October 26, 2011
Fort Ward Walk collage - Jen Pells

One of My Favorite Walks on Bainbridge

A Waterfront Walk Through Fort Ward Park Not too long ago a friend of mine who has lived here for over two years said she had never been to Fort Ward Park.  I was shocked.  Fort Ward Park (having formerly been Fort Ward State Park) is on most maps.  There […]
August 1, 2011
#4 Battle Point Park

Bainbridge Island: 5 Parks to Visit on a Day Trip

Many people make their way over to Bainbridge Island in the summer.  Many walk on the ferry, but many drive too.  If you drive, I recommend you explore far beyond downtown Winslow and check out our amazingly scenic parks.  They are great if you have kids, or not. All will […]
July 6, 2011
Lytle Beach on Bainbridge Island

Lytle Beach

Lytle Beach on Bainbridge Island Public Beach Access Point Pleasant Beach Road to Lytle Road Soak up the summer sun! This 40-foot wide right-of-way includes a no-bank, gradually sloped, sandy/gravel beach with driftwood. Private property and tidelands exists on both sides of 40-foot wide right-of-way.  This was one of the […]
July 6, 2011
Hawley Cove on Bainbridge Island by Jen Pells Real Estate Agent on Bainbridge Island

Hawley Cove Park

Hawley Cove Park on Bainbridge Island The trailhead is located at the intersection of Wing Point Way and Azalea. This 11.7 acre conservancy park (thanks to Bainbridge Island Land Trust) contains upland forest,  a large wetland with 330 linear feet of saltwater shoreline on picturesque Eagle Harbor. The park has […]
April 25, 2011
Bainbridge Island Land Trust - Jen Pells

May Day at the Hilltop

  Spend Sunday, May 1st with Bainbridge Island Land Trust Mark Next Sunday, 12-4 down on your calendar.  Atop a glorious upland meadow on one of the highest points on Bainbridge Island, you can celebrate the likes of spring on May Day with the Bainbridge Island Land Trust Group.  Usher […]
October 21, 2010
Play structure with covered picnic area.

New Play Structure at Eagledale Park

I was out looking at a house for a client, when I noticed the bright and shiny new play structure out at Eagledale Park. The guys with the Parks and Recreation Department said it should be open and ready for use this weekend (10/22/10). What a great addition to this […]
October 2, 2010
Strawberry Hill Park Bainbridge Island

Strawberry Hill Park

I have spent a lot of time at this park – mainly because there’s always a lot going on here. The park includes three softball/football fields, concession and restrooms, Strawberry Hill Center, Mini-Gym, a picnic shelter, tennis court, sand volleyball court, a brand new volunteer-built playground, and a skatepark which […]
October 2, 2010
Point White Pier on Bainbridge Island

Point White Pier

Point White Pier was used as steamer dock site – the Mosquito Fleet – (1910-1930s, and 1950s-1972) and as a ferry dock (1942-1950) ; this .3-acre park is now an ideal spot for fishing, crabbing, and scuba diving.  There are scenic views (Port Orchard), and wildlife watching opportunities.  There is a […]