Posted September 13, 2021
Located on the beautiful waters of Puget Sound, the Port Orchard Marina delivers easy access to boating locations from Tacoma, Olympia, and Seattle. From kayaking to learning to sail, this marina is home to many adventures on the water. You also have easy access to jet up to the San Juan Islands!
The Marina is linked to Port Orchard’s walkable, inviting, small-town charm downtown which makes the marina a favorite among boaters and water lovers alike. Whether you want to relax on your boat, pick up paddle boarding, explore the beach, along shop one-of-a-kind boutiques, enjoy local events and festivals, or take in the surrounding natural beauty, Port Orchard Marina is an ideal place to visit.
There are 80+ spots for visitors to dock and explore Port Orchard.
As we try to catch the last few days of summer, here are a list of water activities you can do with friends or family at the Port Orchard Marina:
After a day of catching the last days of summer on the water by the marina, catch a bite to eat with these fun options in downtown Port Orchard which is 10 minutes from McCormick.
Brickhouse 714 Bar & Grill: A family owned and operated bar and restaurant, Brickhouse is known for creating delicious food and unique drinks for your entire family to enjoy. They are offering indoor and outdoor dining due to covid-19.
Home Made Cafe: One of the best brunch places around, this family run business turned their home grown recipes into a delicious cafe. Craving home made comfort food from scratch then this is the place to be!
Bay Street Bistro: Open since 2010, this restaurant has delighted its guest by bringing together fresh local sourced ingredients with traditional Northwest flavors and Italian/Mediterranean influences.
Living at McCormick means you have easy access to many beautiful hikes and outdoor activities around the peninsula. Hiking is a great way to exercise while enjoying the summer sun.
It’s time. The sun is finally out and the fresh air has never felt better. Have you been itching to get outside and enjoy PNW spring? Don’t worry, us too.
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