Kitsap Peninsula Water Trail added to Cascadia Marine Trails

Visit Kitsap Peninsula and Kitsap County have been notified that the Washington Water Trails Association (WWTA) has adopted the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trail as an official segment of the Cascadia Marine Trail (CMT), a National Scenic Trail. The announcement was made by Morgan Scherer, executive director of WWTA.

“Adding KPWT as a robust segment of the CMT is a fantastic opportunity to enrich the entire Cascadia Marine Trail that will generate excitement about public access to our waterways and enjoyment of water trail activities,” said Scherer. “WWTA is excited to work together to share this important water trail with residents and visitors to Washington State.”

The Kitsap Peninsula Water Trail is currently featured on the WWTA website along with other popular water trails in Washington State that serve nearly 500,000 people. Kitsap Peninsula Water Trail events will be featured on the WWTA website, Facebook page, in newsletters and press releases generating state and national attention for the Kitsap Peninsula region.


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