Known as "Torpedo Town USA," the small, Kitsap waterfront community of Keyport includes the Port of Keyport Marina with a boat launch and the Keyport Mercantile & Diner, an old-fashioned grocery store with excellent sandwiches, ice cream, indoor and outdoor seating and just a two-minute walk to the marina. Biking, paddling, and walkers welcome!
The Keyport Mercantile & Deli is a grocery store and one of the best place to have homemade deli sandwichs and hand-dipped ice cream. Enjoy outdoor seating or walk a few steps to take in the bay from the public dock. When the tide is out, you can meander along the beach.
Keyport is a favorite Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails stop for boaters, kayakers and other water-recreation enthusiasts.
The United States Naval Undersea Museum in Keyport provides visitors an opportunity to learn about the Navy's undersea operations, technology, combat, research and salvage. Their mission is to collect, preserve, and interpret naval heritage and operations for the benefit of the U.S. Navy and the people of the United States. They have a number of permanent as well as temporary exhibits. They also have educational programs including Science Saturdays which provides hands-on activities for visitors. Admission and parking is FREE!
Check out this video which provides a virtual video tour of the Naval Undersea Museum!