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This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Kitsap County, Washington.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Kitsap County, Washington, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a map.

There are 19 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county. Another property was once listed but has been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted March 31, 2017.

Current listings

Name on the Register Image Date listed Location City or town Description
1 Agate Pass Bridge
Agate Pass Bridge
May 24, 1995
(#95000625)
WA 305 over Agate Passage
47°42′45″N 122°33′54″W / 47.7125°N 122.565°W / 47.7125; -122.565 (Agate Pass Bridge)
Suquamish Built in 1950.
Bridges of Washington State MPS
2 Bremerton Elks Temple Lodge No. 1181 Building
Bremerton Elks Temple Lodge No. 1181 Building
March 3, 1995
(#95000192)
285 Fifth St.
47°34′00″N 122°37′31″W / 47.566667°N 122.625278°W / 47.566667; -122.625278 (Bremerton Elks Temple Lodge No. 1181 Building)
Bremerton
3 Camp Major Hopkins
Camp Major Hopkins
November 30, 2005
(#05001351)
900 Park Ave. NE
47°37′58″N 122°29′43″W / 47.632778°N 122.495278°W / 47.632778; -122.495278 (Camp Major Hopkins)
Bainbridge Island Built in 1935. Currently known as Camp Yeomalt.
4 Coder-Coleman House
Coder-Coleman House
May 28, 2009
(#09000367)
904 Highland Ave.
47°34′11″N 122°37′28″W / 47.569617°N 122.624506°W / 47.569617; -122.624506 (Coder-Coleman House)
Bremerton
5 Filipino-American Community Hall
Filipino-American Community Hall
March 20, 1995
(#95000193)
7566 NE High School Rd.
47°38′11″N 122°33′09″W / 47.636389°N 122.5525°W / 47.636389; -122.5525 (Filipino-American Community Hall)
Bainbridge Island Built in 1930.
6 Fort Ward Historic District
Fort Ward Historic District
January 12, 1978
(#78002759)
S of Winslow
47°34′52″N 122°31′42″W / 47.581111°N 122.528333°W / 47.581111; -122.528333 (Fort Ward Historic District)
Bainbridge Island Built in 1890.
7 Hospital Reservation Historic District
Hospital Reservation Historic District
July 16, 1990
(#88003052)
Roughly bounded by Mahan Ave., Hoogewerf Rd., Decatur Ave., and Dewey St.
47°33′44″N 122°38′38″W / 47.562222°N 122.643889°W / 47.562222; -122.643889 (Hospital Reservation Historic District)
Bremerton
8 Jackson Hall Memorial Community Hall
Jackson Hall Memorial Community Hall
August 22, 1995
(#95001036)
9161 Washington Ave.
47°38′44″N 122°40′50″W / 47.645556°N 122.680556°W / 47.645556; -122.680556 (Jackson Hall Memorial Community Hall)
Silverdale Also known as Silverdale Scout Hall.
9 Marine Reservation Historic District
Marine Reservation Historic District
July 16, 1990
(#88003051)
Bounded by Cole St., Dewey St., Decatur Ave., and Doyen St.
47°33′48″N 122°38′43″W / 47.563333°N 122.645278°W / 47.563333; -122.645278 (Marine Reservation Historic District)
Bremerton
10 Masonic Hall-Port Orchard
Masonic Hall-Port Orchard
May 10, 2010
(#10000254)
202 Sidney Ave.
47°32′28″N 122°38′12″W / 47.541058°N 122.636572°W / 47.541058; -122.636572 (Masonic Hall-Port Orchard)
Port Orchard
11 Navy Yard Puget Sound
Navy Yard Puget Sound
August 27, 1992
(#92001883)
N shore of Sinclair Inlet
47°33′32″N 122°38′17″W / 47.5589°N 122.6381°W / 47.5589; -122.6381 (Navy Yard Puget Sound)
Bremerton This shipyard was the primary repair destination for damaged battleships during World War II. Of the eight ships bombed in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, five were repaired here.
12 Charles F. Nelson House
Charles F. Nelson House
August 28, 1973
(#73001879)
Corner of Nelson and Crescent Valley Rds.
47°25′06″N 122°32′25″W / 47.418333°N 122.540278°W / 47.418333; -122.540278 (Charles F. Nelson House)
Olalla
13 Officers' Row Historic District
Officers' Row Historic District
July 16, 1990
(#88003054)
Roughly bounded by Mahan Ave., Decatur Ave., and Coghlan Rd.
47°33′44″N 122°38′20″W / 47.562222°N 122.638889°W / 47.562222; -122.638889 (Officers' Row Historic District)
Bremerton
14 Old-Man-House Site (45KP2)
Old-Man-House Site (45KP2)
January 12, 1990
(#89002299)
Address Restricted
Suquamish
15 Point No Point Light
Point No Point Light
August 10, 1978
(#78002758)
E of Hansville
47°54′45″N 122°31′32″W / 47.9125°N 122.525556°W / 47.9125; -122.525556 (Point No Point Light)
Hansville Built in 1879.
16 Port Gamble Historic District
Port Gamble Historic District
November 13, 1966
(#66000746)
NW end of Kitsap Peninsula near entrance to Hood Canal, Puget Sound
47°51′18″N 122°35′02″W / 47.855°N 122.5839°W / 47.855; -122.5839 (Port Gamble Historic District)
Port Gamble This company town was founded in 1853, and ran the longest running timber mill in the US, which just closed in 1995. Seattle architect Charles Bebb designed many of the town's buildings.
17 Puget Sound Radio Station Historic District
Puget Sound Radio Station Historic District
July 16, 1990
(#88003053)
Roughly bounded by Mahan Ave., Coghlan Rd., and Cottman Rd.
47°33′48″N 122°38′23″W / 47.563333°N 122.639722°W / 47.563333; -122.639722 (Puget Sound Radio Station Historic District)
Bremerton
18 Shelbanks
Shelbanks
March 10, 2004
(#04000160)
1520 Shorewood Dr.
47°34′33″N 122°40′53″W / 47.575833°N 122.681389°W / 47.575833; -122.681389 (Shelbanks)
Bremerton Also known as Kean Cabin.
19 US Post Office-Bremerton Main
US Post Office-Bremerton Main
August 7, 1991
(#91000638)
602 Pacific Ave.
47°34′04″N 122°37′31″W / 47.567778°N 122.625278°W / 47.567778; -122.625278 (US Post Office-Bremerton Main)
Bremerton

Former listing

Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Hotel Sidney
March 1, 1973
(#73001880)
October 7, 1985
700 Prospect St.
Port Orchard Also known as Navy View Apartments. Destroyed by fire. Replica stands on original foundation.

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