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Keyport Saltwater Park

Puget Sound and Islands

Just outside of the town of Poulsbo, this park features a short loop trail that takes visitors through the forest to a trail that runs along the shore of Liberty Bay. Continue reading

Location

Puget Sound and Islands -- Seattle-Tacoma Area
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  • Good for kids
  • Coast

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Just outside the town of Poulsbo, this park features a short loop trail that takes visitors through the forest to a trail that runs along the shore of Liberty Bay. 

This park is small, but makes for a great place to contemplate nature while looking out at the water. A couple strategically placed benches along the shore make it easy to relax and take in the sights.

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Keyport Saltwater Park

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Co-ordinates: 47.7008, -122.6273 Open in Google Maps

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Puget Sound and Islands -- Seattle-Tacoma Area

Kitsap County Parks

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Getting There

From Silverdale head north on Silverdale Way NW for about 4.6 miles, then turn right onto WA-308 for about 2 miles. The parking area will be on your left just after crossing a bridge over an inlet of Liberty Bay.

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