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Cross Puget Sound from Seattle and you will find the community of Suquamish located on the Kitsap Peninsula and within the boundaries of The Port Madison Indian Reservation The reservation is home to the Suquamish People, a fishing tribe whose leader in the past was Chief Seattle, from which the young settlement & present city took its name.

There is also a tribal museum located at: 15838 Sandy Hook Rd. Poulsbo, WA 98370

Suqwabs, in the Southern Lushootseed language means “place of clear salt water”, & has been the home of the Suquamish people for generations. It is the ancient place on Agate Passage, which currently separates Bainbridge Island and the Kitsap Peninsula presently connected by the Agate Pass Bridge. This area is the site of Old-Man-House village, which was previously home of Chief Seattle and the heart of the Suquamish people. This area is the land of their ancestors.

Recently the Suquamish people celebrated the 100th annual Chief Seattle Days with festivities f including canoe races, a salmon bake, a parade, pow-wow, cultural performances and fireworks, among others. Today, a century later, the tribe has experienced an economic boom from the operations of the 85 Room Clear Water Casio Resort, facilitating the planned construction of a new, 9,000-square-foot Museum and Arts Center scheduled for opening next year.

Suquamish is a center for entertainment in the County, with the 22,500 Sq Ft.Clearwater Casino hosting concerts in the park throughout the summer with venues including hard rockers like local favorites Helles Belles (an AC/DC tribute band) and Ted Nugent. There are other events year round.

In February 2010, the Tribe purchased the White Horse Golf Course as complimentary addition to its Clearwater Casino Resort. The golf course, located just a few miles north of the town of Suquamish, gained national recognition as the Best New Golf Course when it opened for play in 2007. Golf packages with resort stay are available.

Old Man House Park
Suquamish A one-acre park with 210 feet of saltwater frontage along Agate Pass, Old Man House Park is located on the site of the longhouse that was home to Chief Seattle and the Suquamish Tribe.

Clearwater Casino: 15347
Suquamish Way NE off Highway 305, Suquamish. (360) 598-8700, The Clearwater is online at And is only a 15-minute drive from the Bainbridge ferry terminal or Poulsbo.

We have been tracking real estate sales, prices and trends for single family home sales in Suquamish for quite some time.

If you’d like to see the most recent data, just click on the graph image and a new page will open to our blog where you’ll find this and much more informtion including foreclosure (REO) bank owned property sales, short sales and more than 2 years of historical sales data. We also have the same informtion for Kitsap County, Bainbridge Island and Poulsbo as well as a lot of community specific information for local neighborhoods in the area.


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Jana & Brian