Greater Kingston Community Chamber of Commerce
Kingston anchors the western end of the Washington State Ferry Edmonds-Kingston route. It’s a beautiful and scenic 30-minute ferry ride, perfect for a walk-on ferry adventure in either direction. Kingston’s charming main street is lined with shops, assorted restaurants, bakeries, craft breweries, and wine bars. While there, take advantage of the natural beauty of the Kitsap Peninsula. Kingston is a popular destination for boating and water trail activities, it has miles of great shorelines and many routes for cycling activities.
The Greater Kingston Area
Port Gamble is an unincorporated community on the northwestern shore of the Kitsap Peninsula in Kitsap County, Washington. Kitsap Peninsula situated on the shores of scenic Hood Canal. Explore the 120-acre National Historic Landmark complete with picturesque, turn-of-the-century buildings…
White Horse Golf Course
The Premier Pacific Northwest Golf Destination! While playing a rewarding round of golf you will enjoy the peaceful surroundings and frequent sighting of local wildlife, who call the course home. Nestled among old growth fir, pine, and cedar trees this is considered one of Kitsap…
Point No Point
Point No Point Lighthouse is an operational aid to navigation on the northeastern tip of the Kitsap Peninsula on the west side of Puget Sound, at Point No Point where Admiralty Inlet joins Puget Sound, near the small community of Hansville, Kitsap County, in the U.S. state of Washington.
Located in Kingston, WA Heronswood Garden was founded in 1987, by Dan Hinkley, horticulturalist, and Robert Jones, architect. The garden and property were left under minimal care and maintenance through August of 2012, when the Port S’Klallam Tribe purchased…
On the shores of Appletree Cove, known as the “Little City by the Sea”, this charming waterfront community is the gateway to the Kitsap Peninsula and Olympic National Park. This busy port of entry offers vehicle and foot ferry service to Edmonds and Seattle.
Explore the downtown district and enjoy the cozy cafes, bakeries, unique retail, and appetizing restaurants. Enjoy farm-to-table cuisine, craft beer, and local wines. Kingston’s shops and restaurants as well as the Kingston Public Market are popular with both locals and boaters.
Recently named one of the Best Northwest Getaways, Kingston and North Kitsap are an outdoors lover’s dream with breathtaking views and beaches, and numerous water, hiking, and mountain bike trails.
Nearby amenities include the historic Point No Point Lighthouse, and the legendary Heronswood Botanical Gardens.
Kingston is a premier pacific northwest golf destination with a nearby Whitehorse Golf Course. Visit the world-class Point Casino and Hotel for gaming, live entertainment, and dining.