Updated:08/9/18The Washington State Ferry System The Washington State Ferry system services the islands of Washington as well as connecting the mainland with the peninsula and other points. The system even connects to Victoria, British Columbia. Traveling by ferry is a state of mind as much as a means of transportation to some of the […]
You’re on your way to another world, barely connected by land to the major cities of Puget Sound. Whether you’re driving west, or standing at the bow of a ferry, you can’t help but stare ahead to the jagged beauty of the Olympic Mountains. You can reach the Olympic and Kitsap Peninsulas by several different routes: take a car ferry from Seattle, Edmonds, Whidbey Island, or Victoria, BC, or drive around through Tacoma or Olympia. The scenic Olympic Loop (Highway 101) circumnavigates Olympic National Park and provides access to the entire peninsula region.
Updated:01/18/18Kitsap Peninsula Washington State Once called the Great Peninsula, Kitsap Peninsula is surrounded by 236 miles of salt water shoreline and centrally located between the Olympic and Cascade Mountain ranges in the Puget Sound region of Washington State. The Kitsap Peninsula affords spectacular views of mountains and water from every vantage point and welcomes groups […]