So many sophisticated island choices for products, services and activities, yet Bainbridge Island still retains that small town charm year-round.
In springtime, the community comes out for family egg hunts in the park, at the aquatic center and even hunting on trails with geo-caching coordinates.
Summer finds locals attending weekly music concerts and movies in the park. From tasty grilled bratwursts to the fun charity dunk tank to the low-riding basset hounds marching in the parade, the Grand Old Fourth of July parade and festivities will win anyone over.
When weather turns to fall, the pumpkin patch opens and hay rides begin.
No one wants to miss the Harvest Fair at Johnson Farm.
Chilly winter evenings don’t stop islanders from going out for the Christmas tree lighting in Winslow, greeting the holiday music fire engine or checking out the Bloedel Reserve train display.
Make this island your home, and we guarantee it won’t take long for your favorite barista to learn your name and your morning beverage of choice. What better way to feel right at home?
Yes, living on Bainbridge Island you’ll sometimes wonder how you managed to step back to a time when simple pleasures were so enjoyable!