The Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District maintains and operates over 1600 acres of developed and undeveloped parkland on Bainbridge Island.
Explore these parks by selecting them from the list below or from the menu on the left. For an overvew of park amenities, click here. Some of the facilities at these parks are available for reservation and may involve a Rental Fee.
Located at the intersection of Aaron Avenue and Grand Ave. This 0.5 acre park has a playground, horseshoe pits, grassy play area, and picnic table. Click here for more info.
11299 Arrow Point Dr. NE. Closest cross streets: Arrow Point Drive & Frey Avenue.
90 acres. Picnic shelter, jogging trail, pond, soccer fields, tennis courts, softball fields, basketball courts, roller-hockey rink, community gardens, lawn play areas, and KidsUp! playground. Click here for more info.
Blakely Harbor Park Head of Blakely Harbor. Closest cross streets: Blakely Avenue and 3-T Road.
40 acres. Former site of Port Blakely Mill, one of the world's largest sawmills in the late 1800's. Click here for more info.
900 Park Avenue NE. Closest cross streets: Park Avenue and Yeomalt Pt. Dr.
3 acres. Historic scout camp with a nature trail, multi-purpose classroom and historic log cabin. Click here for more info.
5055 Rose Avenue NE. Closest cross streets: Rose Ave & Eagle Harbor Drive
7 acres. Picnic shelter, sports court, sand volleyball court, play area, and off-leash dog area. Click here for more info.
15446 Sunrise Drive
Fay Bainbridge State Park is a 17-acre marine camping park with 1,420 feet of saltwater shoreline on the northeast corner of Bainbridge Island. The park offers sweeping views of Puget Sound, the Cascade Mountains and features sandy beaches. On clear days, Mount Rainier and Mount Baker are visible from a sandy beach. Click here for more info.
2241 Pleasant Beach
Fort Ward Park is a 137-acre marine park with 4,300 feet of saltwater shoreline on Rich Passage. Many of the structures in the park reflect the historic military significance of the area, but the park is well developed for day use. There is an underwater park for scuba divers, a two-lane boat ramp and a long, rocky beach along Rich Passage. This park is on the Cascade Marine Trail for a $5/person fee. Click here for more info.
Fort Ward Parade Grounds Park
Fort Ward Parade Grounds Park is approximately 1.5-acres of neighborhood park land for the Fort Ward neighborhood. This site is a portion of the previous marching and parade area for Fort Ward. Click here for more info.
Access from the north is from Marshall Road, and access from the south is off of Deeptath Rd.
318 acres. Includes 14-acre lake, other wetlands, and trails. Click here for more info.
274 Gideon Lane. Closest cross streets: Grow Avenue and Gideon Lane.
2.5 acres. A neighborhood park donated by heirs of the Kenneth H. Gideon family. Click here for more info.
Access from Miller and Mandus Olson Roads.
240 acres. Equestrian and walking trails. ADD more info. Click here for more info.
This 11.7 acre conservancy park contains upland forest, a large wetland, and 330 linear feet of saltwater shoreline on Eable Harbor. Click here for more info.
Phelps Road about 3/4 mile beyond the entrance to the Hidden Cove development. Closest cross streets: Day Road and Phelps Road.
9.5 acres. Ballfields and a soccer practice area. Trails connect to open space properties. Click here for more info.
8588 Hidden Cove Road. 6.1-acre park with water view and shore access. Click here for more info.
8395 Fletcher Bay Road. Closest cross streets: Fletcher Bay and High School Roads.
3 acres. Includes an historic community hall and a picnic area. Click here for more info.
This .4-acre neighborhood park located on Madison Avenue, near Wyatt Way. Click here for more info.
Day Road West. Closest cross streets: Miller Road and Day Road.
120 acres. Hiking and equestrian trails. Click here for more info.
Highway 305 and Koura Road. 67 acres. Being developed for nature study and trails. Click here for more info.
Nutes Pond is 31-acres of passive park with a captivating landscape whose central feature is a tranquil pond. Click here for more info.
Point White Drive.
Historic former Mosquito fleet and ferry dock; now an ideal spot for fishing and scuba diving. Click here for more info.
This gateway park with parking, orientation, and welcoming signage is located adjacent to SR-305 at the north end of the island near Bloedel Reverve. Click here for more info.
969 Weaver Road. Closest cross streets: Wyatt Way and Weaver Road.
10 acres. Multi-purpose ballfields and children's play structure. Click here for more info.
On Sands Avenue between High School Road and New Brooklyn.
10 acres. Full-size baseball and soccer fields. Click here for more info.
7666 NE High School Road. Closest cross streets: High School Road and Sands Road.
18 acres. Softball fields, multi-purpose ballfields, playground, skate bowl, tennis courts, Mini-Gym, Park District Administrative Offices and Strawberry Hill Center. Click here for more info.
North Madison Avenue. Closest cross streets: Madison Avenue and Roberts Road.
10 acres. Nature trail and picnic area. Click here for more info.
8334 NE County Park Road. Closest cross streets: Skogen Lane and County Park Road.
13 acres. Nature trail and picnic shelters. Click here for more info.