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Fay Bainbridge Park

Fay Bainbridge Park

15446 Sunrise Drive
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
(206) 842-3931

Fay Bainbridge State Park is a 17-acre marine camping park with 1,420 feet of saltwater shoreline on the northeast corner of Bainbridge Island. The park offers sweeping views of Puget Sound, the Cascade Mountains and features sandy beaches. On clear days, Mount Rainier and Mount Baker are visible from a sandy beach.

Camping

Visit our new and improved campground at Fay Bainbridge, with campsites from just 15 to 21 dollars a night.The park has 10 tent sites, 26 utility sites, one dump station, and two restroom facilities, one with showers.

The utility sites have water only at the site and will accommodate RVs up to 30 feet in length. Some of the sites will take RVs larger than 30 feet.

All camping is first-come, first-served.

Check-in time is 2:30 p.m., and check-out time is 1 p.m. Quiet hours are from 10pm to 6:30am. Engine-driven electric generators may be operated only between the hours of 8am and 9pm. Length of stay: You may stay up to 10 days in any 30-day period during the summer.There are two shelters, both with water and one with electricity. There are also 11 sheltered and 40 unsheltered picnic tables. Both shelters are available by reservation and will accommodate groups of up to 50 people.Two mooring buoys are available for boat tie up

Park hours/updates:
Summer: 8 a.m. to dusk.
Winter: 8 a.m. to dusk.

The park is open year round for camping and day use.

Nature of the Area:
Wildlife Mammals Birds Fish & Sea Life? Otters? Raccoons? Squirrels? Crows or Ravens? Doves or Pigeons? Ducks? Eagles? Geese? Gulls?Hawks?Herons?Hummingbirds? Jays? Ospreys? Owls? Pheasants? Quail? Woodpeckers? Wrens? Clams? Crabs?Mussels? Sea Birds? Seals? Shellfish? Salmon? Shark

Environmental Features Physical Features Plant Life ? Cedar? Douglas Fir? Hemlock? Spruce? Yew? Alder? Apple? Cherry? Maple? Daisy? Foxglove? Rhododendron? Berries? Eel Grass? Ferns? Moss or Lichens

Camping:
The park has 10 tent sites, 26 utility sites, one dump station, two restrooms and two showers.

The utility sites have water only at the site and will accommodate RVs up to 30 feet in length. Some of the sites will take RVs larger than 30 feet.

All camping is first-come, first-served.

Length of stay: You may stay up to ten consecutive days in any one park during the summer; the stay limit is extended to 20 days between Oct. 1 and March 31.

Picnicking:
There are two kitchen shelters with electricity, one overlooks Puget Sound, plus 11 sheltered and 80 unsheltered picnic tables. One shelter is available by reservation. It will accommodate groups of up to 50 people. For reservations, phone the park at (206) 842-3931. There is a reservation fee.

Boating:
Two mooring buoys are available for boat tie up.

Moorage fees are charged year round for mooring at docks, floats and buoys from 1 p.m. to 8 a.m Moorage permits are available at parks offering moorage. For information, call (360) 902-8844.

History of the Area:
At the park entrance is a display of a bell donated by the Kitsap County Historical Society. This bell was brought to the area from San Francisco in 1883 by Captain Jeremiah Farnham. The bell was to proclaim important community events to the citizens of Port Madison. The park was acquired in 1944 from Mr. And Mrs. Temple S. Fay.

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