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3,400 Greenfield Acres Surrounding Bremerton National Airport, Zoned and Prepped for Development
“The Natural Side of Puget Sound”™
Lifestyle: Kitsap’s livability is the reason so many Boeing and Seattle area workers commute from the “other side” of Puget Sound, why so many military families settle here after being stationed in other parts of the country, and why people who love both the urban attributes of Seattle and the pristine wilderness of the Olympic Peninsula choose to live here.
The Kitsap Peninsula Visitor and Convention Bureau calls our region “The Natural Side of Puget Sound”™ for clear and scenic reasons. Surrounded by 371 miles of accessible shoreline, with Puget Sound and Seattle to the east and the million acre Olympic National Park to the west, Kitsap offers residents a blue and green vista and the kind of outdoor activities every day that many people use for special vacations.
Communities such as Port Orchard, Poulsbo, Kingston, Bremerton, Silverdale and Bainbridge create neighborhood living near to all residents, including farmer’s markets, local festivals, great schools and other rich elements that make ideal environments for active and involved living.
Workforce, Location, Land, and Lifestyle…we have it all…!!
Point No Point Lighthouse and miles of shoreline
Dozens of ports around Puget Sound
Puget Sound's 2,500 miles of shoreline bluffs, beaches, tidelands, and estuaries—are vital and vibrant.
Olympic National Park - Encompassing 1,441 square miles of the Olympic Peninsula
Olympic Mountains with Naval Shipyard in foreground
Seattle skyline from Kitsap Peninsula
City of Port Orchard, Kitsap County
City of Poulsbo, Kitsap County
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