Banner Forest Heritage Park Loop is a 2.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Port Orchard, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Banner Forest Hiking and Equestrian Park is a beautiful 635-acre public open space in the Olalla area. The forest, which includes trees, ponds and wetlands, was acquired by Kitsap County in October 2000 after ten years of community effort to preserve this resource in its present state for all citizens in perpetuity. The trails are primarily used for hiking, equestrian riding, and mountain biking.
Great trail, well kept up. Lots of side trails as well.
I have been hiking and horseback riding several times at Banner, I've always had a great time. It's a great place to hike with a jogging stroller as well. plenty of room on the bigger main trails. Always enjoy going back.
Trails are great for full suspension but a little wrist jarring for rigid frames nice tight corners so get those brakes set right cause you will need them here
Great trails for biking or walking plan to spend some time here cause trails are everywhere
Decent place to take a short walk but nothing too exciting here
Beautiful!!! Can't wait to come back
good ride and nice trails some roots
Clean trails, pretty easy to navigate. Pretty level, nothing to strenuous. Nice quick work out.
be careful going after rain. mud can be pretty deep and thick. no lake/pond that i found any of the multiple times ive been there. hike is nice and lots of trails to explore.