Lytle Beach on Bainbridge Island

Public Beach Access Point
Pleasant Beach Road to Lytle Road

Lytle Beach on Bainbridge Island

 

Soak up the summer sun!

This 40-foot wide right-of-way includes a no-bank, gradually sloped, sandy/gravel beach with driftwood. Private property and tidelands exists on both sides of 40-foot wide right-of-way.  This was one of the first road-ends converted for public use.  It is a heavily used access point, especially in the summer months.  You can not beat the views of Rich Passage, the Bremerton Ferry, Mt. Rainier, and the classic sunshine of the sunny south end. There are chairs, a fire pit, paddle boards, and life jackets for public use.  Minimal parking at the road end (4-5 cars), but parking along Pleasant Beach Road as well.
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Mt. Rainier from Lytle Beach

Mt. Rainier from Lytle Beach

Lytle Beach on Bainbridge Island

Lytle Beach on Bainbridge Island

 

On July 6, 2011, in Parks, by

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