Port Gamble Uplands


Area Closed to Public Access

March 1st, 2019 - June 1st, 2019

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Do not park in front of or near gate off of Stottlemeyer Road.
Logging trucks and equipment need space to safely enter and leave the property. Vehicles blocking access will be towed.

Kitsap County and Pope Resources have agreed to allow temporary fire hazard closures within the Port Gamble park as part of the unique public/private partnership that allowed Kitsap County to afford the acquisition of nearly 3,500 acres of park land. For most of the park, Kitsap County owns the land but Pope Resources retains ownership of the timber for one additional harvest (and replanting) over the next 25 years. After 25 years,  Kitsap County will own both the land and the trees, forever.  We appreciate everyone’s cooperation to ensure the safety of the forest, our neighbors and our community.

Thank you,

Pope Resources, ORM, OPG

Timber Harvest: Port Gamble

Please continue to check here occasionally for any updates.If you have any questions, please contact Adrian Miller at 360-394-0595 or

Please remember that there is NO HUNTING. 

Please feel free to contact Adrian Miller at 360-394-0595 or

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