The Town of Poulsbo is alive with activities and sightseeing. Breathtaking views and award winning food makes Poulsbo a top pick for Pacific Northwest vacations. Here are a few of the many attractions not to miss while enjoying your stay in Poulsbo.
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Suquamish Clearwater Casino resort is a naturally breathtaking casino. The casino has endless excitement of video slots, blackjack, poker, craps, keno and roulette. The Casino offers numerous dining choices too. The Casino will provide shuttle service to and from the hotel.
The lodge is surrounded by fragrant cedars, majestic firs and a stunning variety of blooming plant life. In addition to this lush atmosphere, Kiana Lodge is situated on 1,000 feet of no bank waterfront and six acres of beautiful gardens. The lodge offers year round meeting space, banquet facilities and catering services for private parties, corporate events and many wedding celebrations.
The Bloedel Reserve is an internationally renowned award-winning public garden. The Reserve’s primary mission is to enrich people’s lives by providing a tranquil and refreshing experience of natural beauty. Its 150 acres are a unique blend of natural woodlands and beautifully landscaped gardens, including a Japanese Garden, a Moss Garden, a Reflection Pool, and the Bloedel’s estate home. We invite you to visit this Northwest treasure.
White Horse Golf Club
A spectacular course nestled on high ground between the Olympic & Cascade mountains. White Horse golf course offers sweeping views of Puget Sound & the mountains. Delights unfold on every hole. White Horse Golf Club opened in 2007 with rave reviews.
Keyport Undersea Museum
Significant artifacts on display include major U. S. torpedoes dating from the Whitehead and Howell torpedoes to modern MK 46 and MK 50 weapons; a Confederate mine from the Civil War; torpedo tubes from the fleet ballistic missile submarine USS Tecumseh; and a simulation of the control room from the fast attack submarine Greenling. The exhibits offer numerous video, audio, and hands-on activities to enhance a visitor’s enjoyment and understanding.
Northwest Electric Boat Rentals
Rent a classic electric boat from Northwest Electric Boat Rentals located at the Poulsbo waterfront. In style and comfort, cruise Liberty Bay and explore the pristine shoreline of Bainbridge Island. The boats are covered, enclosed, heated and cozy on chilly or rainy days or open for a breeze and sunshine during warm weather. Each boat holds up to 12 people and is as easy to operate as a golf cart. Bring your music cds, your picnic & beverages.
Port Gamble Specials and Current Events
Founded in 1853, Port Gamble was the longest continuously operating mill town in North America. Authentically restored and operated by Pope Resources, Port Gamble is the only remaining company owned mill town in Puget Sound. Visit unique shops and markets, explore trails, or simply take a leisurely stroll and re-live history. Explore the turn of the century buildings filled with antiques, an historic church, and breathtaking views.
Seattle Wedding Show
Times have really changed, and planning a wedding has become just slightly more elaborate than what we had planned so many years ago. And because we know how much there is to do and how stressful it can be at times, we are committed to giving couples the chance to see only the "Best of the Best" at our two-day show.
The Point Casino
The Point Casino is located in Kingston with over 575 latest slot machines in denominations from 1 cent to $5.00. Get reimbursed for ferry ride with only 1 hour of play.
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Olympic Outdoor Center
Olympic Outdoor Center in Port Gamble offers kayak rentals and Sunset Kayak Tours from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Now offering mountain bike rentals! Rentals are available 9-6:30 M-Sat and 10-4:30 on Sundays. Sunset Kayak Tours are 7-9 pm any evening with at least one day’s notice (reservations required). Group, military and birthday discounts are available upon prior request. Mention Poulsbo Inn for 10% off!