In addition to its world-class natural beauty, the Kitsap Peninsula offers visitors a wonderful choice of communities located on the waterfront that are conveniently connected by marinas with boat and kayak launches, as well as year-round moorage.
You'll find nearly 300 miles of shoreline and marinas, making the region a natural setting for a wide range of sports, including world-class kayaking, cycling, running and mountain biking trails and events.
The Kitsap Peninsula includes cities, communities, mini-stops, port districts, businesses and hundreds of miles of shoreline in Kitsap, Mason and Pierce counties. Click the icons in the Google map for more information about these wonderful places to visit on the Kitsap Peninsula.
The Kitsap Peninsula is home to many cultures and rich histories that contribute to the personality and diversity of the region. Our Native American, Norwegian, Japanese, Filipino, African-American, farming, naval, lumber, maritime and environmental cultures all play an important role in what makes the Kitsap Peninsula special.