Fay Bainbridge Park is tucked into the north east corner of Bainbridge Island. It’s a drive to reach it, but the beach access is worth it. It also has a large campground for RV’s and tents.
Bee in rose.
A perfect beach for small children who love to toss rocks.
The trails out to the beach are easy to walk.
Watching the boats go by can be interesting. We watched the massive oil rig going into Seattle for work, with its tug boat.
Bainbridge might be an island, but it doesn’t feel like one – until you are on the beach.
Tiny crab in a shell, waiting for the high tide.
Seattle in the distance, and so quiet here.