Port Gamble / Stottlemeyer

This trail system, located in North Kitsap, is an outdoor sports wonderland!  Whether you're a mountain biker, runner, hiker, or equestrian - Port Gamble/Stottlemeyer have the trails you're looking for!  

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North Kitsap Heritage Park

NKHP boasts a super robust trail system with tons of elevation gain and loss in a very small package!  Located in Kingston, this spot is popular for after-work runs and rides!

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Newberry Hill Heritage Park

Newberry Hill Heritage Park shares an access road with Klahowya High School, and serves as the primary training ground for several of the school's sports teams.  In addition, Newberry has some great technical trails spread across two major sections to the west and south of the school.  Whether you're on a mountain bike, horseback, or on your own two feet - you'll find tons of terrain to keep you occupied!

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Green Mountain

Green Mountain State Forest is a working forest managed by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources.  As such, it's open to both motorized and non-motorized users.  There are miles of trail accessible from either the Wildcat or Gold Creek Trailheads, and an outstanding view to be had at the peak of the mountain.  Weekends tend to be busy with motorized users, equestrians, mountain bikers, hikers, and runners all sharing the trails.  Additionally, camping is available on weekends from Memorial Day to Labor Day at the Horse Camp!

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Illahee Preserve Trails

Centrally located in Bremerton right off Hwy 303, Illahee Preserve is especially popular with trail runners and hikers looking to get some miles in after work.  

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Banner Forest Heritage Park

Banner Forest is a favorite destination for folks in South Kitsap for good reason!  Miles and miles of trail packed into a pocket-sized park makes for lots of twists and turns through this densely forested area!  Even at peak times you'll run into a handful other riders, runners, hikers, or equestrians.  

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