|Location:||Hawley Cove Park|
|Activities:||multi-use non-motorized trail, beach access|
|Trailhead Amenities:||limited parking off Wing Point Way; accessible only parking on Hawley Way|
The Hawley Cove Trail is a quarter mile trail within Hawley Cove Park that travels through upland forest and wetlands before ending at the shore of the Puget Sound. There is 600 feet of boardwalk with three viewing platforms with seating. Trail users can expect to find spectacular views of Mt. Rainier and Seattle as well as enjoy the beach at low tide and watch the ferries come and go from Eagle Harbor. This trail is part of the Waterfront Trail system, and is located just a quarter mile from downtown Winslow and the ferry.
The Hawley Cove Trail can be accessed from Hawley Cove Park, located at 1287 Wing Point Way NE.
1287 Wing Point Way NE, Bainbridge Island, WA, 98110
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