Snack Time

Our new snack bar is open with a family friendly menu!

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Sweet Treats


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We are no longer allowing outside food or beverages unless you have a party reservation.


1. If my child has a food allergy, will you allow us to bring outside food?

No.  Eating at Ahoy Kitsap Playland is not considered a primary activity and is not required for participation. 

People who do not wish to eat at Ahoy Kitsap Playland are welcome to schedule their visits before or after meals, may go outside to eat and return to play, or may go off-site to a location of their choice to eat and then return.  These options are considered reasonable accommodations. 


Families with peanut allergies can rest assured that we are a peanut free facility and we do not sell or serve any products containing peanuts or nuts.  If you are concerned about other allergies, please email us your allergens to info@ahoykitsap.com and we can make safe suggestions from the hundreds of prepackaged foods & snacks we carry or from our hot menu.

2. What about baby food?

Baby bottles, formula and commercially packaged baby food is allowed.  Please keep in mind that does not include items that may be purchased, such as gold fish crackers, veggie straws, yogurt, cheese, bananas, apple sauce, fruit pouches, etc.  Baby food brought in must be specifically made for babies under the age of 1.

3. My child is invited to a birthday party and cannot eat gluten, can we bring a special cupcake?

Parties that have a reservation at Ahoy Kitsap are allowed to bring outside food, so you may bring your special dessert.  Not all parties are official parties, however, so ask the host/hostess if they have a reserved party.  We always have at least 3 frozen dessert options that are gluten free, dairy free, nut free, and egg free.

4. Are there any other exceptions?

You may bring in reusable water bottles, baby bottles, coffee mugs or sippy cups.  Commercially prepared beverages, such as Starbucks or Dutch Bros lattes are also allowed.