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Bloedel Reserve
#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Bainbridge Island
Awesome views, a dream of a story behind this nature reserve - the property, home, Japanese guest home, gift shop, helpful volunteers, breathtaking views, places along the amazing trails to meditate, snap photos,...
Throw in a gorgeous home, a reflecting lake, a view of the Sound, a Japanese garden, a moss garden, a few easy hills, and this nature walk is quite diverse and lovely.
Fay Bainbridge Park
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Bainbridge Island
We love Fay Bainbridge park! Easy access, tons of parking, spectacular views and just a lovely beach!
Bainbridge island is beautiful and the park is just one more of many excellent destinations on the island.
Battle Point Park
#3 of 10 Nature & Parks in Bainbridge Island
The park is gigantic and has walking trails, a pond, some sitting areas, wild rabbits galore, baseball/softball fields, soccer fields, an observatory, a kids area, picnic facilities, lots of parking...you name it.
large park for kids, roller hockey, soccer, lacrosse, biking, walking, Frisbee golf, picnics, bird watching, kite flying.....and a bunch more like special music events !
Fort Ward Park
#4 of 10 Nature & Parks in Bainbridge Island
I started in the upper part of the park on the hiking trail, which seemed to be a favorite for runners & walkers alike.
Several old military structures are in the park to explore.
#5 of 10 Nature & Parks in Bainbridge Island
It is also great for families or large groups wanting to do outdoor activities and learn about eco-friendly living, have long nature-type walks and have comfortable really excellently built log-cabin facilities wi...
During the school year, children stay here to learn about nature and the ecosystem.
Bainbridge Gardens
#6 of 10 Nature & Parks in Bainbridge Island
There are also a nature trail to enjoy as well as a memorial garden.
The Grand Forest
#7 of 10 Nature & Parks in Bainbridge Island
Amazing local park with great hiking trails
This is a lovely little town park with many trails through the woods, a meadow and down the hill.
Manchester State Park Port Orchard 6.1 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Port Orchard
I have loved and visited this park so many times over the years...and the magic of it is ever changing, and yet, familiar and breathtaking!
Perfect place for a picnic, nature hike, walk on the beach, bbque, or just somewhere two play outdoor games with family.
Prichard Park
#8 of 10 Nature & Parks in Bainbridge Island
TIP: From the park you can take a trail back to the American Japanese Exclusion Memorial.
Red Pine Park
#9 of 10 Nature & Parks in Bainbridge Island
This unique pocket park was designed for the local neighborhood to have a place to stroll, garden in the pea patch and enjoy fruits in season, available for the picking.
Discovery Park Seattle 9.4 km away
#9 of 123 Nature & Parks in Seattle
Discovery Park has great trails for biking, hiking, dog walking, jogging, whale and bird watching; there are perfect hills and meadows for kite flying, grass sledding, picnicking; the beaches are excellent example...
This is a terrific oasis near the heart of Seattle; we stayed near Lake Washington and had easy access to the Discovery park for a day of exploring in the woods and along the seashore.
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Gazzam Lake Preserve
#10 of 10 Nature & Parks in Bainbridge Island
Hiram M. Chittenden Locks Seattle 10.4 km away
#3 of 123 Nature & Parks in Seattle
There's a little park with nice manicured lawns and some garden paths nearby and a cute museum/gift shop with miniature model boats where you can press pennies into souvenir tokens for free.
Fascinating for the engineer, nature lover, gardener and history lover!
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Alki Beach Seattle 10.0 km away
#13 of 123 Nature & Parks in Seattle
The lengthy waterfront offers a range of experiences from quiet sandy & pebbly beaches, especially fun at low tide, to a park-like beach waterfront with walking paths, waterfront activities, & nearby restaurants.
The park has picnic shelters, public restrooms, a 6 mile bike / walking path, and has the most lovely views of the Olympic mountains, and the skyline of Seattle, and the Puget sound.
Golden Gardens Park Seattle 11.5 km away
#10 of 123 Nature & Parks in Seattle
When we want to relax, we drive along the end of 45th Street in Ballard, (North Seattle) which turns north and follows the shoreline, passing marinas and launch sites, ending in a park with sandy beach and nature...
Loved watching the birds, walking along the beach, and enjoying the scenery and nature.
Kerry Park Seattle 12.1 km away
#1 of 123 Nature & Parks in Seattle
When the weather permits, this park has an AMAZING view of the city, and wonderful and relaxing atmosphere, and a great play area for smaller kids (toddlers-9 years old).
Lovely unique, quaint, fabulous homes and views to enjoy within walking distance to Kerry Park.
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Illahee State Park Bremerton 6.7 km away
#3 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bremerton
There are picnic tables and photo opportunities here, there are restrooms, water fountains, bulletin boards explaining rules and nature and the area and conservation, a pier and dock, and some nice trails.
This state park is awesome lots of waterfront views, picnic tables throughout park some old growth timber excellent for family outing and picnics
Lake Union Seattle 13.1 km away
#7 of 123 Nature & Parks in Seattle
We were at Lake Union often during our visit to Seattle.......some of our favs were Kenmore Air (we took a seaplane tour), the Ducks, and just sitting in Gas Works Park watching the other people enjoying the lake!!
Located in the heart of Seattle it provides great views of the space needle, house boats, gas works park, and so much more!
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Woodland Park Zoo Seattle 13.4 km away
#15 of 123 Nature & Parks in Seattle
We enjoyed touring the park which was beautifully landscaped with a variety of trees, shrubs and flowers.
I go to ZooTunes concerts at Woodland Park Zoo but before the concerts I always take in the penguins, elephants, giraffes, gorillas, bears, otters, and so many other animals.
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