Port Gamble's historic buildings, quiet streets, and picturesque views invite visitors to step back in time to the Pacific Northwest of 100 years ago. Established in 1853, Port Gamble is located between Kingston and Port Ludlow, one mile east of the Hood Canal Bridge on Highway 104. It is a short drive from the Kingston, Bainbridge Island, and Bremerton Ferries. Port Gamble is managed and maintained by Olympic Resource Management, a Pope Resources Company.
Port Gamble Trip Ideas
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