Less than an hour from Seattle, the Gig Harbor and Key Peninsulas are the perfect place to experience the Pacific Northwest lifestyle.
The greater Gig Harbor community offers a variety of eco-tourism opportunities through ample parks, open spaces, and shoreline activities. Many local businesses have adopted environmentally-friendly practices to ensure our local waterways stay clean for all who visit our beautiful peninsulas. Below are a list of eco-tourism options to enjoy when you visit Gig Harbor, from recreation to dining. If you would like your eco-tourism activity or business to be listed on this resource, please contact Executive Director, Lindsey Stover.
Note: When you are shopping in Gig Harbor, remember to bring your own reusable bag! The City of Gig Harbor adopted a ban on plastic bags effective July 18, 2019.
Harbor WildWatch is not paid to endorse any business. Learn more about local businesses by visiting the Skansie Visitor & Interpretive Center or the Gig Harbor Chamber of Commerce.