The Kitsap Peninsula  is in Washington State in the Pacific Northwest of the United States of America. It lies in Puget Sound between the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges.
The region has a rich and diverse history. Giving a combination of Native American, Scandinavian, military and pioneer attractions. The Kitsap Peninsula is "almost" an island, accessible primarily by ferries or bridges with highway access from the south.
Kitsap County  is the governmental body covering the majority of the Peninsula, with Pierce County  lying in the SE portion of the Peninsula, and Mason County  lying in the SW portion of the Peninsula. Mason County extends west beyond the Kitsap Peninsula into the Olympic Peninsula region.
- Bloedel Reserve — a 150-acre gardens so popular reservations are required
- Bremerton Naval Museum
- Bremerton Raceway
- Clearwater Casino
- Fay Bainbridge State Park
- Fort Ward State Park
- Green Mountain State Forest
- Hood Canal Floating Bridge — third-longest floating bridge (the longest over tidewater)
- Illahee State Park — great for a quiet get-away (camping)
- Kitsap Convention Center
- Kitsap Memorial State Park
- Manchester State Park — various turn-of-the-century military structures built to protect the Puget Sound Navel Shipyard
- Naval Undersea Museum — located in Keyport ("Torpedo Town")
- Of Sea and Shore Museum — located in the General Store at Port Gamble
- Old Man House
- Point No Point Casino
- Puget Sound Naval Shipyard
- Scenic Beach State Park — Olympic Mountain views and perfect picniking spots (camping)
- Suquamish Museum
- Tillicum Village at Blake Island State Park — native presentation and cuisine accessed by boat from Seattle's waterfront
- USS Turner Joy — Vietnam era destroyer museum
- Spectacular views of mountains and water
World-class golf courses.