contact information. 

Visit Kitsap Peninsula Visitors Guide & Recreation Map

Check out links below for our Visitor Guide and Outdoor Recreation Bike map which includes 14 popular cycling routes and information about dozens of communities around the Kitsap Peninsula.

Click here to view the Visitor Guide Side.  
Click here for the Bike-Recreation Side of the Map.

Now available at REI in Silverdale, Poulsbo Maritime Museum, Kingston Chamber, Josephine's Mercantile and Whiskey Gulch in Port Orchard. 

Ferry Transportation Updates

Ferry Transportation Updates

Due to COVID-19, Washington State Ferries and Kitsap Transit Ferries schedules are changing. Please contact Washington State Ferries and Kitsap Transit Fast Ferries for up-to-date information and schedule changes.

Public Parks & Trails

Public Parks & Trails

Note: As required by state mandate, city, county, and state parks are closed to public access, including water trail access during this time. Click here for the latest information on Kitsap County Parks and click here for information on Washington State Parks.