Less than 90 minutes from Seattle, Poulsbo is easily accessible by:

By Car:

From the West: Travel over the Hood Canal Bridge (the world’s longest floating bridge over tidal water) or by HWY 3 from the South. Poulsbo offers Free Parking and access to electric plug charging stations for those traveling green.

From Seattle / Sea-Tac Airport: Start going SE on South 118th Street (towards Military Road),Follow I-5 South to Tacoma. Just past the Tacoma Dome, exit at exit #132 onto Highway 16 to Bremerton. Go over the Tacoma Narrows Bridge and continue past Gig Harbor and Port Orchard. Take the WA-305 Exit towards: Poulsbo/Bainbridge Island / Kingston Drive time – 90 minutes

By Ferry:

Washington State Ferry Riders have the option to drive on or walk on. The Washington State Ferry Service offers the flexibility of 4 routes making it easy to travel by ferry allowing you to relax and take in the sites.

By Foot:

If walking on the Ferry Kitsap Transit offers public transportation and there are taxi/car services for hire.

By Boat:

Poulsbo Marina has 130 guest slips – so there’s always room for you.  The marina offers a wide range of facilities including permanent and transient moorage, bathhouse, laundry room, and marine fuel.

By Sea Plane:

The Port of Poulsbo offers those flying in by Seaplane a designated dock located in the calm waters of Liberty Bay and just a few steps away from the downtown corridor. Multiple Air Carriers offer Service into Poulsbo. http://www.nwseaplanes.com/ | http://www.kenmoreair.com