Registration for summer is now open.
Click the picture below to browse a PDF of our whole summer catalog.
The camp grid is to help you navigate through our summer camps by week or by age. Included in the grid is the page number where you can find more detailed information about each camp. It is our hope that this will be a tool to help you plan your summer activities.
Sakai Park & June 21, 2018 Park Board Meeting
At the June 21, 2018 regular board meeting of the Bainbridge Island Metropolitan Park & Recreation District, the Board of Commissioners will consider next steps for the Sakai Park concept plan that was developed by Jones & Jones in 2017. For more info about this meeting, click here.
Hidden Cove Park Dock Dedication
Saturday, June 30
Just in time for the summer season, with thanks for your support, the new Hidden Cove Park dock is here!
Join the Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation and Bainbridge Island Metropolitan Park & Recreation District as we celebrate this amazing new outdoor amenity at Hidden Cove Park, 4:00pm on Saturday, June 30.
Enjoy the new ADA-accessible overwater pier, ramp and dock floats in the park at 8588 Hidden Cove Road NE on the south side of Port Madison. Light refreshments will be served.
Kids Up! Playground Renovation
The main tower area restoration is now complete. The rest of the original structure will be maintained as much as possible while we move forward with the next phases of our Kids Up Next Generation of Play re-imagination process.
The structure is being restored and re-imagined in a way that will honor the original playground, but bring ne
w ideas and accessibility. If you are interested, please read the information on our Kids Up Playground Renovation webpage or on the signage at the site about the overall project.
To donate: contact the Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation.
Click here to see the latest on the Sakai Park planning process.
Community Picnic at the Moritani Preserve
Sunday, July 8
Join the Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation for a community picnic at the beautiful Moritani Preserve. Bring a basket lunch and enjoy music by gypsy-jazz ensemble Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers.” The Parks Foundation will provide strawberries, cake, and information about this wonderful new park.
Kitsap County Noxious Weed Control Crew
Kitsap County noxious weed control crew will be back on the island June 19-23 to do our annual noxious weed work along the roadsides and on private properties on island. Tuesday, June 19 and Wednesday, June 20 we will focus on posting the road side in accordance with City code 16.30.06 then posted sites will be treated on Thursday and Friday. We will work to remove plants via pulling where possible and do spot treatments on sites where needed. If you have a specific location you would like us to visit please send me the address of the sites you want us to hit along with the weed species! Private sites will be treated mostly on Wednesday. Thank you all for your help and your continued efforts to keep noxious weeds managed on the island. If we were able to get to your site a few weeks ago we may be returning to see how the sites look and to do some follow up treatments.
Our target plants are still poison hemlock, tansy, teasel, purple loosestrife and knotweed. If you spot any locations that you would like us to manage please email Dana Coggon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mission of the Bainbridge Island Metropolitan Park & Recreation District is to build a healthy community through effective, sustainable stewardship of the District’s parks and open space, and through the development and delivery of innovative cultural and recreation opportunities.