Pine Cone Gifts
8202 NE State Hwy 104
Kingston, WA 98346
Pine Cone Gifts is located in midtown Kingston in the Kingston Crossing Shopping Center next to Albertson's.
Since 2003, Stacy and Jason Patrick are the hard working team behind Pine Cone Gifts.
We are proud of the unique, creative and high quality shop Pine Cone Gifts has become. So many talented artisans and crafters reside in the Pacific Northwest it didn't take long to figure out our niche.
Wood carved bears and laser cut moose are at home with swarovski crystals and handpainted glassware. Northwest specialty foods and natural personal care products abound our handmade wood shelving making Pine Cone Gifts heaven to the senses.
The comments we receive daily range from "I can always find the most unique gifts here", "everything I give from your shop is a hit", "you saved me again" to "how clever" Which inspired our website and sister store name Clever Inc.
Stacy recruits new artisans and merchandises, while Jason creates and maintains our websites. Websites that share our talented artisans and crafters with the world. It is so much fun to share with the artisans and crafters where in the world their art went.
When in Kingston visit our physical shop in the Kingston Crossings Shopping Center or 24/7 at www.clever-store.com.
We know we will see you soon because "the best gifts are handmade".
Pine Cone Gifts
8202 NE State Hwy 104
Kingston, WA 98346
Monday - Saturday 10am to 7pm
Sunday Noon to 5pm
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Head west on Main St toward 8th Ave N. Take the Edmonds - Kingston/WA-104 ferry to Kingston. Continue straight onto WA-104 NE and continue to follow for 2.5 miles. Turn right at Hansville Rd NE. Make first right into Kingston Crossing/Albertson's shopping center.
From Highway 3
Head north on WA-3 N. Take the WA-305 exit toward Poulsbo/Bainbridge Island. Keep right at the fork to continue toward WA-305 NE and merge onto WA-305 NE. Turn left at Bond Rd NE/WA-307 and follow for 6.7 miles. Bond Rd./WA-307 will turn into WA-104 NE. Turn left at Hansville Rd NE. Make first right into Kingston Crossing/Albertson's shopping center.
From Highway 305
Head north on WA-305 NE toward Bond Rd NE/WA-307. Turn right at Bond Rd NE/WA-307 and follow for 6.7 miles. Bond Rd./WA-307 will turn into WA-104 NE. Turn left at Hansville Rd NE. Make first right into Kingston Crossing/Albertson's shopping center.
Some things to do around town after visiting Pine Cone Gifts.
Historic Downtown Kingston
Just 2.5 miles – about 5 minutes from us.
Kingston, on the shore of Appletree Cove, is a 30-minute ferry ride from Edmonds. A rip-roaring lumber town in the early 1850's, it's quieter now as the constant whine of the sawmill has given way to the occasional blast of a ferry whistle. Known as the "Little City by the Sea", Kingston is the northern gateway to the Kitsap Peninsula and Olympic National Park & Forest.
Founded in 1853 by Benjamin Bannister, the father of Kingston, the community was originally known as Apple Tree Cove. Now the social and economic center of the north end of the Peninsula, Kingston features its own community center, theater groups and shopping district. Stroll the tiny town and enjoy the waterfront ambiance, cozy cafes and quaint shops.
The Port of Kingston Marina has 40 guest slips and shower & laundry facilities. The marina is within walking distance of shops and restaurants. The community hosts a variety of events during the year, including its popular Farmer's Market, held on Saturdays mid-April to mid-October at the Port of Kingston Marina Park, next to the ferry dock.
Ride The Ferry
Just 2.7 miles – about 5 minutes from us.
Take a 30 minute ferry ride to Edmonds. Walk the upper sun deck and endjoy the mountain views and the fresh air of the Puget Sound. Free to walk on from the Kingston side.
Piont No Point Lighthouse
Just 7.7 miles – about 19 minutes from us.
The Point No Point Light Station is considered the oldest lighthouse on Puget Sound with several of the original buildings still intact. It is located on a low finger of land that the local Native American tribes had given the name - Hahd-skus, meaning long nose. The Point No Point Treaty was signed on the spit in 1855 by Territorial Gov. Isaac Stevens and leaders of Chimacum, Skokomish and S'Klallam tribes, ending the Indian wars. The lighthouse has been in continuous operation, providing navigational aids since its completion in 1879.
The light station property is currently leased from the Coast Guard by Kitsap County Parks and Recreation. The lighthouse is located in the 3 acre Point No Point County Park near Hansville. It is listed in the Washington State Heritage Register and the National Register of Historical Places. The property includes the first lightkeeper's home (the Maggs' House) and a lightkeepers' duplex that now houses the US Lighthouse Society executive offices in one half and with the other half available as a vacation rental.
Point No Point Lighthouse is open to the public. Tours are available weekends in April - September from 12-4 pm.
Just 5.6 mi – about 13 minutes from us.
Indianola, within the boundaries of the Port Madison Reservation, started in 1916 as a summer/weekend community with the only access via steamboat.
Today this rural residential area, located between Kingston and Suquamish, remains a small and friendly community.
The Indianola dock, built when the Mosquito Fleet supplied the majority of transportation on Puget Sound, is a local landmark that's considered one of the best places in the area to watch the stars or any major celestial event since it juts hundreds of feet out into the water.
A small community center, at the base of the community dock, includes a country store, Post Office and community center.
Historic Port Gamble
Just 4.8 miles – about 8 minutes from us.
Experience this jewel of the Kitsap Peninsula situated on the shores of scenic Hood Canal. Explore the 120-acre National Historic Landmark complete with picturesque, turn-of-the-century buildings filled with antiques, an historic church, breathtaking views, expansive grounds and New England style houses on maple and elm tree-lined streets.
Historic Downtown Poulsbo
Just 7.8 miles – about 14 minutes from us.
Experience authentic Norwegian heritage, walk quaint shop lined streets, and stroll the boardwalk on beautiful Liberty Bay. Rent a Kayak and enjoy a closer look at the local scenery. When you’re ready to rest, picnic in the waterfront park or enjoy the best of northwest and international cuisine at one of many fine restaurants.
White Horse Golf Course
Just 3.6 miles – about 9 minutes from us.
Nestled on high ground between the Olympic and Cascade mountains, White Horse Golf Club offers sweeping views of Puget Sound and the mountains. Delights unfold on every hole.
Each hole is playable for every skill level. Wide fairways and landing areas allow you to swing away. Subtle greens and one hundred and thirty seven bunkers keep the course interesting -- every single time you play.
Five sets of tees allow the course to play from 5,022 to 7,093 yards. You'll find your own sweet spot between challenging and fun. Your round takes you through 456 acres of old-growth cedar, spruce, fir and hemlock. Golf paths wind along side preserved wetlands.
The Point Casino
Just 2.0 miles – about 5 minutes from us.
The Point Casino offers the loosest slot machines in Washington State as well as our brand new non-smoking gaming room filled with all of the latest slots!!!
Eat at the award winning Keeper’s Cove Restaurant with the unforgettable Seafood Feast every Thursday, the world famous World Buffet every Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, and how about tempting your pallet with the Champagne Brunch served every Sunday.
Clearwater Casino Resort
Just 7.7 miles – about 16 minutes from us.
Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort is a naturally breathtaking casino and hotel nestled among the pines and cedars of the scenic Kitsap Peninsula. This expansive, luxurious retreat offers four-diamond amenities and a wide array of indoor and outdoor pleasures including a full-service spa, zero entry pool and of course, the endless excitement of video slots, blackjack, poker, craps, keno and roulette.