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  4. Waterfront-sea doos! boat on beautiful OYSTER BAY!

Waterfront-sea doos! boat on beautiful OYSTER BAY!

3br Estate
Bremerton,Washington,United States of America
  • Pets Allowed
  • Smoking Allowed
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Beautiful oyster bay home on highly sought after ..OYSTER BAY WA Right on the waters edge truly waterfront living where you can moor your boat or sea Doo Right in your back yard! Also this home boasts free kayak use and a beautiful sprawling hot tub/spa right on the oceans edge The waves lap at the base of the spa! Home British Columbia Idaho Montana Oregon Washington Wyoming HOME >>> Washington >>> Puget Sound >>> Kitsap Peninsula More Kitsap Peninsula: Home Kitsap Towns Attractions Events Mobile | Blog Photo Blog Where to stay and what to do in Kitsap Peninsula CITIES AND TOWNS ATTRACTIONS FESTIVALS AND EVENTS Sea fair Silverdale whaling days Bremerton blackberry festival Festivals every weekend February through October More Washington Cascade Mountains Northeast Northwest Olympic Peninsula Puget Sound San Juan Islands South Central Southeast Southwest Puget Sound Travel Region Kitsap Peninsula List with Go Northwest! Once called the Great Peninsula, Kitsap is surrounded by 236 miles of salt water shoreline and centrally located between the Olympic and Cascade Mountain ranges in the Puget Sound region of Washington State. The Kitsap Peninsula affords spectacular views of mountains and water from every vantage point and welcomes groups of all sizes to tour our unique and beautiful area. Less than an hour from Seattle, Kitsap is easily accessible from the greater Seattle area by four routes of the Washington State Ferry Service, from the west by the Hood Canal Bridge (the world's longest floating bridge over tidal water), and by highway from the south. Every community on Kitsap is located on the waterfront. The combination of Native American, Scandinavian, military and pioneer attractions all within a one-hour radius make Kitsap an easy-to-tour destination rich in history and diversity. From the 1850's lumber mill town of Port Gamble (a National Historic Site) to Bainbridge Island with it's quaint shopping district or the Smithsonian-lauded museum of the Suquamish Tribe and the gravesite of Chief Seattle at St. Peter's Mission, on through the Norwegian town of Poulsbo on the shore of fjord-like Liberty Bay, to the settler's log cabin museum in Port Orchard, Kitsap's heritage abounds. At Bremerton you can visit the Naval Museum, tour the destroyer Turner Joy, take a harbor cruise (from Port Orchard) of the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard or tour the many galleries and arts related activities. Everything for the gardener exists on the Peninsula, including full service nurseries, specialty nurseries and a number of display gardens to tour such as the Bloedel Estate and Heronswood, both featured on Martha Stewart Living, and an internationally known Bonsai Garden. Nine State Parks can be found within the Peninsula's boundaries as well as 14 county and numerous city parks and playgrounds. Boat launches and scuba diving areas are nestled throughout and other sports such as kayaking, skate boarding, swimming, antique and mall shopping, beach combing, hiking, biking, or just relaxing and enjoying the view are readily available. Kitsap restaurants offer delectable dining and once again, there's that fabulous view. Eleven golf courses include three of the ten top-ranked in Washington with two of those being ranked by Golf Digest in the Nation's top 200 public courses. Shopping is another plus with everything from galleries to craft shops, antiques, specialty shops, large chain stores and the up-to-the-minute Related Web Sites "Kitsap and Beyond" is the blog of Jean Boyle, a Kitsap tourism advocate, photographer and resident. The Kitsap Peninsula has it all, plus the Olympic Peninsula out one door and Seattle out the other. After living around the country, and appreciating every place I've spent time, I feel most at home here on Kitsap�. The blog shares things to do, places to go and great photographs of the Kitsap Peninsula . . . and beyond. Kitsap Business Journal. 321 Tremont Street, Port Orchard WA 98366. Phone: (phone: hidden); Fax: (phone: hidden). E-mail The Kitsap Peninsula Visitor and Convention Bureau. 9481 Silverdale Way NW, Suite 203A, Silverdale, WA 98383. Phone: (phone: hidden); Toll-free: (phone: hidden). E-mail Kitsap County Historical Museum. 280 Fourth Street, Bremerton, WA 98337. Phone (phone: hidden); Fax: (phone: hidden). Additional fees may apply: - Boat/sea doo rental | 225 per day Beautiful oyster bay waterfront location! Very quiet highly sought after oyster bay location! Beautiful private oyster bay is your backyard with a private soft sand beach! You r sea DOOS and or ski/fishing boat will be moored right in your back yard, so you enjoy all the fun of water sports without any work.
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