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Take a trip to this county surrounded by snow-capped mountains, shining waters, evergreen forests, and rolling hills. Kitsap county is located in Washington state, south of Manson County, east of King County, and east of Puget Sound. The county lies west of Seattle and northwest of the Pacific Ocean. Kitsap county is separated from the Olympic Peninsula by the Hood Canal. Visit Kitsap county and make the most of every minute that you are on vacation.Vacation rentals for every soul
Get a vacation rental located in one of the most beautiful places in Kitsap county. Rent a beachfront property and disconnect from the chaotic world. The properties vary from romantic couples' accommodation to large group accommodations. The vacation rentals are well maintained and feature modern amenities such as high-speed Wi-Fi. Most of the properties are spacious enough to accommodate your playful kids. If you want to tag your four-legged companion, you will still get pet-friendly vacation rentals in the county. All the properties feature a fully equipped kitchen in case you want to enjoy that barbecue under some moonlight. Have you dream of a vacation in Kitsap county and experience the island like a local in a cozy vacation rental.
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The area and getting around
Kitsap county features numerous outdoor activities and recreational activities.The county is surrounded by forested parks and reserves that offer an excellent for biking and hiking. The county's location and geography give the county miles of shoreline, making it a suitable holiday destination for beachcombers. You will never run short of water activities in Kitsap county, including boating, paddling, and diving. You can take a boat and explore the waters surrounding the peninsula. Numerous public parks are located near the water and are suitable for picnicking and playing.An island of many fascinations
No matter your reason for visiting Kitsap, there is always an attraction site for you. Whether you like watching wildlife exploring and learning about the history and geology of unique locations, you will find amazing places in Kitsap. Kitsap county is blessed with scenic views, spectacular museums, and majestic beaches. Visit Hansville Greenway and Kitsap's true beauty. The area serves as a reserved corridor for wildlife to move around Kitsap Peninsula.
Travelers and activities
Kitsap offers numerous water sports and on-land sports activities. Whether you like kayaking or stand-up paddle boarding, you will find numerous spots on your spot around Kitsap count. Visit Kitsap Peninsula Water trail offers paddling and kayaking equipment. They also train beginner paddlers. You can also stop at Olympic Outdoor Center for rental gear and guided lessons for paddling and kayaking. If you love golfing, Kitsap has several public golf courses. Some of the highly-rated include Golden Mountain Golf Club and White Horse Golf Club.Kitsap for history fanatics
Kitsap will offer more than enough if you love history, starting from military history to native American history. The U.S Navy has been in Kitsap since 1892, and as a result, numerous fascinating museums are focusing on the history of deep-sea exploration and warfare. Visit the Naval Undersea Museum and learn more about torpedoes, submarines, and deep-sea vehicles. The museum offers incredible information on naval history and oceanography. Take a trip to Suquamish Museum and Culture Center and learn about the history and culture of Native Americans, especially the native Suquamish tribe.
Did you know that Kitsap County was formerly known as Slaughter County, and it was renamed Kitsap in honor of a Suquamish war-chief!
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This is a 150- acre forested garden located on Bainbridge Island. Virginia and Prentice created the reserve to capture Japanese essence. The reserve features beautifully landscaped gardens and a reflection pool.2. Bainbridge Island Museum of art
The museum features contemporary art with rotating exhibits, paintings, and handcrafted books. The museum mainly focuses on works from local artists. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They take donations as the entry fee. The museum is worth every minute spent there.3. Tillicum Village
This indigenous village is located on the northwest side of Blake Island. The village offers traditional native dishes such as smoked salmon and live music and dance performances. The village is only accessible via a boat. The village is worth a visit as it is remote, beautiful and educational.4. Kitsap memorial state park
This is a 58-acre park that features some vacation rentals, hiking trails, and it is accessible to the beach. The park is gorgeous, clean, well maintained, and offers a serene and peaceful atmosphere. The park also offers a playful structure for kids.5. Scenic beach state park
This is a public recreation park that occupies over 121 acres. The park is located along the Hood Canal and has a picturesque site. The park features picnic tables, volleyball nets, and scenic walking trails. The water is warm, and the waves are light.