Silverdale, WA

Silverdale Real Estate Guide

Silverdale, WA

Silverdale is centrally located in Kitsap County at the tip of Dyes Inlet, with the stunning Olympic Mountains as its backdrop. Silverdale offers residents the best of small town community with the convenience of modern shopping, dining and entertainment venues.

Silverdale’s large waterfront park and playground are not far from old town microbreweries and cafes. The events complex is home to sporting tournaments, car shows, and the County Fair & Stampede. The Clear Creek Trail offers year-round sightseeing through wetlands and a natural salmon habitat. And with the best shopping mall, retail centers, hotels, and family-friendly activities on this side of Puget Sound, there’s something for everyone in Silverdale.

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Silverdale Demographics





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Silverdale Weather

Silverdale Weather

Over the course of the year, the temperature varies from 36°F to 78°F. Temperatures rarely drop below 27°F or above 88°F. The perceived humidity level is always comfortable, and the wind speed is generally mild.

Summer in Silverdale

The summers are short, comfortable, dry, and partly cloudy. The days feel long — the sun can rise as early as 5am, and set as late as 9pm. The drier season lasts over 5 months (April to October) and July is the driest month. The sunny season lasts for 4 months (June to October) and July is the sunniest month.

Winter in Silverdale

The winters are cold, wet, and mostly cloudy. The days feel short — the sun can rise as late as 8am, and set as early as 4pm. The rainy season lasts over 6 months (October to April) and November is the wettest month. The cloudy season lasts for over 8 months (October to June) and January is the grayest month. It snows infrequently (only once or twice per year, with a total accumulation of 1-8 inches).

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