What’s It Like To Live On Bainbridge Island?

A question I am often asked is “What’s It Like To Live On Bainbridge Island?”.   Well, here’s some answers.  A private and secluded sanctuary awaits you in the island community of Bainbridge Island, WA. Only a 35-minute ferry ride away from Seattle, the community wows residents and visitors alike with its stunning mountain views, gently rolling hills, and small-town America feel. In 2005, the island was named by CNN/Money and Money Magazine as the second best place to live in the United States. It was recognized again in 2011, earning the top spot in a nationwide study of the best island enclaves by With gourmet food shops, a vibrant artisan community, and an impressive selection of local wineries, it’s no surprise that Bainbridge Island continues to be a favorite hamlet for those seeking luxury real estate and a low-key island lifestyle.

what's it like to live on Bainbridge Island


The charm of Bainbridge Island begins to show itself the moment you step aboard the ferry that connects it to Seattle. In fact, the commute to and from the Island is one of the biggest reasons people consistently choose the Island over mainland locations a similar distance away. For those residents, traffic and honking are things of the past, a far cry from the gently lapping waters of the Puget Sound and the sun setting on the mountains in a panoramic view. The ferry ride is different every day, allowing unparalleled enjoyment of the changing seasons and sometimes even a sighting of the elusive Orca whales.

It’s almost as if time travel is achieved by getting off the ferry at the bustling dock on Bainbridge Island. Suddenly you are transported back to a time when people walked down Main Street, live music floated on the air, and the dominant aroma was roasted coffee and cinnamon muffins. For many, the town center, affectionately called Winslow, is a storybook community.

What's it like to live on Bainbridge Island

Surrounded by tall trees, pastoral fields and wooded hills, it certainly looks like a storybook community. And its rustic charms donʼt end there. They extend into the variety of eclectic storefronts, bustling coffee shops, and gourmet restaurants that keep the community connected.

With only 65 square miles of land and just over 22,000 residents, Bainbridge Island could have fallen into the trap of being just another sleepy village. But its thriving artisan industries and the resulting strong economy based on small and medium sized businesses have made the town into a strong intellectual and cultural center. The variety of contemporary art available, as well as the traditional crafts that residents are so proud of, continue to draw many visitors each year.

Because of the strength of its community, Bainbridge Island continues to be a haven that unites people of different strengths, from the civically-minded to the creative to the intellectual. All of these people enjoy the lifestyle that is made possible by the Island and its lack of traffic, where everything you might want to do is only minutes away. It is truly a place where there is something for everyone, from the golf enthusiast to the hiker to the quiet reader.

What's it like to live on Bainbridge Island

Once you experience everything that Bainbridge Island has to offer, itʼs likely you wonʼt want to go anywhere else. And yet the ability to do that, to go somewhere else quickly and easily, is one of the Islandʼs most endearing qualities. Seattle is not the only destination nearby. The Kitsap Peninsula and Hood Canal are wonderful spots for weekend travel and are accessible by bridge.

Bainbridge Island unites more than just the country with the city. It unites the convenience of modern life with idyllic values from long ago: artisanship, community, and natural beauty. And that has made it more than just a place to live. It has made it a place to relax and enjoy the best that life has to offer. And that, even more than the ferry ride to get there, has made all the difference.

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“Loving Island Life” Bainbridge Island Grand Old Fourth!

Bainbridge Island Grand Old Fourth does the 4th of July in a BIG way!  We at “Loving Island Life” don’t want you to miss a single minute of the fabulous festivities that are coming up this weekend, so here’s the lowdown!

July 3rd Street Dance
Our awesome downtown association is once again having their annual July 3rd Street Dance.  This very popular event will take place on Winslow Way from 6 – 11 pm for food, music, dancing, and family fun.  This FREE community gathering is a yearly fund raising event for the Bainbridge Island Downtown Association. Break open your piggy banks, because the food and beverages will be cash-only. Complimentary family fun includes the always popular sidewalk chalk drawing, glitter tattoos, and balloon sculptures.  Check out the Downtown Association website for more details.


Grand Old 4th, Bainbridge Island’s biggest party!

The Grand Old 4th is produced and presented by the Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce, with the help of dozens of volunteers and a handful of loyal sponsoring businesses. “Join us for the 2016 Annual Grand Old 4th of July Parade and Community Celebration on Tuesday, July 4th, 2017. The 50th Grand Old 4th will include a Pancake Breakfast, all-day Street Fair, foot races (benefiting Bainbridge Youth Services), a Classic Car Show, Live Music, Food, Entertainment, a Beer Garden, and plenty of Family Fun—all capped off by the “Best Small Town Parade in America.” The mile-long parade always begins at 1 p.m. sharp!  We have something new and exciting this year!  We are opening the “Young Artisan Marketplace” for our young and eager entrepreneurs.  For lots more information on the day’s events, go to the Grand Old 4th website!

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“Loving Island Life” Bainbridge Parks Part 3

For our next installment in our Bainbridge Island parks series, we at “Loving Island Life” would like to share two parks on the south end of the island, both are beautiful,  historically significant, and they are linked by a 1.25 mile easy trail.  Slip on your walking shoes and we’ll hope to see you out there!

Fort Ward

“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 Cascadia Marine Trail, campsites are on a first come first serve basis for paddle craft users only.  There are limited services available and we ask that patrons practice “leave no trace” principals. There are 12 unsheltered picnic tables with grills, available first come, first served. The upper picnic area is accessible by automobile. The lower picnic area (along Rich Passage) is accessible by foot only.”

Access to the boat launch (which is available free of charge) and lower picnic areas at Fort Ward Park is located at 2241 Pleasant Beach Rd NE.  There are parking spaces, restrooms, picnic tables, and trash receptacles at this location.

 Fort Ward Park’s upper parking lot is located on the east side of the park, accessible from Fort Ward Hill Road NE and has picnic tables and easy access to the Fort Ward to Blakely Harbor trail system.

A bit of local history:  After World War II, the U.S. Navy used a radio tower (once located adjacent to the park and east of the upper picnic area) to send messages to Navy Command in Seattle at Pier 91. In 1903, Fort Ward was officially commissioned as a seacoast fort with the primary objective of protecting the Bremerton Naval Shipyard. Two gun batteries are located in the park. During World War II, the navy used the fort as a radio station and training school for communication personnel and installed a submarine net across Rich Passage. In 1958, the navy decommissioned the fort, and State Parks purchased Fort Ward in 1960. Ownership of the Park was transferred to the Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District June 4, 2011.


Blakely Harbor Park

This is another local park with a very interesting history.  “This 40-acre park is on the former site of Port Blakely Mill, one of the world’s largest sawmills in the late 1800’s. This park is in the process of being developed for passive recreational use such as picnicking, kayaking, and wildlife viewing.  On December 15, 1999, the initial 20-acre parcel was purchased by the Bainbridge Island Park District from Port Blakely Tree Farms, following several years of negotiations by the Bainbridge Island Land Trust, the Park District, and other island volunteers to preserve this historically significant property. The purchase was made possible through a grant from the Recreation Conservation Office, $1 million raised through Land Trust volunteer fundraising efforts, and support from the City of Bainbridge Island and Kitsap County.  An additional 18 acres was purchased in November 2001, increasing the total Blakely Harbor Park acreage to 40 acres.”


The park is located at the head of Blakely Harbor. Closest cross streets: Blakely Avenue and 3-T Road.

A bit of local history:  Yama is the 7-acre portion of Blakely Harbor Park that was once the site of the Japanese community associated with Blakely’s lumber mill era and an important aspect joined with other local and immigrant labor endeavors that helped make Blakely a significant 19th century community. The Bainbridge Island Historical Society is currently working on a preservation plan for this historically and archeaologically significant portion of the park.

Fort Ward-to-Blakely Harbor Trail

“The Fort Ward-to-Blakely Harbor Trail creates an important link between the two largest parks on the southern end of Bainbridge Island, Fort Ward Park and Blakely Harbor Park.  The trail provides a pleasant meandering walk through a thick forest of Douglas Fir and Big Leaf Maple trees and wetland areas.

Other trails nearby include the Fort Ward Trail System, accessed from the same parking lot off Fort Ward Hill Road NE, and the Blakely Harbor and Blakely Cemetery Trails, both accessed from roadside parking on Blakely Avenue NE.

As its name suggests, the Fort Ward-to-Blakely Harbor Trail links Fort Ward Park to Blakely Harbor Park and can be accessed from either end.  From Fort Ward Park, the trail can be accessed from the Fort Ward Trail approximately 0.1 miles north of the Fort Ward Park parking lot off Fort Ward Hill Road NE.  This parking lot has sufficient parking, a restroom, and trash facilities.  The trail can also be accessed at Blakely Harbor Park from a trailhead parking lot on NE Country Club Road.  At this parking lot, there are 5 parking spaces and no restroom or trash facilities.”

This 1.25 mile trail is dog friendly, and appropriate for hiking, biking and horses.

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“Loving Island Life” Bainbridge Island Parks

Welcome to the second installment of our series on Bainbridge Island Parks.  We at “Loving Island Life” are excited to share with you the incomparable Bloedel Reserve.  A place like no other, it is a wonderful island treasure with a fascinating history. The New York Times called it “one of this country’s most original and ambitious gardens.”  There is so much to know about the Bloedel Reserve, its history, its purpose, events and activities, we hardly know where to begin.  Their website is beautiful and easy to navigate, so we will provide some links for those who want to learn more.


Bloedel Reserve was created by Prentice and Virginia Bloedel, who resided on the property from 1951 until 1986. The son of a prominent lumber company owner, Mr. Bloedel was educated at the Thacher School in Ojai, California and at Yale University. Go to this link  to read more about Prentice Bloedel and his vision for the property.

From their website;  Bloedel’s twelve distinct gardens range from a bird marsh teeming with life, to a velvety-soft moss garden, to an award-winning Japanese garden and guest house. It’s an ever-changing landscape, and each visit brings surprises as you witness nature unfolding right before your eyes.

At Bloedel, you won’t find plant identification tags or directional signage. A walk through Bloedel is an experience. Immerse yourself in nature and for a moment, let the rest of the world fade away.

With 150 acres to explore, there is surely something for everyone to enjoy.  Visit their website to learn more about this island treasure.

Address: 7571 NE Dolphin Dr, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Phone: (206) 842-7631
“We humans are trustees in this world…our power should be exercised in this context.” – Prentice  Bloedel

“Nature can do without man, but man cannot do without nature.” – Prentice  Bloedel

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“Loving Island Life” Bainbridge Island Parks

Bainbridge Islanders love green.   For example, the City of Bainbridge Island has a history of trend-setting in sustainable practices, and we at “Loving Island Life” are proud to share that with you.

In 1989, the city prohibited retail food establishments from using non-biodegradable packaging (Styrofoam).

In 1991, the city ensured that recycling facilities were available, affordable, and convenient to all residents to encourage reduced waste.

In 1996, the city ceased using chemicals for vegetation control along roadways.

In 2003, the city ceased using pesticides.

In 2012, the city took another big step forward in reducing litter and unnecessary waste, protecting water and wildlife, and saving money by reducing the use of plastic bags in our community. The City Council approved the Single Use Carry-Out Bag Ordinance (commonly known as the “plastic bag ban”) in April.

We also have some amazing outdoor spaces, and feel a strong commitment to developing our island in a responsible way so that future generations can share in the serene beauty we all currently enjoy.  Bainbridge Island Metro Parks and Recreation District maintains and operates over 1600 acres of developed and undeveloped parkland on Bainbridge Island along with 32 miles of trails.  Not bad for an island that is only 10 miles long and 5 miles wide!  You can find a list of 36 parks and maps for 21 trails here on their website.

In addition to the Parks Department, Bainbridge Island has one city park, Waterfront Park, located in downtown Winslow, as well as one private reserve, Bloedel Reserve, located on the north end of the island.  With the arrival of warm weather, and summer fast approaching, we would like to encourage you to enjoy our great outdoors by highlighting some of our favorite parks and trails in a short series of blogs.  Let’s start with Waterfront Park, which is an easy stroll from the ferry.


Waterfront Park


Waterfront Park is a 5.5 acre, day use only park in the heart of downtown Winslow.  It’s a very popular civic and social gathering place for island residents and visitors alike. It welcomes annual festivals, summer performances, special events, picnics, music performances, and more. It provides sunny lawn areas for play, including a play area for children, and has easy access to the water’s edge for boating and tranquil views of Eagle Harbor.

The 200-foot city dock is directly south of Waterfront Park. It is open year-round and is first come, first served. The city dock offers guest moorage for vessels for up to 70 feet. The city also offers 400 feet of offshore guest moorage in Eagle Harbor and ample transient anchorage in Eagle Harbor and around the island.  The city dock will be closed beginning July 31, 2017 for a major renovation and is scheduled to re-open March 1, 2018.

The annual Boater’s Fair is also held at Waterfront Park and is very popular with local boaters.

Bainbridge Island Annual Boater’s Fair

Sunday, July 2, 2017. 11AM-3PM

Up next, the Bloedel Reserve, a unique and treasured island gem.

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“Loving Island Life” Bainbridge Island Art Walk

We at “Loving Island Life” have always felt that there is something a bit magical about Bainbridge Island.  It’s one of those rare and special places on earth that attract creative, artistic people.  Bainbridge counts among its residents some very accomplished and well known writers, artists and actors.

Art Grice at Bainbridge Arts and Crafts

 This week during First Friday Art Walk, you will have the opportunity to meet renowned photographer Art Grice at Bainbridge Arts and Crafts, as he presents images from his upcoming book, Art Grice Retrospective: A Walk in the Dark, due to be published later in the year.  Visit his website to learn more about the artist and see samples of his work.

Student Show

Also premiering this Friday, May 5th, BAC’s annual extravaganza will feature vibrant works of art by high school and middle school artists from all over Bainbridge Island.

Middle School Reception: May 5, 6-8 p.m.

High School Reception: May 24, 4-5 p.m.

Bainbridge Arts and Crafts

151 Winslow Way E
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

As always, Karen will be pouring wine at our downtown office, and she would love for you to stop in for a chat and enjoy our latest sculptural pieces of art from Island Gallery.

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“Loving Island Life” Independent Bookstore Day!

An Independent brick and mortar bookstore is so much more than just a place that sells books.  It’s a place of inspiration and comfort, a place to connect with the community. For children it’s an exciting place to explore new worlds and fan the flames of their imaginations.  We at “Loving Island Life” love to read and we feel so fortunate to have a truly wonderful independent book store with an enthusiastic and knowledgeable staff.  This Saturday is Independent Bookstore Day, and there will be tours this weekend of independent bookstores all over greater Seattle.  Please stop in to our own Eagle Harbor Book Company to celebrate the day!

Independent Bookstore Day

Saturday, April 29, 2017 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM EST

157 Winslow Way East
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Eagle Harbor Book Company

“Join us for a day of celebration of bricks and mortar independent bookstores! We’ll open our doors early — at 7:30am — for those planning to travel to bookstores around the Seattle area. Or stop by anytime during the day for prizes, surprises, authors, and more! We’ll have special merchandise, food, and lots of talk about books, audio books, and more. Meet other booklovers who are scrambling to visit every participating bookstore in the greater Seattle area!”

There is no Frigate like a Book 

To take us Lands away 

Nor any Coursers like a Page 

Of prancing Poetry – 

This Traverse may the poorest take 

Without oppress of Toll – 

How frugal is the Chariot 

That bears the Human Soul –


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“Loving Island Life” Earth Day Bainbridge Island

All of us at “Loving Island Life” were drawn to Bainbridge Island, in part, because we love the great outdoors.  Bainbridge Island has peaceful trails, a gorgeous shoreline, and inspiring mountains views.  Our parks, forests and even our backyards are a never ending source of entertainment provided by deer, raccoons, coyotes, and squirrels.  The island is a birdwatcher’s paradise.  This Saturday, April 22, is Earth Day, and we invite you to get out and enjoy the island’s natural bounty. Keep reading for a few fun ways to enjoy this Earth Day weekend.

“Take only memories,  leave only footprints.”  – Chief Seattle

The Bainbridge Island Trashion Show

Saturday, April 22, 6:30 PM TO 7:30 PM

4450 Blakely Avenue NE
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Pre-registration is required at the Islandwood website.

“Calling all trashionistas! The best junk-to-trunk show is back by popular demand. The Bainbridge Island Trashion Show is an entertaining fashion show featuring repurposed materials. Get ready to be dazzled as local models of all ages and talented designers present creative garb that spans functional to funky. Don’t miss this unique event on Earth Day – fun for all ages!”

LEED Tours with BIMA Architect Matthew Coates

 Saturday, April 22, 2017, 11:00am-11:40am and 12:00pm-12:40pm

Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

550 Winslow Way East

Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 (Corner of Hwy 305 & Winslow Way East)


Reserve your spot:

“Sign up for one of two architectural tours with BIMA architect Matthew Coates and learn more about BIMA’s sustainable design and construction that earned it LEED Gold Certification.”

Earth Day Adoption Event “Grow Your Family” 

Saturday, April 22, 12:00 PM TO 5:30 PM

Kitsap Humane Society
9167 Dickey Rd. NW
Silverdale, WA 98383

“Shelter event only; All adopters will receive a flower seed packet with their adoption. There will also be a raffle of a potted flower basket donated by Olmsted’s Nursery! This event will take place at the Kitsap Humane Society from 12pm to 5:30pm. New Adoption Applications must be submitted by 4:30pm.”

Eagle Harbor Books

Sunday, April 23, 3pm

157 Winslow Way E, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110


“In honor of Earth Day, Eagle Harbor Books will host Seattle author Denise DeLuca, who will speak about her book[Re]Aligning with Nature: Ecological Thinking for Radical Restoration.  DeLuca takes readers aspiring for radical social and business solutions on a direct and simple path to real change: Nature’s Path. In this clear, direct, illustration-driven book, DeLuca lays out the core issues of why we are in danger due to being out of alignment with Nature and how re-aligning with Nature can save the planet.”

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“Loving Island Life” Bainbridge Performing Arts

This week, we at “Loving Island Life” want to share with you the vibrant performing arts scene on Bainbridge Island.  It is alive, creative, and it is thriving at Bainbridge Performing Arts!  From their website; “BPA originally was named “Bainbridge Light Opera”. The first musical production in 1956 was a hit and theatre on Bainbridge has never left. For 37 years, Bainbridge Performing Arts performed wherever they could – Timber Lodge, Commodore Middle School, North Kitsap auditorium, Bangor, a Circus tent on High School Road, and even a converted grocery store. The Playhouse was built in 1993 through a $1.2 million fundraising campaign. The facility boasts a 245-seat theater with professional sound and light.”  BPA hosts our Bainbridge Island Symphony, EDGE Improv, a variety of dance and music events, as well as showcasing the visual arts with a gallery and artists reception on First Friday Art Walk each month.

Check out their website for current and past events to see just how far performing arts on Bainbridge Island have come in the last 61 years.  If you have the acting bug, keep reading to learn about upcoming auditions!  Sign up for their newsletter here to have all the latest events sent to your email.

Bainbridge Performing Arts

200 Madison Ave N, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Box office: 206.842.8569

Here are the upcoming events for the rest of April;

“Secure your seats for the Seattle-based vocal jazz group BlueStreet Voices on April 15, and don’t miss the Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra’s momentous collaboration with the Bainbridge Chorale – Sacred and Profane: Carmina Burana. They’ll present two special off-site performances at the Bainbridge High School Gym on April 22 & 23. Plus – find your role in THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR with BPA Auditions on April 17.”

Here are the details from the BPA website;

 BlueStreet Voices puts forth everything from foot-tappin’ jazz standards to classically-arranged contemporary pop hits, including Latin, blues, gospel, rich ballads, and songs by contemporary jazz artists such as Michael Bublé, The Beatles, Kurt Elling, Coldplay, Groove for Thought, Maroon Five, Manhattan Transfer, and more.

Saturday, April 15th, 7:30 p.m. | Doors open 7:00 p.m.

Tickets $20/$15


Monday, April 17, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

BPA is excited to announce a 2nd round of auditions for THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR.

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY: Please email Deirdre Hadlock to schedule your appointment.

More information about the auditions can be found here.

Follow this link to see what’s coming up in May, and for more information on the 2017 – 2018 season.

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“Loving Island Life” First Friday Art Walk!

April is here, and it’s time for another First Friday Art Walk!

Stop by our new Sotheby’s office at 240 Winslow Way E this Friday, April 7th for wine (Karen will be pouring, so stop in and say “Hi”) and try something nice to munch while you enjoy art from the Island Gallery.  We are so pleased to be an annex for this fine gallery.  During April, 2017, Sotheby’s featured Gallery artists are, Pam SproulTom Johnson, Jacki Moseley, Renee Jameson, and Jen Till. Tom’s “ridge and furrows” fiber creations include large quilt size wall hangings and pillows. Jacki’s felt creations range from shadow-producing wall sculptures to beaded bowls. Renee’s entrancing monotypes feature land-, sea- and sky-scapes.  Jen specializes in large, mesmerizing oil paintings. Clients wishing to purchase pieces exhibited at Sotheby’s should contact the Gallery.

The Island Gallery

400 Winslow Way East, #120
206 780-9500
Hours: Mon-Fri 11-6pm, Sat 10-5, Sun 12- 4

This month, The Island Gallery has a perfect show for our long spring days, Lighting Up Spring. “One-of-a-kind sculptural illuminations that enhance daily living, made from wood and paper, steel and glass, for indoor and outdoor use.”  Follow this link to see some examples of the gorgeous works by artists Sean Carleton, L. Wendy Dunder, and K.T. Hancock.  Join them for the opening reception with the artists this Friday, April 7th, 6-8pm.

Also of note, The Island Gallery now has a blog.  It is, of course, a feast for the eyes, and is the best way to keep up with all the current shows, more information about the artists, and news about upcoming shows and events so you won’t miss a thing.

Downtown Bainbridge has so many wonderful shops and galleries displaying a wide range of artistic styles, truly something for everyone.  Start at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art and cruise down Winslow Way, be sure to stop in at Roby King, Plum, Blackbird Bakery, Bainbridge Arts and Crafts, and Danger just to name a few.

Hope to see you out an about downtown this Friday!

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