Hansville is located on the northern tip of the Kitsap Peninsula affording sweeping views of Admiralty Inlet, Whidbey Island, and Puget Sound.
There is an abundance of wildlife viewing and bird watching. Fishermen enjoy catching salmon from the beach while taking in the views and watching the parade of marine traffic.
This picturesque rural community enjoys some of the areas lowest rainfall totals, making it an ideal outdoor recreation site.
Scenic 157-acre Buck Lake County Park and Point No Point Light House and its surrounding 60-acre park are nearby.
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A sandwich or ice cream cone at the Hansville Store in Beautiful Downtown Hansville (across from the church), or stop at the restaurant at Point-No-Point Casino, located on the Hansville Highway.
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Drink water or softdrinks at the Hansville Store (in Beautiful Downtown Hansville) or at the Point-No-Point casino.
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Overnight accommodations found in Kingston, WA-where the ferry comes in from Edmonds, WA (the main land)
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There are many ways to get to the Hansville highway but only two ways to get to Hansville. Come down the Hansville Highway from Highway 104 or come by boat to one of the many communities that makes up the Greater Hansville area. Come to Eglon, Cliffside, Shorewood, Driftwood Key, Skunk Bay, Norweigan Point,or to a private dock on the Twin Spits side of the canal.