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.


Thursday, September 24

Day of Service


The Clear Creek Trail is maintained by the Clear Creek Task Force and many community volunteers.

Saturday beginning at 0900, we'll be doing a bit of landscaping around the Clear Creek Sa'qad Interpretive Center, 9641 Levin Road in downtown Silverdale.

We'll work on the trail around the barn, picking up trash, trimming wily blackberry vines, and pulling ivy.

There are also a couple dozen native plants to dig in and weeds to be pulled. 

This is a family friendly affair! Bring your clippers, gloves and we'll supply the rest.

To learn more about adopting a section of trail, write to us:


Thursday, October 6

Task Force Meeting

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


The CCTF’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 on different sections of the trail.

This month we meet on Thursday at 0930 at the Clear Creek Sa'qad Interpretive Center, 9641 Levin Road in downtown Silverdale.​

Everyone is welcome!

   ​​To learn more about maintaining the trail, write to us:





   ​​​​​ volunteer@clearcreektrail.org


Saturday, October 15

Orca Recovery Day

In 2018, the world watched as Tahlequah, a Southern Resident Killer Whale, carried her dead calf for 17 days, travelling almost 1,000 miles off the Pacific Northwest coast before letting go.

According to the Center for Whale Research, approximately 75 percent of newborns in the Southern Resident killer whale population have not survived.

In honor of Orca Recovery Day, the Clear Creek Task Force will host a riparian clean up in preparation for the annual Plant One for the Pod on October 22nd!

Join in the fun from  9:30 until 1p.


We'll provide all the tools, bags and gloves. We just need you, your family and friends. 

We'll start at the Clear Creek Ridgetop Pavilion, 9220 Ridgetop Blvd at 10:00a.  Water and snacks provided.

To learn more about maintaining healthy salmon habitat, write to us:




9641 Levin Road 

Silverdale, WA 98383

P.O. Box 1188

Phone: 360.434.7665

Email: info@clearcreektrail.org


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