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.
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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.
Just steps away from your Silverdale hotel, you'll find 5 miles of trail (perfect for walking or biking). Clear Creek Trail takes you through an oasis of wetlands, woodlands and tidelands right in the heart of town. The kids will enjoy hands-on nature programs at the interpretive center.
Watch this informative new video by reporter Josh Farley who looks at how a group of volunteers and experts have helped Clear Creek Trail flourish in the concrete jungle of Silverdale. More info at: www.clearcreektrail.org
The Kitsap Peninsula has city, county and state parks that offer visitors a wide range of activities and amenities for use year-round. All city and county parks are free and open to the public during posted hours. Please help us maintain our parks and reduce costs by adopting the "Carry In & Carry Out" policy for yourself, family and guests.
For information about Washington State Parks and to make reservations, please visit the WA State Online Reservation Service or call 888-CAMPOUT (888-226-7688). Click here for information about where to purchase a WA State Parks Discover Pass.
The Kitsap Peninsula is home to one of the most impressive skate parks in the region. Nearly 3,000 people attended opening day, and it continues to attract users from around the region. The skate park is located at South Kitsap Regional Park and includes ball fields, trails and restrooms. The Billy Johnson Skate Park is another Kitsap Skate Park located in Kingston.