Outdoors

Forests, beaches & views wow Kitsap Peninsula hikers

With lush forests abloom with rhododendrons, hundreds of miles of publicly accessible beaches and breathtaking views of Mt. Rainier and the Olympics, the Kitsap Peninsula is the perfect place to take a hike this weekend or any time, according to Craig Romano, author of Urban Trails: Kitsap. “The trails scene on the Kitsap Peninsula has been [...]

2019-08-10T04:54:25-07:00May 26th, 2017|Families, Nature, Outdoors, Pets, Recreation|

Clear Creek Trail: Kitsap Peninsula’s Secret Urban Oasis

Psst! Want to know a secret? Tucked into the heart of the Kitsap Peninsula’s commercial hub, the Clear Creek Trail in Silverdale is a family- and pet-friendly oasis that’s close to hotels, shopping, restaurants and craft breweries, but feels like it’s a world away. Picnic areas abound Perfect for walking, running or biking, most of [...]

Kitsap Peninsula Garden Spotlight: Heronswood

The world-famous Heronswood is more than a garden, it's a work of art in a thousand hues of green. Founders Dan Hinkley and Robert Jones designed a tapestry, alive with color and texture, and punctuated with lacy foliage, angular walkways and arched hedges. You'll love the contrast between the formal hedgerows and the woodland gardens, the architectural [...]

10 Reasons Families Love Spring on the Kitsap Peninsula

You’re going to love spring on the Kitsap Peninsula! In fact, there are so many family-friendly parks, trails, museums and adventures awaiting you, it’s tough to know where to begin. So here’s our insider’s guide to 10 absolutely awesome activities. We promise, you’re going to have a blast! Touch a bug or snake Bremerton's Bug [...]

Top 10 Reasons to Bring Your Valentine to the Kitsap Peninsula

It doesn’t get much more romantic than the Kitsap Peninsula. Whether you’re into walks on the beach, winery tours, farm-to-table restaurants or kicking back at a craft brewery, there’s something for every couple’s taste. Here are a few ideas for creating the perfect lovers’ getaway throughout the month of February: Wine + Chocolate – Bainbridge Island’s [...]

Kitsap Peninsula Winter Break Family Fun

Headed for cabin fever? We’ve got the cure! Family time on the Kitsap Peninsula is the perfect way to head off winter break laments of, “We’re bored!” In fact, there’s so much to do, you’ll want to stay a couple of days. Here’s a suggested itinerary: Spend a day in Bremerton – Weather permitting, explore [...]

2017-03-03T22:56:26-07:00December 12th, 2016|Attractions, Entertainment, Events, Families, Lodging, Outdoors, Recreation|

Kitsap Peninsula Lights the Night

Nothing lifts the spirits more on an inky black winter’s night, than light. Pure. Brilliant. Shimmering like the stars. And this month, the Kitsap Peninsula has two special displays that radiate the joy of the season. At the Port of Kingston, employees and a group of volunteers began planning the array in March. It took about [...]

2017-03-03T22:56:27-07:00December 7th, 2016|Attractions, Entertainment, Families, Outdoors|

Nature Puts on a Show during Kitsap Salmon Tours

One of the greatest spectacles in the natural world is about to take place on the Kitsap Peninsula and you can witness it firsthand during Kitsap Salmon Tours November 3, 2018 - 10 am - 2 pm Each fall, salmon return to the streams where they were born, ending a multi-year migration to the sea [...]

2018-10-04T06:00:03-07:00October 21st, 2016|Events, Families, Nature, Outdoors|

Kitsap Peninsula Destination: Port Gamble

There’s no better time to visit Port Gamble than fall, when the chill air crowns the maples and elms in vivid reds, oranges and golds, highlighting the New England heritage of this quintessential Pacific Northwest destination. And for those seeking chills up their spines, Port Gamble also has a spooky side. Visitors who dare can [...]

Biketoberfest: Great Party, Great Cause

It’s time to party in the woods, help save 3,000 acres of forest and ride, ride, ride at Biketoberfest Mountain Bike Festival in Port Gamble Friday and Saturday, Sept. 23 and 24. This is the fourth year for the family-friendly event, which attracted more than 500 people in 2015 and is open to all skill [...]

2017-03-03T22:56:33-07:00September 19th, 2016|Cycling, Entertainment, Events, Families, Nature, Outdoors, Recreation|
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