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Located on the western shores of the Kitsap Peninsula, Seabeck is a charming, historic waterfront community that offers visitors scenic water and mountains views, beach access year-round.

Seabeck was founded in 1856
by Marshall Blinn and William Adams, doing business as The Washington Mill Company. Their lumber was in such demand they built a second mill, then a shipyard to build boats to haul the lumber to California, which had high demand due to the California Gold Rush. The town had four saloons and two general stores...that that still stands today. In 1886 a spark from the ship Retriever started a fire that consumed both mills, forcing residents moved to other towns with mills.

Today Seabeck, is an ideal destination for day trip or overnight at the Waters Edge vacation rental. The historic Seabeck Store is a well-stock small grocery with an excellent wine and micro-brew selection, fresh breads and fixings for a picnic. 

The town also has some lovely shops and amenities including the  Be Tempted Gift Boutique, Arkless Contemporary Art Gallery and Seabeck Landing Massage. Call for Appointment 360-535-3521.

The historic, 90-acre Seabeck Conference Center was founded in 1914 and offers meeting spaces for small and large groups up to 250.
The diverse accommodations include outdoor recreation, modern conference facilities, rustic Cathedral in the Woods with timber seats and lighting for gatherings day or night.
Nearby, visit Scenic Beach State Park which boasts terrific picnic areas and campsites as well as the 1913 Emel House that is home to the Seabeck Community Center. This beautiful craftsman home, set on rolling lawns with hundred year old oak trees, can be rented for meetings, family gatherings or wedding

The Seabeck Marina offers transient moorage and a fuel dock. (Marina currently under renovations and not operating)

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