In 2014, thanks to the efforts of Kitsap County, partners and volunteers, the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails was officially designated by the U.S. Department of the Interior to be part of the National Water Trails System. Today, the Kitsap Peninsula is a major destination for all types of water-related activities — boating, scuba-diving, fishing and leisurely strolls along pubic piers and beaches. The KPNWT now has its own website at kitsappeninsulawatertrails.com, which includes a new Interactive Access Point Map.
Click below to view PDFs of the print version of the KPNWT map brochure including information on the Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails, an extensive map with water trails access points, marinas and dock information.
Join the Ride the Tide Rendezvous to celebrate the Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails on June 12. The Ride the Tide paddle is about six miles and will take 2-3 hours to complete. Starting at the Tracyton Boat Ramp, we will paddle through the Port Washington Narrows with the current and finish at the boat ramp in Port Orchard. Click here for more details.
The mission of the Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails Alliance (KPNWT) is to collaborate with stakeholders throughout the region to maintain, grow, monitor and promote the KPNWT for the enjoyment of residents and visitors. Click here for more information about the KPNWT Alliance.