Poulsbo's Fish Park

Poulsbo, WA

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20.73 acres of Nature hiking trails, boardwalk, winding paths, lawn/sitting areas, arboretum, wildlife/bird viewing, viewing platforms, pedestrian bridges, interpretive signage, kiosk, parking.

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Matthew Brincka (447)

15 Completed13 Reviews

A small, but a great park. A series of trails that intertwine that includes multiple habitats. Great for a leisurely stroll and for bird viewing. There are multiple viewing platforms that overlook a tidal stream... perfect for viewing the salmon migration in the fall.

Jessica Andrews (124)

4 Completed4 Reviews

It's essentially a boardwalk thru some woods. Nothing too spectacular and no real landscapes to see. The boardwalk, however, is nicely maintained. It did well for walking my geriatric dog so it wasn't a total bust. :)

Ilene K (439)

7 Completed1 Reviews

Well maintained beautiful park. It's not so much a loop, as a series of loops...
Great place for families and dogs. The only thing was, I could still hear the traffic noise, I guess because of it's location. I was just hoping for more quiet...

Jay Curtis (352)

13 Completed9 Reviews

This is a nice leisurely stroll. We went as a family and enjoyed seeing the small wildlife and birds. The park is well maintained and right in the middle of town. But you feel just enough away from the city to enjoy the peace of nature. This is an easy hike. It's paved the whole way with virtually no elevation gain. It's cool to see wildlife and the salmon swimming grounds would be awesome to see during the breeding season. Unfortunately I was traveling at the wrong time.

Tim Todd (10561)

884 Completed130 Reviews

This is a small park but it has a lot of charm. A great place to walk your dog, view owls, red-winged blackbirds, and watch sea birds in the tidal flats.

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