Banner Forest Heritage Park

Banner Road SE and SE Overra Road
Port Orchard, WA 98367

walking trails
equestrian trails

Because of its value as wildlife habitat and its perceived importance to the public as an educational, scenic and open space area, Kitsap County declared its intention to preserve the site forever in its present use. To that end, the County conveyed to Great Peninsula Conservancy the right to preserve and protect these 139 acres. - Great Peninsula Conservancy Great Peninsula Conservancy is a publicly supported, tax exempt nonprofit organization whose primary purpose is the conservation, preservation and enhancement of the waters, wetlands, aquatic and wildlife habitat, timberlands, scenic areas, open spaces, recreational lands and agricultural lands in Kitsap County and parts of Mason and Pierce Counties.

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