August 2, 2012
Contact: Linda Berry-Maraist 621-3839
Join us in Kingston, Saturday August 4, for the Dedication of the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trails and Kingston Trail Rendezvous. Meet us at Mike Wallace Park.
It's a party to celebrate the dedication of the Water Trails from 4-6:30 with arrival of Paddle Kitsap participants, music and beer garden.
Explore the NK Heritage Park, proposed park expansion property and White Horse trails using a hop-on hop-off shuttle bus and/or join a guided walk or mountain bike ride. Free shuttle bus to the trails runs from Kingston from 1-5 p.m. and is provided by the Suquamish Tribe/Port Madison Enterprises.
Park your car in Kingston and join a volunteer guide, or simply grab a map and bus schedule from our information booth and use the shuttle to explore on your own. This is a great opportunity to explore the trails, park or NK Heritage Park expansion property and only walk one way! The park expansion property is part of the Kitsap Forest and Bay effort to conserve 7,000 acres of land , trails and shoreline, stretching from Port Gamble to Kingston. Learn more at www.kitsapforestbay.org
Our booth will have water and land trail maps, trail descriptions, information on the Kitsap Forest and Bay Project & North Kitsap Trails Association, and helpful volunteers. Trail lengths vary from just over a mile up to 5 miles - there is something for everybody!
Guided trail walks leave on the shuttle from Mike Wallace Park at 1, 2 and 3 p.m., mountain bike ride leaves at 2. Find schedule and shuttle bus details under events.
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