BREMERTON NORTHERN MODEL RAILROAD, INC.Located in the Kitsap Sun PavilionThe Bremerton Northern Model Railroad (BNMR) has its roots in a loosely knit group of Kitsap County model railroaders who met periodically in each other’s homes. In late 1972 this group began holding organizational meetings, and in February of 1973, received their Charter.The BNMR is a 401c7 organization. We are a 100% National Model Railroad Association (NMRA) Club. The NMRA is an organization formed to advance the global scale model railroading community through education, advocacy, standard and social interaction. The NMRA is divided into Regions. We belong to the Pacific Northwest Region (PNR). Each Region is divided into Divisions. We belong to the fourth Division.The BNMR is the parent corporation of multiple scale model railroads. Currently, the only operational Division is the Kitsap Western. The Kitsap Western is a sectional HO freelanced, nonspecific prototype, railroad. Recently, a new NTRAK Division has formed and is currently establishing standards and building modules.Currently, we show at Kitsap County Fair & Stampede, various model railroad shows, area retirement homes, and the Veteran’s Home at Retsil, Washington.We meet monthly and discuss club business, upcoming shows, and publish an electronic newsletter, “The Flimsy Board”.Our layout was designed by a longtime member, Eric Rudolph, as a sectional layout with elevation changes and movement from the front to the back of the modules.The layout is wired so that we can run either DC or DCC power. There is a total of 20 modules which can be arranged in three different configurations. The largest is 30’x34’, the intermediate is 18’x22’, and the smallest is 14’x18’. The layout has approximately 300’ of track. Our mainline tracks are code 100, and our branch line is code 83. Our design radius for curves on the mainline is 44.5 inches and 33 inches on the branchline. The layout scenery is based on the 1950-1960 era. Our crowd-pleasing “World Famous” Durfee’s Starburst Mine allows us to introduce youngsters to the fun side of model railroading.
OLYMPIC PENINSULA ANTIQUE TRACTOR AND ENGINE ASSOCIATIONA family friendly organization dedicated to the preservation of the history and the equipment of the golden age of discovery, development and manufacture of farming, logging and industrial equipment.At this year’s Kitsap County Fair, members will display preserved and running tractors and stationary engines; hit and miss engines running a can crusher and a bubble machine; restored tractors; and highly modified tractors and lawn mowers used in competition.Bring all your kids, young and old, to visit our hands-on displays on the grass adjacent to the History Museum Building at the Kitsap County Fair.
KITSAP PENINSULA MYCOLOGICAL SOCIETYLocated in the Presidents' Hall
Kitsap Peninsula Mycological Society is a non-profit interested in the fascinating world of mycology. Our purpose is to study, identify and collect fungi. Our membership consists of mushroom enthusiasts in and around the Kitsap Peninsula. Learn more at
Pre-purchase DISCOUNT TICKETS at KITSAP BANKS located in Kitsap County starting August 1st or PURCHASE ONLINE
Tickets also available at the gate on day of event
*Please note: tickets purchased online have additional fees applied.
EVERYDAYChildren 5 & Under FREE!
Carnival Ride Tickets Carnival Ride Tickets will be available during Fair at the Carnival Ticket Booths
Unlimited Ride Wristbands $35
Pre-purchase Discount Wristbands for $26*
Tickets for wristbands must be exchanged at Main Gate or Pavilion Gate ticket booths for actual wristband.