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Beginner or advanced, you'll find the appropriate kayaking challenge on the Kitsap Peninsula.

With over 350 miles of saltwater shoreline, numerous bays and inlets, the beautiful Hood Canal and many small lakes, Kitsap is the perfect place to learn, or to plan a week-long kayaking adventure.

The Cascadia Marine Trail covers the area from Olympia all the way up to the Canadian border, where it continues as the British Columbia Marine Trail. Kitsap lies in the middle with trail campgrounds on both our Eastern Shore, the Southern end and along the Hood Canal to the West.

Listed are some locations to rent or buy kayaks. Check "boating" and "parks" for public access to the water.

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Blake Island

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Blake Island State Park
Blake Island, WA
360.731.8330
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This beautiful 475-acre island camping park, with five miles of saltwater beach shoreline, is only reachable by private boat or via tour boats. Kitsap Harbor Tours, which departs from Port Orchard, and Argosy Cruises, departing from Seattle, take visitors to Blake Island and to the famous, Tillicum Village to enjoy a unique Northwest Indian dining and cultural experience. The journey includes traditionally prepared Native American salmon cooked over open fires and a presentation Native American dancing and songs.
Blake Island

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Cascadia Marine Trail
Washington Water Trails Association
4649 Sunnyside Ave N #305
Seattle, WA, WA 98103-6900
206.545.9161
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This inland sea trail is a National Recreation Trail and designated one of only 16 National Millennium Trails by the White House. Suitable for day or multi-day trips, the Cascadia Marine Trail has over 50 campsites to visit. People can boat to the campsites from many public and private launch sites or shoreline trailheads.
Hood Canal - South Region

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Hood Canal Adventures
360.898.2628
Hood Canal has an amazing combination of nature’s most extraordinary selections of flora and fauna and is one of the best places in the world for outdoor recreation. We offer a wide variety of boat rentals including kayaks, paddle boats, motor boats, an electric boat, and a pontoon party barge. We also offer a number of different recreational tours. Our expert guides will take you out for an unforgettable experience. Hood Canal Adventures has something to offer everyone!
Purdy

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Joemma Beach State Park
122-acre marine camping park with 3,000 feet of saltwater frontage on southeast Key Peninsula. Aside from the natural beauty of park and surroundings, the area is an excellent place for fishing, boating and crabbing.
Key Peninsula

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Key Peninsula Marine Trail
The kayak trail has close and distant start and finish points in order to allow two choices: either a short shuttle of convenience (1.5 miles between Vaughn and Glen Cove) or a long shuttle with better launch facilities and more parking opportunities (15 miles between Allyn and Purdy). Begin and end where you like.
Poulsbo

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Kitsap Memorial State Park
202 NE Park ST
Poulsbo, WA 98370
360.779.3205
800.902.8844
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Near the Hood Canal floating bridge with a gorgeous setting for camping, hiking, fishing, boating, scuba diving and beachcombing. Facilities for meetings, events, banquets, weddings.
Gig Harbor

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Kopachuck State Park
11101 56th ST NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98335
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109-acre marine and camping park with 5,600 feet of saltwater shoreline. One portion of the park, Cutts Island (or "Deadman's Island") is a half mile from shore and reachable only by boat.
Bremerton

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Lions Park - Bremerton
408 Lebo BLVD
Bremerton, WA 98310
360.473.5305
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15 acres, 1,950 linear feet of shoreline, 4 ballfields - 2 lighted, walking path, picnic tables, park benches, restrooms, 2 boat launches, 150 parking spaces, 1 large waterfront dock.
Port Orchard

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Long Lake County Park & Community Center
5448 Long Lake RD SE
Port Orchard, WA 98367
360.337.5350
24.8 Acres - Lake access, swimming area, fishing pier, picnic areas, playground, volleyball court, restrooms and community center. Meetings, banquets, weddings.
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Manchester State Park
Manchester, WA
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111-acre camping park with 3,400 feet of saltwater shoreline on Rich Passage in Puget Sound. The park is covered in woods of fir and maple.
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