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.
Wednesday, May 4 & 5
Much like the Kitsap Great Give this Washington state 48-hour, online giving event raises money for non-profit organizations across the state.
The Clear Creek Task Force is a 501c3 organization that builds and maintains trail on both sides of the creek from Dyes Inlet north to Trigger Avenue.
Last year, despite or perhaps because of Covid, our highly successful campaign allowed us to make many necessary trail repairs and help fund our operations and educational events.
During the shut down, the trail was highly popular with hiking, biking and running enthusiasts. Having the funds to give it extra TLC is our goal here! How about the price of a board for replacing boardwalk decking? $15 buys two!
Thank you so much!
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Wednesday, May 5
Clear Creek Flood Plain
At the Central Kitsap Community Council meeting on Wednesday, May 5th, Angie Silva, Assistant Director of Kitsap County Department of Community Development will discuss the 3 phased project for a master plan on the county floodplain in the north valley.
This will affect trails and open space in the north valley by closing and rerouting of trails to reconnect the floodplain and preserve from the Schold Road Trailhead north to the Trigger entrance trails.
Link to the Central Kitsap Community Council
Saturday, June 5
National Trails Day
American Hiking Society's National Trails Day® is a day of Service and Advocacy for Hometown Trails.
National Trails Day on the first Saturday in June recognizes all the incredible benefits federal, state and local trails provide for recreation and exposure nature.
Millions of people have found physical, mental, and emotional restoration on trails during the pandemic. Let’s return the favor and care for America’s magnificent trail system and ensure everyone in the U.S. can enjoy trails and natural areas.
The Task Force will host physically distanced work parties along the trail. Dress for the weather because this is a rain or shine event.