Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park

Hike and trail run along 60 miles of rolling trails and forest roads in this 3,493-acre park in North Kitsap County. The area also used for horseback riding and mountain biking, and is open to hunting and logging.

getting there

Drive SR-104 or SR-307 to their intersection. Turn north to onto or to continue on SR-104, drive 2.7 miles, an turn left into the county park trailhead (aka Bayview Trailhead) and parking lot. Additional trailheads and parking are to the south on Stottlemeyer Rd and Port Gamble Rd, and the Uplands Trailhead is to the north on SR-104.


  • This area hosts trail running and mountain bike races.
  • This is is partly on private land and is open to logging. Please respect all posted closures.
  • This area is open to hunting. Be sure to wear bright orange during hunting season.
  • Check Kitsap County's Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park web page and the North Kitsap Trails Association website for maps and information on events in the area.
  • Difficulty: *Varies*, Easy, Easy/Moderate, Moderate
  • Length: 5.0 mi
  • Land Manager: Kitsap County Parks
  • Parking Permit Required: None
  • Recommended Party Size: 12
  • Maximum Party Size: 25
  • Maximum Route/Place Capacity: 25
  • USGS Port Gamble
  • see Land Manager
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