Located on the beautiful Kitsap Peninsula, Clear Creek Trail is almost 8 miles from Silverdale Waterfront Park on Dyes Inlet north to Trigger Avenue.  It follows Clear Creek as it meanders through riparian areas, wetlands, and remnant forests.  Hard to believe it's in the middle of a highly developed urban area.


June 29, 30

Vegetation Monitoring


Clear Creek Vegetation Surveys are held annually to document the diverse species of plants along the shoreline at each of the four monitoring sites.
An 88 meter transect is run parallel to the stream and above wrack line. The first quadrat is placed to the south of the water quality monitoring transect line, the second at the transect intercept, and the two additional observations are made to the north of the second placement.

All plant types within the quadrat are recorded along with the percentage of the total vegetation cover each represents. If bare earth is within the quadrat, the percentage of plants may not equal 100%.

We start with the low tides around 8a on the 10th and 9a on the 11th. Boots or sturdy shoes are best. And dress for the weather as this is a rain or shine event.

To learn more about conservation, write to us:


Thursday, June 29

Discovery Play Days!

The Clear Creek Task Force, the Silverdale Library & Kitsap Kids' Directory kick off the 2022 Discovery Play Days season on June 29th with the popular Birds along Clear Creek.

We will greet you at 10:00a at our Ridgetop Pavilion, adjacent to 9228 Ridgetop Blvd., Silverdale.

Join youth librarian Aleah Jurnecka for storytime under the spreading chestnut tree. Then the craft station includes crafting a bird mask or a pair of binoculars.

And then it's off on a short  hike on the trail and chat with birders to find out which bird is singing in the trees.

       Save these other DPD dates:

​​July 20

     Pond Dipping & Wetland Wonders 

August 10      

     Low Tide  Beach Walk 


To learn more about this community event, write to us:




Thursday, July 7

Task Force Meeting

The Clear Creek Task Force  (CCTF) formed in 1993. We operate under the aegis of the former Kitsap Land Trust, now known as the Great Peninsula Conservancy ,a 501 (c) 3 organization.

The CCTF is an alliance of Kitsap County citizens, businesses, groups and service organizations.


It’s Mission is to create and maintain a community wide network to mobilize support, educate and focus actions to preserve, protect and restore the Clear Creek ecosystem.

We meet the first Thursday of every month except December. During the summer months, meetings are held along different sections of the trail.

July's meeting will be at our Ridgetop Pavilion, adjacent to 9228 Ridgetop Blvd., in Silverdale.

We'll be discussing maintenance, mowing and crocodiles! Join in the fun! at 0830 at the Ridgetop Pavilion.

   ​​​​​ volunteer@clearcreektrail.org





9641 Levin Road 

Silverdale, WA 98383

P.O. Box 1188

Phone: 360.434.7665

Email: info@clearcreektrail.org


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