Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails

June 6, 2017

Currently available: Free  Visit their site to learn more

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!