We will re-open on Wednesday, July 6th and wish everyone a safe and amazing holiday weekend!
Our Waivers have gone digital and everyone needs one,
Beginning October 19, 2015 all families will be required
to sign a new digital waiver. Save time and sign yours
today here: WAIVER
Mon: 10am – 5pm
Wed: 10am – 5pm
Thurs: 10am – 5pm
Fri: 10am – 5pm
Sat: 9:30am – 3pm
Sun: Closed for parties
Are you looking for a Birthday Party? All summer parties are $50 off!
Use Promo SUM16 when you book.
SOCKS!!! SOCKS!!!! SOCKS!!!
Kids and Adults must wear SOCKS. Go now to the pile of
socks that don't match and grab a handful and put them
in your glove box so you are prepared for your next visit!
Play is the highest form of research.
~ Albert Einstein
Play Kitsap Teen Night!
For tweens and teens 11-15 years old
Time: 7pm- 10pm
Early Bird Special: $20/ticket
After July 31st: $23/ticket
At the door: $25/ticket
Finally! A premier event for Kitsap tweens & teens that will feature a glow party, epic Nerf gun fight, dancing, games, photo booth, snacks, and more!! Click on the link to find out more!
We are planning on closing for the month of August to upgrade our facility and playground and should re-open in September 2016. Why Ahoy Kitsap? To honor the strong navy influence in our area. Surrounded by water ways with the Navy nearby, it only makes sense to tip our hats to those that serve to protect us every day.
We have big plans for our future and we hope you will all join and support us as we make our facility the best facility in the region for families, children and making wonderful memories.
Play Kitsap is an indoor children’s play center that utilizes a 8,000 square foot facility to engage children 10 and under in a variety of activities including a large inflatable slide, Frozen themed obstacle course, and jumping castle and a small inflatable activity center for children 2 and younger. Other activities include creativity play stations such as a play kitchen, a puppet station, building blocks, things that go vrooom! and a young crawlers section.
The philosophy of play is simple: children need to play. Play is vital to children’s social development and emotional maturity. Play enables children to practice communication skills, experience others’ points of view, respond to feelings and experiment with role playing.
Play is so important to optimal child development that it has been recognized by the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights as a right of every child.