The beautiful Kitsap Peninsula is situated between the majestic snow-capped Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges in Western Washington. It sits directly across the Puget Sound from Seattle, and serves as the gateway to the spectacular Olympic Peninsula.
The geographic area contains more than 250 miles of shoreline, and is rich with year-round recreational opportunities; golf, hiking, biking, camping, rock climbing, fishing, sailing, boating, kayaking, diving, and easy access to snow skiing and other winter sports.
Local, regional and national attention has focused on the high-quality living in the Kitsap community. The schools, medical facilities, shops, restaurants, services and warm-hearted generous people are equally impressive.
Located just east of Kitsap County, Seattle is a short ferry boat ride across the Puget Sound, or an easy accessible drive south over the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. Whether you go to Seattle or Tacoma, these are choice destinations for big city amenities; professional sports, cultural events, symphonies, shopping, fine dining, concerts, live theater, historic landmarks and other interesting attractions.
With boundless outdoor recreational activities, unspoiled scenic beauty, access to cultural amenities, and warm and friendly communities, it’s easy to see how Kitsap has earned it accolades. No wonder so many people want to live, work and play here!
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