Gazzam Lake Park and Wildlife Preserve Trails

Gazzam Lake Park and Wildlife Preserve Trails

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Gazzam Lake Park and Wildlife Preserve and trail system includes 444.6 acres of highly valued upland forests and wetlands in the southwest quadrant of Bainbridge Island, between Baker Hill Road and Marshall Road. There are two entrances to the Park, one from the North end a quarter mile west of Crystal Spring Drive from Marshall Road with very limited parking. The other from the South end off of Baker Hill Rd on Deerpath Lane, which has a 4 car parking area at the trail head.
Gazzam Lake, in the northwest part of the park, is a 13-acre freshwater wetland area that has remained substantially untouched by human development, thus providing scenic beauty and wildlife habitat for a variety of species. Google map: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?hl=en&ie=UTF8&msa=0&msid=100912177132771302355.00045ae10c31a0ed55245&z=14

Gazzam Lake Park and Wildlife Preserve offers nearly 4 miles of trail when combined with the more recent acquisitions of the Peter


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