Suquamish


 Suquamish is an unincorporated area in Kitsap County, Washington. Located within the Port Madison Indian Reservation, it is the burial site of Chief Seattle and the site of the Suquamish tribe winter longhouse known as Old Man House. The town was named after the tribe. The Suquamish are a Lushootseed-speaking Native American people, who depended on salmon, cod and other bottom fish, clams and other shellfish, along with berries roots, duck and other water fowl, deer, elk and other game for food for family and community use, ceremonial feasts and for trade. Today fishing remains an important livelihood for the tribe. 


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There is an abundance of things to do in the area, each place being unique. Whether you are new to the area or just looking for something new to do, we have compiled a list of resources, to give you a taste for the area. Click on the Blue Links below to learn more!

 

Schools
North Kitsap School District (6 Elementary, 2 Middle Schools, 2 High Schools) 

Government
Suquamish Tribal Council 
Kitsap County 
North Kitsap Fire and Rescue 
Police 
North Mason Chamber of Commerce 
Kitsap Economic Development Alliance 
Census 

Recreation/Entertainment
Angeline Spa
Clearwater Casino Resort 
Hiking 
History & Culture Suquamish Tribe
Old Man House Park 
Port Madison Indian Reservation 
Suquamish Library
Suquamish Museum 

Suquamish Tribe 
Tide Chart Suquamish 
Visit Kitsap Peninsula Suquamish 

Employers in the Area 
The Doctors Clinic 
Fred Meyer 
Kitsap County
Kitsap Mental Health Services
Naval Base Kitsap
North Kitsap School District
McDonalds
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard 
Raytheon
Safeway 
State of Washington