To register, click June 21 on the calendar to the right.
Celebrate the newly established Kitsap Peninsula Water Trail! You can take a pleasant paddle on the trail, try kayaks, standup paddleboards and Werner Paddles and other eqiupment, let your kids try youth kayaks and play games, or just come check out our new rental location.
This fun event is held in old town Silverdale at the Silverdale Waterfront Park. The optional paddle starts at Evergreen Park in Bremerton, with stops along the way at Water Trail sites for a poker run (prizes at the end!). We will have a shuttle available to take you back to Evergreen Park. The paddle has a suggested donation of $10/person, which will be donated to the North Kitsap Trails Association. The shuttle is $5/person.
Event entry is $5/youth and $10/adult, which will include demos of equipment, games and how-to demonstrations. There is a suggested donation of $10 for the Evergreen Park paddle, which will go to the Kayak and Outdoor Adventure Camp Scholarship Fund.
To pre-purchase tickets, rentals for the paddle, or a shuttle ride click on June 21 on the calendar to the right.
This event is in partnernship with Visit Kitsap Peninsula, KayakProShop.com and Kitsap County Ports.
Bring a change of clothes just in case you get wet!
Here are some teasers as to what will be happening at the Festival:
Optional paddle and poker run from Evergreen Park to Silverdale waterfront on the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trail: prizes to all paddlers and a grand prize to the winning hand in the poker run!
Gear available to try, with experts on hand to answer questions: Necky and Wilderness Systems Kayaks, carbon fiber and fiberglass Werner Paddles and standup paddleboards
Games for kids
Giveaways for everyone
Silent Auction fundraiser for kayak and Outdoor Adventure Camps
1-2:00pm: SUP Intro Class. No experience needed, all ages welcome!
2:00 pm: Kids game
3-4:00pm: Sea Kayak Intro Class. No experience needed, all ages welcome!
Paddle the Trail timeline
Evergreen Park to Silverdale Waterfront Park
This paddle is for all human powered boats.
9-10:00am: Check in at Evergreen park - Leave car here for later pickup
10-12:00pm: Paddle, 4 stops along the Kitsap Peninsula Water Trail for poker cards
12:00pm: Poker Run Prizes
12-5:00pm: Festivities at the Silverdale Waterfront Park
1:30-2:00 pm: Shuttle back to cars at Evergreen Park
4:30-5pm: Last shuttle back to cars at Evergreen Park
Things To Bring
Just bring yourself, friends, family and a change of clothes in case you decide to paddle!
For the paddle portion, you can use your own boat of any type, or rent a kayak or standup paddleboard from us.
Rental prices are $40 for singles, $54 for doubles, or $40 for a standup paddleboard. Rentals include paddles, lifejackets and a short lesson/refresher. We will have safety boaters on the water and we will have all rental equipment at Evergreen Park.
The event at Silverdale Waterfront Park is 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
The paddle will start at Evergreen Park in Bremerton and end at the Festival, which is at the Silverdale Waterfront Park in old town Silverdale, just off Chico Way and highway 305.
There will be shuttle back to Evergreen Park for $5.
Booking for [Festival Entry, Classes & Demos ] on December 31, 1969
Availability: Sorry, there is no availability left for this option
"Thank you again for scheduling the Saturday outing for our group. It was wonderful, Hawk was an excellent instructor and everyone had a great time, and 4 of us would like to sign up for the SK-2 class this Thursday evening."
"Thank you so much again for the fabulous lesson today! We all had an absolute blast. When Kendalls mom dropped Kate off at our house this afternoon, the girls were begging us to go tomorrow. They were offering to pay for it, even! I think weve got some lifelong SUPers on our hands..."
"I actually went to the shop two weekends ago to buy the boys their wetsuits. They stocked a lot of really great equipment for my kayak building projects. It is good to know that they can order items that are not on the website as well, as I am always looking for parts that are difficult to find sometimes."