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.
February 29th - March 8th
Clear Creek Trail's North Valley very muddy patches of trail are soon to be resurfaced with gravel. But we need your help.
We have tentatively planned Saturday, February 29th, Sunday, March 1st, Friday, March 6th, Saturday, March 7th and Sunday, March 8th. Start times: 10:00a.
There are three ways to help out to get the trail back to usable without all the mud.
Volunteer to prep the area for the 20 yards of gravel
Volunteers to move and spread gravel
Donate your hard earned dollars to cover the cost of the gravel
Dress for the weather and the work. Volunteers will use wheelbarrows, rakes, shovels. Gravel will be transported by wheelbarrows from the Schold Road trail head down the hill and then to the north.
Please rsvp to volunteer@ClearCreekTrail.org with the day and hours you’re willing to volunteer.
To donate, please use the donation boxes or use this link:
Tuesday, March 3
Since 1987, local school children have raised salmon eggs in their classrooms.
This program was first brought to Central Kitsap by the Kiwanis Club and is now a partnership of many local organizations.
During the field trips, students release their salmon into Clear Creek. Assistant volunteers are needed to assist the lead volunteers at each of the 4 stations over 900 school children cycle through during the ten days of Field Trips.
If you'd like to join this fun, educational team, please join us at the Clear Creek Interpretive Center, 9641 Levin Road, downtown Silverdale.
We start at 6:00p. and run until 7p. Please RSVP to this link:
March 11 - 26th
Salmon in the Classroom Field Trips
The Salmon in the Classroom project began over 30 years ago by the Central Kitsap Kiwanis Club. It's now a partnership of many local organizations with the shared goal of enhancing the salmon population in Clear Creek and educating students on the importance of ecosystems.
Volunteers are needed to staff field trip stations during 16 field trips held the later part of March.
Dates are March 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, 25, and 26. Sessions are both morning and afternoon except for Thursdays which are morning sessions only.
Assistant Volunteers are needed for each 2½ hour session to help set up, break down and assist the leads for each of the four stations including habitat observation, water quality, stream bugs and salmon release