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Fay Bainbridge Park

Southern Puget Sound, Washington

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  • The day use area at Fay Bainbridge Park.- Fay Bainbridge Park
  • The day use area at Fay Bainbridge Park.- Fay Bainbridge Park
  • The day use area at Fay Bainbridge Park.- Fay Bainbridge Park
  • Looking out east over the Puget Sound from Fay Bainbridge Park.- Fay Bainbridge Park
  • The day use area at Fay Bainbridge Park.- Fay Bainbridge Park
  • The beach at Fay Bainbridge Park along the Puget Sound.- Fay Bainbridge Park
  • The beach at Fay Bainbridge Park along the Puget Sound.- Fay Bainbridge Park
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  • Beachside Lower Picnic Shelter in Fay Bainbridge Park.- Fay Bainbridge Park
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  • The day use area at Fay Bainbridge Park.- Fay Bainbridge Park
  • The day use area at Fay Bainbridge Park.- Fay Bainbridge Park
  • North Private Picnic Shelter Fay Bainbridge Park.- Fay Bainbridge Park
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  • The tent camping area in Fay Bainbridge Park.- Fay Bainbridge Park
  • The tent camping area in Fay Bainbridge Park.- Fay Bainbridge Park
  • Old-growth western redcedar (Thuja plicata) in Fay Bainbridge Park.- Fay Bainbridge Park
  • Looking north toward Jefferson Beach from Fay Bainbridge Park.- Fay Bainbridge Park
  • The day use area at Fay Bainbridge Park.- Fay Bainbridge Park
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Direct access to Puget Sound. Campground. Reservable picnic shetlers. Playground.
Cons: 
Picnic shelters are difficult to book.
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Region:
Southern Puget Sound, WA
Congestion: 
Moderate
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
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Adventure Description

Adventure Description

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How many parks have dozens of Adirondack chairs scattered around, completely available for any visitor to use or move wherever they want? We can tell you…not many. Fay Bainbridge Park does, and it’s a much appreciated amenity. So to those who run the park and decided to offer these public Adirondack chairs…thank you!

Located on a nearly half-mile stretch of Puget Sound beach on the northeastern shore of Bainbridge Island, Fay Bainbridge Park is beautifully situated. On any clear day you can enjoy views of Mount Rainier and Mount Baker, and if one day isn’t enough to take advantage of this little park, it also has a 36-site campground.

The park’s day use area not only features dozens of lounging chairs, it also provides nearly three dozen picnic tables (with upright barbeque grills), two reservable picnic shelters, a playground, a sand volleyball court, horseshoes, potable water, and public restrooms.

Note: Both the Beachside Lower and Private North picnic shelters can accommodate up to 50 people, are reservable in 4-hour time slots (11a.m. to 3 p.m. or 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.), and are $80 and $100, respectively.  To make reservations, call 206.842.2306, extension 118.

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