Harbor Heights Park: Located adjacent to Harbor Heights School. Physical fitness trails.
Jerisich Park: New, small town park located at the foot of Rosedale Street. Public day moorage and fishing dock. Boats are not allowed to moor more than 24 hours within a seven day period.
Narrows Bridges: Two suspension bridges, fifth longest in the world, connect the Peninsula with Tacoma. The only other access to the Peninsula is from the Olympia-Shelton area or by ferry.
Town Park: Located at the head of the bay. Picnic facilities and tennis.
Bandix Off-Leash Dog Park: Located 15 minutes away off of the Burley-Ollala Rd. This park has 20 fenced acres with trails and large open play areas for pups to romp and chase.
Other Points of Interest:
Gig Harbor's Unique Boutique Shops
Puget Sound's Renowned Ferry System
Pt. Defiance Park: With its Zoo, Aquarium and Old Fort Nisqually
Beatiful Puget Sound
World Famous Narrows and Narrows Bridge
Powerline: Trail starts at Oldtown Bicycle Shop and is a great beginners trail. Only 2 miles, with little or no hills.
Tahuya State Park: Has a large off road vehicle park with miles of moderate to challenging trails, with breathtaking views of the Olympic Mountains. Be sure to get a map before you go.
Banner Forest: A small area by Port Orchard. Great for family outings and picnics. The trails are not very technical and it's quiet and beautiful.
Downtown Bike Lane: Bike lane is along the water in downtown Gig Harbor, just two minutes from Gig Harbor RV Park. Great shopping and dining!
Wood Hill Loop: Scenic 15 mile loop that starts and ends at the RV Park. Quiet roads with light traffic. A few hills.
Long Lake Loop: 35 miles to Long Lake and back; a few good hills.
5 mile Drive: Five mile closed loop inside Pt. Defiance Park; some hills, but great for picnics.