Thank you Northwest Travel & Life for an awesome article on North Kitsap!
by Richard Walker
North Kitsap Peninsula is a treasure trove for the casual day traveler with its rural communities along the inlets of the Salish Sea and its richness of cultural and historical sites. You can easily reach it by state ferry from downtown Seattle and Edmonds or by bridge from Tacoma.
At Point No Point on Admiralty Inlet, a monument marks the place where indigenous leaders and representatives of the U.S. signed the Treaty of Point No Point in 1855, opening the region to non-Native settlement. Tour the restored 1879 lighthouse, enjoy the songs of migratory birds in the salt marsh and hike to Hood Canal on a forested trail of the Hansville Greenway and Wildlife Preserve. kitsapgov.com/parks/parks/pages/regionalparks/point_no_point.htm
In Little Boston, view fine S’Klallam art on exhibit at the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe’s Point Casino. At the entrance, you will be greeted by two large welcome figures carved by S’Klallam artist Jimmy Price. the-point-casino.com