Formed in 1987, Port Madison Enterprises acts as an agency of the Suquamish Tribal Government while promoting the economic and social welfare of the Suquamish Tribe through commercial activities.
What began as a modest retail endeavor has grown exponentially over the last few decades.In addition to Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort, Port Madison Enterprises now encompasses several hospitality, entertainment and retail businesses.
A service station and convenience store, originally built in the 1980’s, was one of the first business endeavors for the Suquamish Tribe.
Just a short drive from the Seattle/Bainbridge Island ferry on the Kitsap Peninsula.
Kiana offers meeting spaces, banquet facilities and catering services for private parties, corporate events and wedding celebrations throughout the year.
Kiana is situated on 1000 feet of no bank waterfront and 6 acres of beautiful gardens ablaze with color from early spring to late fall.
A gas station and convenience store featuring a smoke shop, Tribal Seafoods, liquor sales, fine Northwest artwork and the Masi Coffee Shop – complete with a drive through window and in-store lounge where customers are treated to free wi-fi services.
Check out the current Masi Shop retail specials.
Just around the corner from the heart of Suquamish, this cozy gas station and convenience store is nestled in the Suquamish Village Shopping Center.
Check out the current Suquamish Village Chevron retail specials.
This extremely well-stocked mini-mart and Texaco Gas Station is open 24 hours a day.
Check out the current Longhouse Texaco retail specials.
In addition to operating hospitality and retail ventures, Port Madison Enterprises also leases space to dozens of businesses in and around Suquamish.
Lease properties include the Agate Pass Business Park and several buildings along the Suquamish Waterfront.
The park and waterfront are home to a variety of businesses including coffee roasters, art studios, retail wholesalers and restaurants.