Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trail Regional Alliance

The Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails Alliance, founded in 2014, includes representatives from counties, cities, tribes, port districts, organizations, users and volunteers from around the region commited to supporting and promoting the Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails for public enjoyment as well as environmental and economic benefit.

Below is a list of participants and links to partner and water trail partner logos that you're are welcome to add to your website and marketing materials. We will be adding links to other documents,  materials and resources in the feature. 

Alliance Partners

Alliance Partners

Sue Abbott
National Park Service

Kitsap County
Pierce County
Mason County
City of Bainbridge Island
City of Bremerton
City of Gig Harbor
City of Poulsbo
City of Port Orchard
Key Peninsula
North Kitsap Trails Assoc.
Bainbridge Island Parks
Olympic Outdoor Center
Olympic Property Group
Port of Bremerton
Port of Brownsville
Port of Indianola
Port of Kingston
Port of Poulsbo
Port of Silverdale
Port of Tracyton
Suquamish Tribe
Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe
Visit Kitsap Peninsula
WA State Parks
WA Water Trails Assoc.
Local and state officials

Shown in photo at top: Kitsap County Commissioner Robert Gelder and Suquamish Tribe Chairman Leonard Forseman. Top Right: Sue Abbott, National Park Service. Lower photos: Commissioner Edward Wolfe, Commissioner Charlotte Garrido and U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer.

Alliance Identification

Share your support and generate public awareness for the Kitsap Peninsula National Water Trails by adding a KPNWT Alliance Partner logo to your website and other marketing materials. We also created a special KPNWT Event icon you can add to promotional pages and materials to let people know that your event is affiliated with the KPNWT. The artwork is available in differenct formats — if you don't find what you need for your project, send an email to .

Add the KPNWT Alliance Partner logo to websites and to print programs to identify your organization as part of the Alliance working together to promote the KPNWT and locations. 
Click here for 300px wide logo

Shown above is the KPNWT access location sign that can be modified to feature member logos and other information. Partners are encouraged to use Alliance logos on their websites and print programs to identify your city or organization as a member of the Alliance.  For more information about artwork and to order, please send an email to