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Parks and nature in Kingston

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“Delightful little town with excellent restaurants and over 50 miles of hiking/biking/jogging trails.”
  • 3 locals recommend
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“Head out on more than 60 miles of off-road trail systems either just across the road or at the trailhead less than a mile away. The Heritage Park system is one of many land and water trails to explore while you are visiting the North Kitsap area! It is also one of the many reasons why we love living in the PNW. :) The trails are used by walkers, hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders. ”
  • 5 locals recommend
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  • 1 local recommends
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“Hansville Greenway is a combination of Kitsap County property and trail easements making a rough square around the community of Hansville. There are miles of hiking opportunities in this network, but the hike from Buck Lake to Lower Hawk's Pond Overlook with the detour to Quiet Place is about 2.5 miles. The Hansville Greenway encompasses not only the trails around Buck Lake and Upper and Lower Hawk's Pond, but community trails that link the park to Point No Point Park (4.2 miles from Quiet Place), Norwegian Point Park, even a 1.2 mile detour to Hood Canal on the Sid Knutson Trail. Take a whole day and make it a long loop.”
  • 3 locals recommend
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“Kingston Farmers Market here Saturdays 9-2 May through Oct. Saturdays evenings music in the park and beer garden (May-Oct)”
  • 1 local recommends