Kitsap Peninsula has thousands of acres of forested lands, open spaces, wildlife and birding habitat to be enjoyed year-round. Below are just a few ideas of things to enjoy while visiting the Kitsap Peninsula's Parks & Trails. To do a public parks and trails search click here.
With the stay home, stay healthy order, Washington Trails Association recommends people hike close to home. Check out this article on ways you can get outside responsibly and safely. Craig Romano's Kitsap Urban Trails it filled with local trails and ideas for where you can discover your own personal trailhead. Order Craig Romano's Kitsap Urban Trails online anytime at Liberty Bay Books - Poulsbo,
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Check out our new Kitsap Peninsula Trail Maps page which provides weblinks as well as pdfs that you can view on your phone or print and carry along with you as you explore trails, parks and pathways on the Natural Side of Puget Sound. Also, check out our Pet-Friendly Places page to find useful links to off-leash dog parks, hikes, pet friendly breweries and more.
Spend a day, spend a week — the exploration will never end along our 371 miles of shoreline. The Kitsap Peninsula Water Trail was officially adopted as a segment of the northwest Cascadia Marine Trail and is now listed on the WWTA website.