Beginning Saturday, March 12, 2022, Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced ending the indoor mask mandate for indoor gyms, recreation centers, and athletic facilities. The Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District will allow all class, activity, team, and facility participants the option to wear a mask or go without. We strongly request all community members respect individuals’ personal decisions on wearing or foregoing masks.
All programming, facilities, and parks are open and operating under standard procedures unless communicated by a Park District staff member. The Park District is continuing to monitor guidelines from the state and local health authorities, and will update COVID-19 guidelines as needed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Current Restroom Availability
Restrooms are open at all locations.
Customer Service Availability
Are playgrounds open?
Playgrounds are open to play, but they will not be cleaned. Users should be notified that they are risking exposure and they should bring their own hand sanitizer.
Are pools open?
The Aquatic Center is open including, lap swim, water exercise, family beach swim, and open swims. For more information, please visit www.biaquatics.org/schedule.
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Is camping open?
Fay Bainbridge Park camping is open, and reservations are available online or by phone.
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