North Kitsap Heritage Park is a 4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Kingston, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from January until January. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
Hiking trails largely underdeveloped at this time. This park has no restrooms or other facilities. This park is a pack-it-in/pack-it-out with no trash collection. The Heritage Park includes 460 acres of second-growth forest with several miles of existing logging roads and new trai
What a great spot to enjoy a rather quiet and peaceful stroll through the woods. I would come back for a trail run as well.
Super easy to walk or run, peaceful and calm with various trail lengths and places to go. Good place for anyone and everyone.
these trails are so great! it's peaceful & quiet & very well maintained. we always get lost somehow & end up finishing 4+ miles each time haha. the only downside to these trails is the dog owners who do not pick up their dog's poop, there's always TONS of piles of poop from lazy owners. I sometimes find myself having to look down as I walk instead of enjoying the nature which is a real bummer.
Very well maintained trail with a lot of options for hiking or biking. I will definitely be doing this many more times and with different routes.
An easy trail for a walk or run. Works for any any skill level.
Easy to walk. It's a great trail. I will be back again soon. But I don't want to take my dog there: I saw several dogs and all of them were off-leash.
This is My Family's Sunday walkabout it is a wonderful little hike think we have hit every single trail in these woods.
nice trail, really easy, beautiful area.
Nice trail system to take different routs and isn't too busy when it's not a weekend.
Great hike if it wasn't for the dogs and their owners, counted over 90 dog piles on the trail, the stench at the beginning of the trail if you take a right over the wood bridge is disgusting (From about 50 dog piles). Found dog turds in plastic bags along the trail in the forest that had been sitting there for days. There are sign for dog people to PICK UP after their dogs and to keep them on a LEASH at all time at the beginning of the trail. There is even free bags for the dog owners. The trail are for mountain bikes and horses also, and they will run in to plenty of dogs that is not leashed and could cause trouble.
Great hike! Trails are very well maintained. Great for dogs!