Go Play Outside

The cherry blossom are in full bloom and it is not raining. That makes for a great first day of spring in the Pacific Northwest.  Since I love maps, I thought I’d share some of my favorite outdoor resources for the island.

The Bainbridge Island Parks District has a great map of all the island parks – see below. You can also click here for a larger version.

Another map I love is the Guide to Walking, Cycling and Paddling Trails.  It used to be in print, but now just available online.

A third resource is the website Bainbridge Island Trails.  You can sign up on the site for new trail updates.  A good, resource, with a lot of little known trail options.

Another I like, that is also hard to find is the map of the Waterfront Trail Loop in Winslow.

Have fun.  I’ll see on out there!


Bainbridge Island Trails Map

On March 20, 2015, in Activities, Community, Parks, by
The new play structure at Eagledale Park on Bainbridge Island.

The new play structure at Eagledale Park on Bainbridge Island.

Play structure with covered picnic area.

Play structure with covered picnic area.

Tennis/volleyball courts at Eagledale Park.

Tennis/volleyball courts at Eagledale Park.

Eagledale Park on Bainbridge.

Eagledale Park on Bainbridge Island.

I was out looking at a house for a client, when I noticed the bright and shiny new play structure out at Eagledale Park. The guys with the Parks and Recreation Department said it should be open and ready for use this weekend (10/22/10). What a great addition to this quiet park.

Eagledale Park is also our off-leash dog park.  The 6.7 acre park is home to a covered picnic area, tennis/volleyball courts, basketball court and the Parks and Recreation Department’s Pottery Studio.

View Eagle Dale Park in a larger map
Eagledale Park
5055 Rose Avenue
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110.
Click here for more park info.

On October 21, 2010, in Community, Neighborhoods, Parks, by

Strawberry Hill Park Bainbridge IslandI have spent a lot of time at this park – mainly because there’s always a lot going on here. The park includes three softball/football fields, concession and restrooms, Strawberry Hill Center, Mini-Gym, a picnic shelter, tennis court, sand volleyball court, a brand new volunteer-built playground, and a skatepark which opened in 2001.

This 25-acre park was a former Nike missle site.  The former barracks building is used as the Park District administrative offices. The former missile assembly building is used as an indoor mini-gym.

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Strawberry Hill Park
7666 NE High School Rd
Bainbridge Island, WA

Click here for more park info.

On October 2, 2010, in Parks, by

Point White Pier on Bainbridge IslandPoint White Pier was used as steamer dock site – the Mosquito Fleet – (1910-1930s, and 1950s-1972) and as a ferry dock (1942-1950) ; this .3-acre park is now an ideal spot for fishing, crabbing, and scuba diving.  There are scenic views (Port Orchard), and wildlife watching opportunities.  There is a 15 car parking lot at the pier.

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Point White Pier
3939 Crystal Springs Dr NE
Bainbridge Island, Washington
Click here for more pier info.

On October 2, 2010, in Parks, by

Fay Bainbridge State Park on Bainbridge Island.

This is our one campground on Bainbridge and actually it is a great one.  Fay Bainbridge has a lot to offer.  Stunning views of Seattle and the Cascades, a play ground, amazing driftwood, covered eating areas, adirondack chairs – I love it.

Fay Bainbridge Park is a 17-acre marine camping park with 1,420 feet of saltwater shoreline on the northeast corner of Bainbridge Island.
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Fay Bainbridge Park

15446 Sunrise Dr NE
Bainbridge Isle, WA 98110-4180
(206) 842-3931

Click here for more park info.

On October 1, 2010, in Parks, by

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