The only nationally designated salt water trail in the US. It’s the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails, a collection of 12 trails that wrap around 371 miles of shoreline in Washington State. Each trail is not more than 15 miles long, making them the perfect length for a day trip. Experience outstanding natural beauty with views of Mount Rainier and the Olympic Mountain range, or visit quaint seaside towns like Gig Harbor, Poulsbo, and Port Gamble. The trails are open to all boaters, with an emphasis on human-powered and beachable crafts, such as kayaks, paddleboards, canoes, rowing shells and dragon boats. So grab a paddle and hit the (water) trails…the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails!