Some Information about Kitsap County
Kitsap a great place to visit a better place to live.
Kitsap is a county in the United States, located in the western half of Washington State. It boasts beautiful scenery, a rich ecosystem and a diverse culture.
You can find beautiful scenery anywhere you travel in Kitsap. From the shorelines to the urban countryside, scenery abounds. Kitsap County has a variety of weather conditions and your choice of when to visit should be thought out. Our summers are relatively warm with little humidity, temperatures from June to August range from the low 70's to the rare low 100's. Our winters are usually wet and mildly cold with temperatures ranging from the rare low teens to the mid 50's.
If you enjoy boating and warm weather activities then it is recommended you visit in Spring or Summer. If you are interested in utilizing resources around Kitsap such as the Cascade Mountains for skiing or snowboarding then winter will be your choice.
Depending on the season you visit you could enjoy fresh fish, crab, shrimp, vegetables, apples or a nice bottle of locally grown and bottled wine. The abundance of wildlife and seafood has long been a know treasure, being utilized by the Indians for centuries prior to our settlement. Fishing, hunting and farming go hand in hand and the people of Kitsap have long embraced nature. Originally discovered and utilized for its lumber resources, logging has diminished considerably over the last 100 yrs.
Our diverse culture starts with the first real settlers to the area "The Indians". They have long kept their culture alive through many struggles. The area has two native Indian tribes "The Suquamish" and "The S'Klallam" tribes. You can find a variety of ethnic food, arts and crafts through out the Kitsap area ranging from decorative and lively Hawaiian dances to tasty Asian and Hispanic dishes. There is also a Scandinavian community located in Poulsbo, a neat North Kitsap town.
Photos, and Videos of Kitsap County
Our main goal is to bring a visual representation of Kitsap County to our visitors.
We will provide some reading material about subjects, but for the most part we will use Images, Video and Audio to convey our message. You can find subjects in easy to navigate categories like "Scenery' or "Places" and this format matches our Stock Photo and Video website.
All visual media will be available for sale at www.kitsapmedia.com.
Lets start seeing Kitsap by viewing some photos.
What kind of photos would you like to view? Scenery, Mountains? Waterways? Maybe a local Animal? Local Residents?
You can find more subjects to browse in the main menu under "See Kitsap"
We are also available for documenting your next family get togather, meeting or holiday event. Give us a call at 360-769-8706