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Click above to learn more about the Kitsap Peninsula Region Water Trails.
 The Kitsap Peninsula has hundreds of miles of shoreline, water and land trails perfect to enjoy leisurely paddles and strolls, and trails that can challenge even the most adventurous mountain biker or trail runner. 

Trails have become so popular, that we have expanded our listings of locations throughout the region and maps that provide  information and directions for getting from point A to point B. Click the links below for more information about our land and water trails and maps. Suggestions are always welcome!
The Washington Water Trails Association (WWTA) recently added the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails to its Casadia Marine Highway segment.

Learn all about Kitsap Forests from Jim Trainer, nationally known community forester, certified arborist and guide. His book and CD on local forest provides extensive information about wildlife, habitat and ancient trees. Visit Jim's website for details!

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• North Kitsap Trails Association website for trail maps.
• Kitsap Peninsula Birdwatching & Habitat Checklist! 
• Kitsap Peninsula Pet Friendly Parks & Trails

• Kitsap Audubon Society   • WA State Audubon Society Puget Loop
• WA Water Trails Association  • National Parks Service Water Trails
• The Salmon Habitat Loop   • Kitsap Peninsula Parks
• Links to Trail Maps
  • Kitsap Peninsula Wilderness, Tree & Trail Guide
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Anna Smith Park
7601 Tracyton BLVD NW
Bremerton, WA 98311
6.6 Acres - Saltwater beach access, picnic areas, demonstration garden, butterfly house, children's programs, and restrooms. This magical garden was the very first Demo Garden for the WSU Kitsap County Master Gardener Program and is lovingly tended by a crew that meets there every Wednesday from 9 a.m. until noon. Vegetables and fruit are grown and donated to the local food banks. There is also a children's gardening area that will be planned, planted and tended by a 4-H group on another day of the week. Classes and tours occur on a regular basis during the growing season. Compost tea is brewed at this garden for sale to the Master Gardeners.
Port Orchard

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Banner Forest Heritage Park
Near intersection of Banner and Overra Road
Port Orchard, WA 98366
635.0 Acres - Walking trails, equestrian trails. Directions: Take Sedgwick Road to Banner Road and go south on Banner Road to the intersection of Banner and Olalla Valley Roads. The property will be to your right.

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Belfair State Park
410 NE Beck RD
Belfair, WA 98528
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Belfair State Park is a 63-acre, year-round camping park on 3,720 feet of saltwater shoreline at the southern end of Hood Canal.

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City of Bremerton Parks & Recreation
680 Lebo BLVD
Bremerton, WA 98310
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Explore our 675+ acres of parks! Swim in the aquatic center. Sign up for classes and programs.

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City of Poulsbo Parks & Recreation
Poulsbo, WA 98370
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A wealth of trails, parks, and recreational programs are available in the City of Poulsbo, North Kitsap County. Sign up for swimming, summer camps, sports, and classes for children and adults. Register your child for preschool or sign up for a senior excursion.

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Clear Creek Saq'ad Interpretive Center
9641 Levin RD
Off Bucklin Hill Rd and Levin RD
Silverdale, WA 98383
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The Clear Creek Interpretive Center, located�off Bucklin Hill Road and Levin Road in Silverdale,�hosts educational and cultural programs. For young children and families make a date for Discovery Play Days in the spring and summer. Naturalists lead guided walks along Clear Creek Trail, through nearshore, estuary, wetland, and woodland habitats. The "big red barn" also features exhibits, occasional speakers, and special events. Don't miss their "Salmon Art Contest" each fall.

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Clear Creek Trail
Five miles of scenic trail winds through Silverdale's urban areas along Clear Creek. Salmon are visible during spawning season and the area is great for bird watching or just getting away from it all!
Bainbridge Island

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Grand Forest
Miller and Mandus Olson Roads
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
240 acres. Equestrian and walking trails.

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Green Mountain State Forest DNR - S Puget Sound Region
950 Farman AVE N
Enumclaw, WA 98022-9282
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Managed by the Department of Natural Resources. Camping, hiking, mountain biking. Be sure to check the website or call for current use restricitons.

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Hansville Greenway
Hansville, WA 98340
180.0 Acres - Walking and equestrian trails, view points. Directions: Turn north at the intersection of highway 104 and Hansville Road. As you come down the hill into Hansville, turn left on Buck lake road.
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