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A port in every corner of Kitsap

June 29th, 2010 by Rachel Pritchett

By Rachel Pritchett

With 12 port districts, Kitsap County earns the title of having more than any other county in Washington. Some are tiny, with little activity. The Port of Bremerton, with two marinas, an airport and an industrial park, is by far the largest. At times, there has been discussion to consolidate Kitsap’s ports, but nothing is occurring now. In all, Washington state has 75 port districts. Here are Kitsap’s:
Bremerton
Brownsville
Eglon
Illahee
Indianola
Keyport
Kingston
Manchester
Poulsbo
Silverdale
Tracyton
Waterman
— Source: Washington Public Ports Association

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One Response to “A port in every corner of Kitsap”

  1. aresident Says:

    It is spelled B-r-o-w-n-s-v-i-l-l-e.

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