Silverdale, Washington
Activities

A variety of activities await the outdoor enthusiast. For those who enjoy boating, the Port of Silverdale offers moorage and a boat launch. Waterfront Park is adjacent to the pier with playground equipment and picnic areas. Hike or bike the "hidden" Clear Creek Trail or attend the Whaling Days Festival. Explore this page for complete information on what to do in Silverdale.

Bowling

All Star Lanes & Casino. 10710 Silverdale Way NW, Silverdale, WA 98383. Phone: 360-692-5760.

Canoeing

Hui Heihei Wa'a (Outrigger Canoe Club). PO Box 2852, Silverdale, WA 98383. E-mail

Festivals and Events

Whaling Days. PO Box 2021, Silverdale, WA 98383. E-mail

Whaling Days is a community event full of events featuring a festival and street fair, parade, canoe races, music, food vendors and more.

Port

Port of Silverdale. PO Box 310, Silverdale, WA 98383. Phone: 360-698-4918; Fax: 360-698-2402. E-mail

The port offers moorage for boats with security cameras on the pier, electrical hook ups and fresh water hook ups. The boat launch is one of the deepest in the area. Parking stalls for both vehicle and trailer parking is available. Adjacent to the pier is the county park with children's playground equipment, barbeques, gazebo and covered areas.

Sporting Goods and Equipment Rental

Kitsap Sports. 10903 Myhre Place NW, Silverdale, WA 98383. Phone: 360-698-4808.

Silverdale Cyclery. 9242 Silverdale Way, Silverdale, WA 98383. Phone: 360-692-3694.

Trails

Clear Creek Trail
Winding through the heart of Silverdale, this 5 mile long, "hidden" trail begins at Dyes Inlet near the Silverdale Beach Hotel. The beginning of the trail is wide, continuing on through wetlands with a boardwalk and finishing with the paved portion ideal for biking. An interpretive center is located in the red barn at the mouth of the Clear Creek. During weekdays parking is available at Old Mill Park across Bucklin Hill Road. Evenings and weekends one can use the parking lot near the Interpretive Center. The Clear Creek Trail web site, provided by the Clear Creek Trail Task Force, is packed with information on the plants, wildlife and salmon runs.

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