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You will learn a lot about little known access points is you follow this link and open the PDF’s. There are maps and directions. A handy guidebook to print out and keep in the car. Many of these spots are not easy to find, but with the directions, you will discover some amazing sights. Beach/Shoreline Access Guidebook.
Overnight moorage and a boat launch is available through the City of Bainbridge Island, Pier at Eagle Harbor. Anchorage buoys are available at Fay Bainbridge Park.
Back of Beyond Boat Rental.
Bainbridge Island Rowing Club – crew for ages 13 and up
Port Madison Yacht Club – club and popular sailing school
Fort Ward boat launch.
Peacock Family Center is a a new “community of care under one roof” for children birth to six years and their caregivers.
KidiMu provides a destination for children and their caregivers to explore art, science, and culture through hands-on exhibits, daily art projects, cultural and scientific programming. They blur the line between learning and playing.
Battlepoint Park has a great playground and a nice running path. Also at Battle Point is the Open Gym at the Transmitter Building. A great indoor activity on wet days.
Bainbridge Island Library Story Time – check here for times and ages.
Bainbridge Island Parks and Recreation has a huge selection of classes for you and your kids.
Bainbridge Island Little League – a large program including T-ball and Softball.
Soccer starts in the fall, signups will be in early summer. You can either do this through Parks and Rec or Bainbridge Island Youth Soccer, which has recreational and select (year-round teams) options.
Swim Team (Club) – Bainbridge Island Swim Club – the Bluefins
Art at Bainbridge Island Arts and Crafts – workshops, exhibits, special programs for kids.
Check out Bainbridge Performing Arts (BPA) – classes and performances.
Visit the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum. Kids under 5 are free. History classes are also offered through Parks and Rec and the public schools.
IslandWood – for classes, free tours, camps, special events.
Become a member or just take a walking tour at Bloedel Reserve.
Some local folks have plotted out bike routes along the island and those can be found on the link at Bikely.
Updated Feb. 2017.