Traditionally, summertime in Port Gamble means big festivals like June Faire and Old Mill Days. Although Port Gamble will not be hosting those festivals, the quaint historic town is hoping for a busy summer as Washington State moves through the phases of reopening. Port Gamble boasts great eats, unique shopping experiences, and lot of outdoor activities to fill your summer appetite. We are hoping to see some businesses be able to open with limited capacities as laid out in Washington State’s reopening plan for COVID19. This still creates great opportunity for supporting the Port Gamble businesses by purchasing items from online stores. Many of the businesses have been offering some great deals in their online stores.
Olympic Outdoor Center leads the charge in Port Gamble and Kitsap County for outdoor recreation. From kayak rentals & classes to mountain bike rentals, this long-time anchor of Kitsap County has you covered. With many options ranging from hourly to multi-day rentals, you don’t have to be a hardened trail warrior to enjoy the mountain bikes and experiences offered by OCC. The wonderful thing is that it’s so easy.
Visit their shop on historic Rainier Ave., rent your bike, and within minutes you’re on one of the best trail systems in the Northwest with 4,000 acres of forestland as your playground.
To get your summer recreation going with kayaking and mountain biking, visit www.olympicoutdoorcenter.com .
Port Gamble is still planning for the Maritime Music Festival on August 8th, Summer Faire on August 9th, the Port Gamble Ghost Conference November 6th-8th, and Country Christmas December 12th-13th, 2020. Many of the trail races in the coming months are still scheduled but may be postponed or cancelled.