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Celebrate the 4th of July Weekend In the Woods or on Water

We'll all miss the thrill of massive fireworks, but we can still celebrate the holiday basking in the sunshine and practicing safe social distancing in the great outdoors. With the help of Craig Romano's, Urban Trails: Kitsap, we've put together a list of places in the woods or on the water to explore on over [...]

Fall Fun on the Kitsap Peninsula

Farewell summer and hello to the amazing transformation of fall!  It's time to celebrate the crisp air and captivating colors of fall on the Kitsap Peninsula..the Natural Side of Puget Sound TM. We invite you to visit any time to explore our wide-opens spaces, acres of wooded trails, miles of scenic beaches or enjoy some [...]

Where To Watch Annual Salmon Migration on the Kitsap Peninsula

Head on over to the Kitsap Peninsula and book a room with a view of the salmon jumping, returning to spawn. Both the Oxford Suites and the Silverdale Beach Hotel In Silverdale have magnificent views of Dyes Inlet and on a clear day, Mount Rainier. Another hotel with beautiful views of Sinclair Inlet is Comfort [...]

2018-10-28T09:30:32-07:00October 23rd, 2018|Attractions, Families, Kitsap Loves Kids, Nature, Outdoors|

Celebrate Fall On the Kitsap Peninsula

Funtober on the Kitsap Peninsula is full of pumpkin pursuits and spooky entertainment for the whole family. Pack up your kids, pets and relatives and head on over for scenic drives along the miles of shoreline, pumpkin patches and ghostly haunted events. Here’s a taste of hair-raising things to come: Thru October - Tour the famous [...]

Spring Break on the Kitsap Peninsula

HELLO SEATTLE PARENTS! It's Spring break and the Kitsap Peninsula is the perfect place to give your family a break from the city to let the children (of all ages) and pets run wild and breathe some fresh air. The minute you board the beautiful WA State Ferry  (there are four that serve the Kitsap [...]