Explore the best trails near Kingston with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Very nice to bring the hounds on , lots of new smells and nice people to meet.Makes me wish that I brought my mountain bike ,Babcock trail needs to be marked but it IS a black diamond run for a reason and may well be avoided by beginners.Over all it's well worth it considering it's right of the road and a few mile away from Ft.Gamble and some nice hot coffee.
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.
Karly B. on North Kitsap Heritage Park
nice trail, really easy, beautiful area.
Took the boat to visit Paulsbo this last weekend and it was great! They have a very easy guest dock to get in and out of, and very friendly people working at the marina. The town is charming with an array of excellent bakeries, restaurants, boutiques, and antique/novelty shops. Perfect place for a family outing.
Visited Port Gamble a while back and it is very beautiful. Tiny but has a somber welcoming vibe. Interesting for a day trip and I believe you can stay in one of the houses on Main Street.