KITSAP COUNTY FAIR & STAMPEDE LONG-TERM SUSTAINABILITY STUDY
A study was done to evaluate the long-term sustainability of the Kitsap County Fair & Stampede. Below are the reports done by the consulting firms.
PresentationAppendix with ExhibitsFinal Report
SILVERDALE WATERFRONT RESTROOMS TEMPORAILY CLOSED JANUARY 16TH-18TH & 23RD-25TH
The Silverdale Waterfront restrooms will be temporarily closed on Wednesday, January 16th through Friday, January 18th and again on Wednesday, January 23rd through Friday January 25th to allow staff to paint. We apologize for any convenience this may cause.
NEW BUCK LAKE PARK PLAYGROUND COMING SOON
The demolition of the playground began the week of October 7th. The new equipment will be installed this winter as the Parks Department goes through permitting and manufacturing. Updates will be posted on the website.
SILVERDALE WATERFRONT PLAYGROUND
Silverdale Waterfront Park Playground's play bark has been replaced with rubberized safety surfacing. This new surface will provide greater accessibility for everyone.
New Interactive Nature Trail Now Open at South Kitsap Regional Park
In years past, northwest kids learned about native plants, wildlife habitats, and developed outdoor adventure skills through scouting and summer camps. With the opening of a new, interactive Forest Explorer Trail adjacent to the playground in South Kitsap Regional Park, learning about the natural environment can be fun and interactive through simple trail challenges and nature education activities. On Saturday, September 8th their was a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the official opening of the trail.
The Forest Explorer Trail is a 1/3-mile, semi-loop that features a series of stations challenging the trail user to see more, do more, and learn more. Children of all ages will learn about the forest environment, perform simple activities for exercise and movement, and develop observation skills to explore the local "NeighborWoods." Find your way through with the Forest Explorer Map.
VILLAGE GREENS GOLF COURSE2298 Fircrest Drive SE, Port Orchard
The course is now closed for the season.
For more information visit www.VillageGreensGolfCourse.com
Director: Jim Dunwiddie
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.(closed on Weekends & Holidays)
Phone: 360.337.5350Fax: 360.337.5385Email:
Office Location: 1195 NW Fairgrounds Rd, Bremerton, WA 98311
Mailing Address: 614 Division St MS-1,Port Orchard, WA 98366
Athletic Fields Rain Line: 360.337.5350 ext. 6
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Annually, from October 1st through March 31st, Horseshoe Lake Park, and Wildcat Lake Park are closed to the public for the winter season. Park restrooms are closed annually for the winter season from October 1st through March 31st. Parks are open during daylight hours only, unless otherwise noted. Please keep this in mind when planning your outings.
UPCOMING ADVISORY MEETINGS
Park Advisory Board Meeting January 16th at 6pm Long Lake Community Building5448 Long Lake Rd SE, Port Orchard Fair & Rodeo Advisory Board MeetingCANCELED - February 13 meetings cancelled.
Park Advisory Board Meeting January 16th at 6pm Long Lake Community Building5448 Long Lake Rd SE, Port Orchard
Fair & Rodeo Advisory Board MeetingCANCELED - February 13 meetings cancelled.
FACILITY RENTALSAre you looking for a place to hold a meeting, wedding, birthday party or special event? We have facilities suitable for small and large events. We also have athletic facilities available.
Check out our facilities here.
EVENTSLooking for something to do? Check out upcoming Events here.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITESAre you looking for ways to help improve our public parks and facilities? Contact us! For more information please contact our office at 360.337.5353 or email@example.com
The Kitsap County Parks Foundation provides an opportunity for those interested in donating money towards the betterment of the County parks. Donations, either general or project specific, will help improve the quality of your parks and enhance visitor experiences.
Thank you for considering a donation to the Kitsap County Parks Foundation. If you wish to support the parks in other ways please visit the volunteer link to see what opportunities may be available.