There is an abundance of things to do close to Kala Point. We have listed a few of our favorites below. Check out the current local activities through thePort Townsend Guide or the Port Townsend Leader.
Port Townsend State Park is adjacent to Kala Point. Several miles of bicycle and hiking trailscan be accessed from Kala Point or from Highway 20.
The Port Townsend Aero Museum, next to the runway of the Jefferson County International Airport, holds interesting displays of restored aircraft and models. A small café at the airport is a fun place for breakfast or lunch while watching small planes take off and land.
Fort Wordenhas museums (the Puget Sound Coast Artillery Museum in the main row of buildings and the Port Townsend Marine Science Center on the waterfront), the lighthouse, camping areas and hiking trails, the military bunkers, plus housing used for large-group conferences or for individuals to rent. Kayak rentals also available. Note: this is a Washington state park, so you need a Discover Pass to park here.
Uptown has Aldrich’s historic (burned but restored) grocery store, the library, restaurants and shops, a community center, The Uptown Theater, and a Saturday Farmers’ Market. Chetzemoka Park offers picnic areas, a playground, nice walking trails and Shakespeare-in-the Park in the summer months. On the way back down to Water Street, Key City Theater has interesting productions and on Monroe Street, you'll find an excellent skateboard park for the young at heart, .
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Boating skills lessons: day-long intensive classes in a variety of maritime skills such as anchoring and docking. At the Northwest Maritime Center, 431 Water Street. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 360-385-3628