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Kitsap County Parks is composed of the following 38 parks: A Quiet Place Park, Anderson Hill Athletic Fields, Anderson Landing Preserve, Anderson Point County Park, Anna Smith Park, Arness Roadside Park, Bandix Dog Park, Banner Forest Heritage Park, Buck Lake County Park, Carpenter Lake/Nike Site/Saltmarsh, Coulter Creek Heritage Park, Givens Community Center, Guillemot Cove County Park, Hansville Greenway, Horseshoe Lake County Park, Howe Farm, Illahee Preserve Heritage Park, Island Lake County Park, Kingston Community Center, Kingston Skate Park, Kingston Tennis Courts, Kitsap Fairgrounds and Events Center, Kola Kole Park, Long Lake County Park, Newberry Hill Heritage Park, Nick's Lagoon, North Kitsap Heritage Park, Old Mill Park, Point No Point Lighthouse and Park, Salsbury Point Community Park, Schold Farm, Silverdale Community Center, Silverdale Rotary Gateway Park, Silverdale Waterfront Park, Veterans Memorial Park, Village Greens Golf Course, Wildcat Lake County Park, and Wynn-Jones Preserve.

A Quiet Place Park is composed of 9.3 Acres and is located in the North District. Walking trails, viewpoints are available. Directions to the park are the following: From Highway 104 in Kingston turn left on Ohio Street . Parking is just below the entrance to the trail

Anderson Hill Athletic Fields, Landing Preserve, and Point County Parks have 18.5 acres- 68 acres of Walking trails, view points, beach access, picnic areas, soccer fields, and one practice field. Anderson Landing Preserve directions are as follows: From Silverdale take Bucklin Hill Road to Anderson Hill Road . Turn right onto Warren Ave. , about 1/4 to the parking lot / trail head. Anderson Point County Park directions are as follows: From Port Orchard take Sedgwick to Banner, turn right on Banner. Cross S.E. Fragaria, and S.E. Wilcox. Approximately two miles down look for the sign for Millihanna Road on a telephone pole on the left side of the road. Turn left unto Millihanna and drive to the gate at the end of the road. Parking is on the left.

Anna Smith Park is composed of 7.5 acres of Home to the Master Gardeners Demonstration Gardens . The following activities are available for visitors: Saltwater fishing, picnic area, trails and restrooms. This Active park is located in the Central District. Buck Lake County Park has 20 acres of lake access, beach, swimming area, picnic areas, playground, ball fields, basketball court, volleyball court, BMX track, and restrooms. Point No Point Lighthouse and Park is composed of 59.8 Acres and has a Historic lighthouse, saltwater beach access, picnic areas, walking trails, and fishing areas (USGC Lease). Point No Point Lighthouse and Park is located on the North District part of the County.

Contact information:

Anderson Hill Athletic Fields
Directions: 10900 Impasse Pl NW ,
Silverdale , WA.Phone 1: Chip Faver, Director: (360) 337-4796
Phone 2: Brian Lyman, Park Planner: (360)307-4252

Anna Smith Park
Directions: 7601 Tracyton Blvd. ,
Bremerton , WA.
Phone 1: Chip Faver, Director: (360) 337-4796
Phone 2: Brian Lyman, Park Planner: (360) 307-4252

Buck Lake County Park
6959 NE Buck Lake Road ,
Hansville , WA.
Phone 1: Chip Faver, Director: (360) 337-4796
Phone 2: Brian Lyman, Park Planner: (360) 307-4252

Point No Point Lighthouse and Park
9001 NW Point No Point Road ,
Hansville , WA.
Phone 1: Chip Faver, Director: (360) 337-4796
Phone 2: Brian Lyman, Park Planner: (360) 307-4252

 



 

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