Fort Ward State Park
Great Beach walks and trails into the lush forests. Fun for kids and adults alike. Challenging running trails thru woods.
Hiking trails. Bike trails. Boat launch. Fort Ward is the park all islanders enjoy.
Great walking trails, and, if you're feeling a bit more ambitious, a trail that links Blakely Harbor to Fort Ward. The views are stunning and the rocky beaches are great for kids to explore.
“Nice gently sloping hike down to a gorgeous beach. Parking is limited, but this is a classic Bainbridge Island hike.”
“Kids? No kids? Worth the visit. A huge park with a nice paved walking/biking trail around the perimeter, play structure, swings, pond, blackberries (late summer), observatory...beautiful and spacious.”
“Close to Rolling Bay Cabin. Beautiful beach, views of city, playground for kids.”
“Take a drive on the south side of the island by visiting Point White Dock. On your way, you'll see gorgeous homes along our southern beach, views of Mt. Rainer, etc. Drive slow, be mindful of the locals. Park at Point White and walk out on the dock to take in the views. ”
“An important monument , the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial is an outdoor exhibit commemorating the internment of Japanese Americans from Bainbridge Island in the state of Washington. Located at Pritchard Park, 4192 Eagle Harbor Drive a short drive from Winslow.”