Battle Point Park is one of the most wonderful parks on Bainbridge Island. The park totals 90.3 acres, is a former naval radio station, and is largely open space with two ponds, 1.5 mile jogging trail, fitness course, two newly turfed soccer fields, three softball fields, horse area, a covered picnic shelter, two tennis courts, sand volleyball court, play areas, two basketball courts shared with a popular roller hockey court, a large children’s play structure, and community garden plots. The recently renovated Transmitter Building is used for gymnastics classes and camps.
The Battle Point Neighborhood is to the south of Battle Point Park itself, and the Arrow Point Neighborhood includes the park and is primarily to the north.
If Battle Point Park is not enough there are miles of trails in the nearby Grand Forest and the Ferry Dell Trail, which winds down to the water.
Homes nearby are custom and of high quality. Many homes are on acreage, and there is no one “development” type neighborhood. Many homes are waterfront or have a view and many are in very private, wooded settings.
The park and waterfront opportunities attract many buyers, and there are a wide variety of homes and prices to suit many price ranges.