Best Trails Near Bremerton WA

Bremerton has 26 trails in the vicinity, including 21 hiking trails and 11 for trail running. These trails range from 0.8 to 13.5 miles in length. The longest trail in Bremerton is Wildcat Trail and Beyond a well-known trail measuring 13.5 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are Wildcat and Beaver Pond Trail, Illahee State Park Campground and Green Mountain State Forest. Trails.com member Lionel B. recently completed Anderson Landing Preserve.

More information on the best trails in Bremerton can be found below.
  • Green Mountain State Forest

    3 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    The Kitsap Peninsula has numerous hiking options, but there is only one Green Mountain, a prominent high point in the middle of a mostly flat and low-lying landscape. Luckily, the second-highest ...
    •  3 to 7 hours
    •  7.7 miles
    •  Guide

    The Kitsap Peninsula has numerous hiking options, but there is only one Green Mountain, a prominent high point in the middle ...

  • Green Mountain

    2 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    Green Mountain State Forest is located close to Tahuya State Forest, but it offers quite a different riding experience. The loop portion of the journey starts after climbing on the Wildcat Trail ...
    •  10.7 miles
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    Green Mountain State Forest is located close to Tahuya State Forest, but it offers quite a different riding experience. The ...

  • Ueland Tree Farm Trails

    1 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    A 2500-acre family-owned, sustainably managed tree farm open to the public for non-motorized recreation (including mountain bikes and horses), the Ueland Tree Farm is also a key parcel in an ...
    •  1-1.5 hours
    •  0.8 miles
    •  Guide

    A 2500-acre family-owned, sustainably managed tree farm open to the public for non-motorized recreation (including mountain ...

  • Wildcat Trail and Beyond

    1 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    A mere ferry ride away for mountain bikers in the Seattle/Tacoma area, the Wildcat Trail makes a great afternoon getaway. Entirely on singletrack, except for a few road crossings here and there, ...
    •  2 to 4 hours
    •  13.5 miles
    •  Guide

    A mere ferry ride away for mountain bikers in the Seattle/Tacoma area, the Wildcat Trail makes a great afternoon getaway. ...

  • Anderson Landing Preserve

    1 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    A pocket preserve providing access to a beautiful stretch of Hood Canal coastline, Anderson Landing also provides stunning bluff-top views and nice walking through a ferny gulch. Take to 2 ...
    •  2-3 hours
    •  2.0 miles
    •  Guide

    A pocket preserve providing access to a beautiful stretch of Hood Canal coastline, Anderson Landing also provides stunning ...

  • 360 Trails

    1 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    While also open to horses and hikers, this fairly new park is especially popular with mountain bikers. A few of the trails were even built by and made speci?cally for mountain bikers and are ...
    •  8-9 hours
    •  8.0 miles
    •  Guide

    While also open to horses and hikers, this fairly new park is especially popular with mountain bikers. A few of the trails ...

  • Poulsbo’s Fish Park

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    A small park in the heart of a small but growing city, Poulsbo’s Fish Park with its many amenities is sure to make a splash with you. While only 40 acres, the park is laced with a network of ...
    •  2-2.5 hours
    •  1.5 miles
    •  Guide

    A small park in the heart of a small but growing city, Poulsbo’s Fish Park with its many amenities is sure to make a splash ...

  • Green Mountain

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    Climb to the top of the Kitsap Peninsula’s second-highest peak, and you’ll be rewarded with good views of Puget Sound, the Seattle skyline, and Mount Rainier. Then return on a route taking you ...
    •  5-6 hours
    •  5.2 miles
    •  Guide

    Climb to the top of the Kitsap Peninsula’s second-highest peak, and you’ll be rewarded with good views of Puget Sound, the ...

  • Newberry Hill Heritage Park

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    One of Kitsap County’s largest and newest parks, Newberry Hill Heritage Park offers 12 miles of well-maintained, non- motorized interconnecting trails. While some of these trails traverse recently ...
    •  1 day
    •  12.0 miles
    •  Guide

    One of Kitsap County’s largest and newest parks, Newberry Hill Heritage Park offers 12 miles of well-maintained, non- motorized ...

  • Illahee State Park Campground

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    Here is one of those classic Northwest spots that makes spontaneous car camping such a delightful proposition in this region. Situated on a high bluff that guards the southern entrance to ...
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    Here is one of those classic Northwest spots that makes spontaneous car camping such a delightful proposition in this region. Situated ...

  • Scenic Beach State Park

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    This 88-acre campground, one of the loveliest in the Washington system, features 1,500 feet of gravelly saltwater frontage on Hood Canal, a nature trail, and great views of the Olympic Mountains. ...
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    This 88-acre campground, one of the loveliest in the Washington system, features 1,500 feet of gravelly saltwater frontage ...

  • Illahee State Park

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    This park on the outskirts of Bremerton covers 75 acres and features 1,785 feet of saltwater frontage on Port Orchard Bay and a veterans war memorial. The campsites are on a bluff above a relatively ...
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    This park on the outskirts of Bremerton covers 75 acres and features 1,785 feet of saltwater frontage on Port Orchard Bay ...

  • Camp Spillman

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    Heavy ATV use can make this remote wooded campground on the river pretty noisy. Trails in the area are inviting. Site options include 6 primitive sites for tents and small RVs no longer than ...
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    Heavy ATV use can make this remote wooded campground on the river pretty noisy. Trails in the area are inviting. Site options ...

  • Wildcat and Beaver Pond Trail

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    Located in the Green Mountain Forest on the Kitsap Peninsula, the Wildcat and Beaver Pond Trails have been carved out of the forest primarily by motocross riders, making for sweet twisting singletrack ...
    •  2 to 3 hours
    •  12.9 miles
    •  Guide

    Located in the Green Mountain Forest on the Kitsap Peninsula, the Wildcat and Beaver Pond Trails have been carved out of ...

  • Big Tree Trail

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    Protecting some of the oldest and biggest trees remaining in the Puget Trough, including one Douglas fir with a diameter over 30 feet, this quiet nature preserve sits at the confluence ...
    •  1.5-2 hours
    •  1.4 miles
    •  Guide

    Protecting some of the oldest and biggest trees remaining in the Puget Trough, including one Douglas fir with a diameter ...

  • Clear Creek Trail

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    A network of trails actually, the Clear Creek Trail consists of more than 7 miles of paved and unpaved trails in a greenbelt located smack dab right in the middle of Kitsap County’s largest retail ...
    •  7-8 hours
    •  7.0 miles
    •  Guide

    A network of trails actually, the Clear Creek Trail consists of more than 7 miles of paved and unpaved trails in a greenbelt ...

  • Illahee Preserve Heritage Park

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    The 545-acre forested Illahee Preserve is wedged between bustling Bremerton and Silverdale. The centerpiece of a nearly intact watershed within an urban area on Puget Sound, it was once slated ...
    •  5-6 hours
    •  5.0 miles
    •  Guide

    The 545-acre forested Illahee Preserve is wedged between bustling Bremerton and Silverdale. The centerpiece of a nearly intact ...

  • Lions Park and Stephenson Canyon

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    Take an easy walk or run around the beautifully manicured grounds of Lions Park on Port Washington Narrows. Watch shorebirds in the nearby surf and clouds dancing off the jagged Olympic peaks ...
    •  2.5-3 hours
    •  2.4 miles
    •  Guide

    Take an easy walk or run around the beautifully manicured grounds of Lions Park on Port Washington Narrows. Watch shorebirds ...

  • Theler Wetlands

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    Spend a couple of hours or all day exploring a wildlife-rich estuary at the farthest reaches of fjord-like Hood Canal. Watch for eagles, osprey, herons, swallows, otters, and deer as you hike ...
    •  3-3.5 hours
    •  3.0 miles
    •  Guide

    Spend a couple of hours or all day exploring a wildlife-rich estuary at the farthest reaches of fjord-like Hood Canal. Watch ...

  • Twanoh Creek Loop

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    Twanoh State Park protects 182 acres of mature forest, creek ravine, and beach on Hood Canal. The name Twanoh is derived from the Skokomish people, meaning “gathering place”—and this green refuge ...
    •  3-3.5 hours
    •  2.3 miles
    •  Guide

    Twanoh State Park protects 182 acres of mature forest, creek ravine, and beach on Hood Canal. The name Twanoh is derived ...

  • Sehmel Homestead Park

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    The Sehmel Homestead Park is not only one of PenMet’s newest parks, but also one of the agency’s finest, with wellgroomed trails (including some open to bikes and horses), sport fields, ...
    •  4-5 hours
    •  4.0 miles
    •  Guide

    The Sehmel Homestead Park is not only one of PenMet’s newest parks, but also one of the agency’s finest, with wellgroomed ...

  • Rotary Bark Park

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    Many dog parks consist of a small gated area enclosing a muddy romping ground, but not this one. Rotary Bark Park’s main draw is its 15-acre wooded off-leash area traversed by trails, but with ...
    •  3-4 hours
    •  3.0 miles
    •  Guide

    Many dog parks consist of a small gated area enclosing a muddy romping ground, but not this one. Rotary Bark Park’s main ...

  • McCormick Forest

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    Long known among area runners as the Jail Woods for its proximity to the Washington Corrections Center for Women, this 122-acre forested parcel is now a PenMet Park with a well-marked and maintained ...
    •  4-5 hours
    •  4.0 miles
    •  Guide

    Long known among area runners as the Jail Woods for its proximity to the Washington Corrections Center for Women, this 122-acre ...

  • Penrose Point State Park

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    Most visitors come to this old-estate-turned-park for its lovely beaches, campsites, and grassy shore-abutting picnic grounds. One of the prettiest state parks on Puget Sound, Penrose Point also ...
    •  2.5- 3 hours
    •  2.5 miles
    •  Guide

    Most visitors come to this old-estate-turned-park for its lovely beaches, campsites, and grassy shore-abutting picnic grounds. ...

  • Maple Hollow Park

    0 Reviews

    Bremerton, WA

    A former DNR tract recently transferred to a park agency, Maple Hollow is far more valuable as parkland than as timberland, as protected shoreline on increasingly populated Puget Sound is in ...
    •  40-90 minutes
    •  1.0 miles
    •  Guide

    A former DNR tract recently transferred to a park agency, Maple Hollow is far more valuable as parkland than as timberland, ...