Getting Here

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


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: Follow I-5 South to Tacoma. Just past the Tacoma Dome, exit at 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 is ~90 minutes.


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. If you are coming from the Downtown Seattle area, the Bainbridge Island route is ythe closest to Poulsbo. 

If walking on the Ferry Kitsap Transit offers public transportation and there are taxi/car services for hire from the ferry terminals to Poulsbo. If you’d like to plan ahead for a cab, we recommend Viking Cab Co. 


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.


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

Public Transportation

Public transportation is a little limited but buses are available from the ferries Monday through Saturday. Check the the North Kitsap bus schdule and route info here: https://www.kitsaptransit.com/service/routed-buses