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Boysenberry Beach by the bay
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Entire rental unit · 4 guests · 3 beds · 1 bath

Boysenberry Beach by the bayScenic waterfront property on Port Gamble Bay that includes oysters and clams! 750 sq feet one bedroom apartment above a garage. You will have access to the waterfront as well as use of two kayaks or you can bring your own. Bring your Mt. bikes or go for a hike in the nearby Port Gamble Trails. Quiet and surrounded by forest. Nearby restaurants, sandy beaches, Hood Canal, Olympic National Park. Called Boysenberry Beach due to the boysenberry bushes on the property.

Salish Sea Cabin in Kingston,WA
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Entire guesthouse · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Salish Sea Cabin in Kingston,WAJust one hour from Seattle is this charming waterfront cabin that sits on 2.5 acres of rural Puget Sound beauty. Come for a quiet retreat or use it as your jumping off point for outdoor adventures.

Dahlia Cove Inn & Sauna  Enchanting & Secluded
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Entire guest suite · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath

Dahlia Cove Inn & Sauna Enchanting & SecludedBuilt with love, our guest accommodations will make you feel right at home during your visit to the Kitsap Peninsula. Evenings surrounded by the fire-pit fill the spring season with joy! Seasonal dahlia gardens July-October featuring over 250 varieties of dahlias. Our private beach is great during low tides-don't forget your rain boots. Relax in the private outdoor sauna with a view! Enjoy nature, bird watching, kayaking or hike/bike the Port Gamble Trails less than one mile away.

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  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
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Hood Canal Guesthouse Cottage
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Kingston Garden Hideaway
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Waterfront Gamble Bay Retreat with seasonal pool
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The Parklands on Admiralty Inlet
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Raven’s Landing Studio Romantic! New Reduced Price
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Puget Sound Escape - Beach, Mountains & Hiking
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Kingston Farmhouse Cottage, the great escape...!
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Cozy waterfront house with panoramic view
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Quiet solitude on an organic farm.
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Top-rated things to do in Port Gamble

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  • Paddle board Yoga on Green Lake
    We'll meet on shore for a brief intro to the boards, a paddle how-to, and safety points. We'll paddle out, drop anchor (to stay together) and practice some yoga! We always start slow and stable, then and add in options for more challenge throughout the practice. We'll end with a floating savasana (final rest pose), and a paddle back to shore. About 90 minutes total. Other things to note You may want to bring a towel with you, or even a change of clothes. Your instructor will have a dry bag that you may put your phone or keys in.
    From Price:$76/person
  • Electric Bike Tour Seattle
    On this tour with your family we can social distance and be outdoors. We can easily maintain a safe distance between riders while traveling between sites and on stops. Bikes are sanitized between riders and I am limiting the groups to your household. So if you sign up as a couple I will close that day just for you. We ride electric bikes, these are fat-tire RadPower Mini’s, they are accessible for almost all riders. Although the electric motor helps a lot with Seattle’s hills, you do have to pedal. At times, it can be the exercise equivalent of a brisk walk and on other points along the route it’s a pleasant stroll (or you can work as hard as you’d like for a greater aerobic experience.) Cargo bike available upon request--it is set up to take a younger passenger on the back. First stop is at the Olympic Mountains and Sound Viewpoint, here there's a great overview of the waterway and the geology of Seattle. Then a stop along Shilshole Bay either to be welcomed by the Seattle's favorite viking or the Salish people. Typically we travel through the Ballard Locks, these are currently closed. Other options include the Fremont Troll, Gasworks Park, and Fishermen's Terminal. There are a few options, such as a ride around Discovery Park and I like to customize the routes whenever possible. Other things to note First part of the tour is learning how to ride an ebike. There are bags on each bike for caring personal items. Wear bright colors to increase visibility. Sunglasses are also handy.
    From Price:$94/person
  • Beginner and Kid Friendly Kayak Tour
    Beat the heat and get out on the water! On our paddle, we'll focus on the abundant marine and land creatures, the amazing natural history and rich cultural story of our really special area as well as kayaking technique and safety. I am highly versed in the countless animals we'll see on nearly every trip, from seals and sea lions, otters, jellyfish, eagles and other birds.. Even grey whales and orca every now and then! I'm a geology buff - and the area is absolutely rich in astounding, very visible geologic history. A kayak is an amazing platform from which to discover "The Whidbey Formation" as well as many other Ice Age era features. Never paddled before? Have kids? No worries! Beginners and little ones as small as 35lbs are absolutely welcome. Guests should be able to paddle at an easy pace for 90 minutes and if you have little ones, they can easily and safely just be passenger. We stay close to shore at all times for safety - and better exploring! I use very stable double kayaks. Kayaking is inherently weather-dependent; if you're unsure if the weather will cooperate on your tour, book with confidence! ANY weather-related cancelations have a 100% refund. Start times and days may be flexible, just inquire! For those with more experience I also offer a longer, more involved tour - see "Explore Saratoga Passage by Kayak" in Experiences for more info. See you on the water!
    From Price:$49/person
  • Private Walk & Talk Support Session
    You. You've got some stuff going on. You work hard - really hard - to juggle work, and family, and expectation, and obligation, and everything in between. You're doing a good job (it's true), but it's impossible to keep up. It's not your fault... it's just part of being human. Gift yourself with an hour of sanity, movement, nature, and verbal processing. Let's take a walk together around Greenlake, 3 miles on a beautiful paved trail, where you can share your stories and your concerns one-on-one with a trained (yet super casual) therapist. We'll slow things down and work together to organize some of the confusion. You'll leave feeling a little lighter, a little clearer, and perhaps a little sweatier. (no promises on the sweat, but definitely the first two). PS. I may have a fancy degree, but please trust that I will not be diagnosing you or encouraging you to call/not to call your mother. This is not therapy; this is a place for you to slow down and be heard. Other things to note Another date or time work better for you? Message me for more availability.
    From Price:$87/person
  • Explore Saratoga Passage by Kayak
    Beat the heat and get on the water this week! On our paddle, we'll focus on abundant marine and land creatures, the amazing natural history and rich cultural story of our really special area as well as kayaking technique and safety. I am versed in the countless animals we'll see on nearly every trip, from seals, otters, jellyfish, eagles and other birds.. Even grey whales and orca every now and then! I'm a geology buff - and the area is absolutely rich in astounding, very visible geologic history. A kayak is an amazing platform from which to discover "The Whidbey Formation" as well as many other Ice Age era features. Even when the animals are all napping, there is so much to discuss! Never paddled before? No worries! Beginners are absolutely welcome! Guests should be able to paddle at an easy to moderate pace for three to four hours with a break, covering six miles. We will stay close to shore at all times for safety and better exploring! Kayaking is inherently weather-dependent; if you're unsure if the weather will cooperate on your tour, book with confidence! ANY weather-related cancelations have a 100% refund. There is an individual weight limit of 240lbs as per the kayak manufacturers and folks over 6'2 may not be able to fit. I use double kayaks for guests; single kayaks may be available for more experienced paddlers. Start times and days may be flexible, just inquire!
    From Price:$99/person

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