About Kitsap Lake
Located Along Washington’s Puget Sound

Kitsap Lake is beloved as a significant part of the Seattle and Puget Sound tourism region. The lake encompasses 250 acres with an average depth of 8 feet and a maximum depth of 29 feet. Kitsap Lake is on Erlands Point just three miles to the west of Bremerton, Washington.

Residents of Kitsap Lake not only get the opportunity to enjoy lake views and fun, but they can also enjoy the chances that the coast has to offer.

Lake Recreation

The lake features two public entrances, restrooms, a dock, and a 12-foot concrete boat launch for public use. Kitsap Lake Park also offers several amenities including, a fishing pier, boat launch, barbeque grill, and picnic tables. In addition to these human-made amenities, the park also offers 30 acres of wetlands, four acres of developed land, and a half-mile of shoreline to explore.

Fishing is also a local favorite on Kitsap Lake. Lily pads, floating fallen branches, and many docks create ideal hiding places for an impressive variety of fish, including rainbow trout, bluegill, brown bullhead catfish, black crappie, pumpkinseed sunfish, cutthroat trout, and largemouth bass. Locals recommend using spinnerbaits, black jigs, and floating rapalas if you wish to increase your odds of a bite.

Fishing isn’t the only sport enjoyed on the lake. Boating, swimming, and kayaking are also fun activities on Kitsap Lake.


Just a few minutes north of Kitsap Lake is the Kitsap Golf & Country Club. Their par 71 golf course is considered a gem of the Pacific Northwest. If you prefer the country club's social aspect, you can enjoy the pool, annual events, the cafe, lounge, dining room, fitness center, and sauna.

Experience Lake Living

Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or find a vacation rental, Kitsap Lake is an excellent choice.