South Kitsap Regional Park

Jackson Ave SE & SE Lund Ave, Port Orchard WA 98366

Size: 209 Acres

Region: South District

Features: 3 ballfields (baseball, softball and multi-use), biking trails, playground, horseshoe pits, picnic area, hiking trails, walking trails, skate park, interactive Forest Explorer Trail (adjacent to the playground), large parking lot and restrooms.

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.

Scale Outdoor Railroad: run by Kitsap Live Steamers, Entrance at 3101 SE Marbeth Lane, Port Orchard
Batting Cages: run by Casey's Batting Range, Entrance at 2841 SE Lund Ave, Port Orchard

Park Rules & FAQs

Restrooms: The restroom located by the skate park will be open year round. The restroom located by the playground will be closed annually for the winter season from October 1st through March 31st. Please plan accordingly when planning to visit a Kitsap County Park during the winter season.

Maprika Download Maprika
and explore the park


Rates: $18 per hour per field

Field #1:
Grass field for Soccer and Multi-Use

Field #2:
Grass field for Little League Baseball, Softball, Soccer

Field #3: 
Grass field for Little League Baseball, Softball, Soccer

No pets, bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, skates or private vehicles are allowed on any County Athletic Field at any time.


South Kitsap Regional Park Fields


This park has two entrances.

  • The SE Lund Avenue entrance (2841 SE Lund Ave, Port Orchard) is to the skate park, batting cages, ball fields and portable restrooms.
  • The SE Marbeth Lane entrance (3101 SE Marbeth Lane, Port Orchard) is to the picnic shelter, trains (Kitsap Live Steamers), playground and restrooms.

South Kitsap Regional Park Master Plan

South Kitsap Regional Park Master Plan

Master Plan 2007-2008, RCO Grant Acquired 2009, Redevelopment 2010-2013

Revised Master Plan