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Kitsap Memorial State Park, Poulsbo

(4.1/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
Kitsap Memorial State Park is a 58acre Washington state park on Hood Canal in Kitsap County. The park offers of shoreline and activities that include picnicking, camping, hiking, scuba diving, fishing, swimming, clamming, crabbing, beachcombing, birdwatching, and field sports.
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  • Stayed at cabin #1 for 1 night. Cabin #1 is closest to the restroom so was very helpful. Since it was Feb, not a lot of people but i can see how it could be crowded if there's a wedding and in the sum...  more »
  • We wanted to check it out with the RV and it was about 1/2 full. Sites are cramped and if you lit the fire pit I am sure I would have burnt up the RV. Not much to do late in the season. Minimal trails...  more »
  • We like to enjoy the parks as much as we can. We take in the beauty, quietness and enjoy the company of each other or with others. We'll find a beautiful place to set up for the day, enjoy the view, p...  more »
  • We had spot 6 reserved but drove out to check out the campground before actually towing our camper out. SO glad we did. I have photos and if what are you are looking for is a party grounds where your table is right next to the sewer line of the camper next to you, this is your place. If you want to be out 'camping' and get some peace and quiet NO GO. The spots are right next to each other NOTHING between your spot and those on the right and left except power, sewer and water. Now spot 18 isn't bad and Spot 39 (camp host) is EXCELLENT. AND if you wanted to tent camp they have beautiful spots. The park is great, the beach is rocky and pretty.
  • I have always liked this place. this park is unusual for kitsap, in that the open area/field is surrounded by giant trees. effectively creating a very secluded, middle of nowhere feel. it's gets a demerit because there are no water fountains. I drank out of the dog dish filler.
  • There isn't much parking but the view of the water, the trees, and the little cabins are so cute! If you're out in the area this is a great place to hang out at all day even. Kids will love it too!
  • Amenities above average. Lots of wedding parties, even in October.
  • Great campground for families! Nice playground, easy beach access. The beach is mostly rocks, but the kids had a great time looking for crabs.