Illahee State Park
This is a beautiful state park. You can access the rocky beach and breathe deeply surrounded by gorgeous trees.
Giant trees and wonderful waterfront walks. Trails through the wooded landscape lead to surprise destinations.
Unwind in Bremerton's largest park space. From Wikipedia: "The park's old-growth stand is home to one of the nation's oldest Pacific yews, which has been standing for approximately 400 years. Park activities include picnicking, camping, hiking, boating, and shellfish harvesting."
Picnic shelters, secluded picnic tables scattered throughout, camp sites, large playground, trails to explore, follow drive down to waterfront to park then walk along beach. If you're lucky you'll see a ferry passing with the mountain view behind it.
Beautiful walking paths, puget sound beach access, cabana's for party's, plenty of green space.
“Craft beer & European-inspired pub grub offered in a microbrewery with a lounge & restaurant.”
“We love this place for seafood. It's a casual restaurant that serves steak, sandwiches & burgers as well. It has a large waterfront deck.”
“Great food, and a beautiful waterfront setting that serving local catches, plus regional wines & beers.”
“Great atmosphere for the 60's with great food. You may have to wait but it is worth it. Serving breakfast. Voted "Best breakfast in Washington State" by People Magazine.”
“Great tap selection! Family friendly, "upscale casual" American fare. For larger parties ask to reserve the private bank vault room converted from when the building was an actual bank.”