Kingston (formerly Appletree Cove) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Kitsap County, Washington, United States. The population was 2,099 at the 2010 census. Kingston is along the shores of Appletree Cove and the Puget Sound, and is home to a major Washington State Ferry terminal linking it to Edmonds.
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4.5 based on 50 reviews
Museum featuring the history of the Native American tribes in the Pacific Northwest.
Just two rooms and a retail shop. But very beautiful and well laid out. Useful history on a cedar wall ribbon, basketry, a few samples of woven fabric, a lovely large wood carving of a canoe held up by 8 different creatures and a fantastic exhibit of the rebirth of the Elwah River in the original Suquamish homeland. Inspired me to visit the river on a future visit. Nicely done.
5 based on 459 reviews
This fun adventure began with a wonderful, windy ferry ride over to Bainbridge Island from Seattle. Once there, the staff of the Reserve could not have been more pleasant and helpful about how I could best enjoy the space. Those people were worth the price of admission. Things got better from there. Now, to be fair, don't go with the expectation of a carnival. It's a Reserve, and a great one.
4.5 based on 150 reviews
The U.S. Naval Undersea Museum is an official U.S. Navy museum. Our mission is to collect, preserve, and interpret naval heritage and operations for the benefit of the U.S. Navy and the people of the United States. Admission and parking are FREE!
If you are interested in naval submarine history at all, this is a great place to visit. It is also free, which is a bonus. My husband is more of a fan than me, but I was willing to give it a try. It is not very big, but there is a lot of information there. The section of the museum on how dolphins and other animals help the navy was being renovated while we were there. I was sorry to miss that as I love dolphins.
5 based on 20 reviews
We came back to our favorite local workout site. From the park entrance to the lower parking lot, there is a stair climb of 188 steps. It also has several exercise stations at the stair breaks and a counter board at the top. It’s rarely crowded and the view beats your stair stepper any day.
5 based on 15 reviews
This is an absolutely beautiful place, and exceptionally well cared for. We had a wonderfully relaxing time strolling the paths and looking at the plants. There were many volunteers there working on the place, we chatted with them occasionally, and we also ran into Dan, who I believe originally designed the Garden. We were there on the 4th Saturday of the month, when it is open for self-guided tours for $10. Watch your directions or you'll drive right past it the first time (we did).
4 based on 80 reviews
The Point Casino & Hotel is located on the Kitsap Peninsula in Kingston, Washington. The Point offers over 700 slots, table games, casual and fine dining, deli, lounge bar, cigar room and night club. The Point Event Center features concerts and shows. Banquets and catering services are available. The Point Casino & Hotel is open 24 hours. The new 94-room boutique hotel is now open. Plan your stay today!
I called and booked a "comped" double queen room 10 minutes before we left the house. Linden booked the room and then checked us in. He's a great host on the phone and in person. I liked that he told us that the hotel has...MoreWe appreciate your comments and taking the time to send us a review. Glad you had a great time and thank your for staying with us. Warm regards.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
We stayed in Edmunds while in the area for a weekend of ball games. It’s a cute little town with a great promenade along the water with a great little playground for the kiddos! You can watch the ferry’s and other boats enjoy time at the beach and park area! It would be a great place to spend a relaxing afternoon with a picnic outside the hustle of Seattle
5 based on 8 reviews
There's not much entertainment in Kingston & this gentleman has made a real effort to provide the community with something substantial. One man's dream has become a charming family owned & operated local theater. First rate movies & first rate people. This theater should be supported by everyone in the north end of the county. A half hour ferry ride away from Edmonds too!
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Spin Alley is a real gem in Shoreline! The property is modern, clean, and welcoming with no vestages of an old-time bowling alley. The staff really enjoys their work and it shows; we were greeted like friends and quickly assigned shoes and an alley. The bowling facility is clean, modern, and appointed with all the goodies you want - electronic scorekeeping and lots of big screen TVs. We didn't miss one play of Sunday's big game.
The food was excellent and in no way remined us of bowling-alley food. This place breaks the mold. Food and drink service to our lanes was excellent. And we didn't have to pay the outrageous prices of the yuppie places to have just as good a time.
We'll be back to Spin Alley many more times!
4.5 based on 128 reviews
In the top corner of BI there's a park with camping, a playground, and bathrooms. At Fay Bainbridge Park-there seems to be an endless amount enjoyment. I've come here alone and enjoyed the ships passing or an afternoon and enjoyed the sailboats. There are lots of logs that separate the rocky beach and the parking. During low tide, you can dig in the sand and find lots of sea critters
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