Explore the best trails near Bremerton with detailed reviews, photos, trail maps, and driving directions curated by hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
This was my go to day hike when I lived in Kitsap County. It is well maintained with a wonderful view up top. The trail often has some bikers on it. For parking, the main lot requires the mountain pass, without you will have to park along the road leading up to the lot.
This map track is for Illahee Preserve, which is a separate park from Illahee State Campground and is maintained by Kitsap County. It is considerably longer than 1.5 miles if you do the entire loop. There are many cross trails marked by numbered trail markers. There are also multiple access points. Consult the park website for a detailed map of all trails, parking and entrances.
It is beautifully forested throughout and moderately hilly. Some of the trails are covered with mulched wood. The rest are bare dirt or fallen leaves and needles. Use caution when wet, as the hilly areas can be a bit slippery.
Tuck A. on Green Mountain Trail Via Gold Creek
Feels awesome when you reach the top, my husband and I went all the to Vista Trail and it was more stunning from there you could see Seattle when it's not cloudy. Beautiful and we had fun.❤️
I followed the directions and visited Illahee preserve trails, instead of going to state park.
Nice little up-hills and down-hills. Beautiful and quiet woods. When I was walking on Hall of Cedars loop, I felt I lost sight of trail a few times.