Gideon Park

274 Gideon Lane. Closest cross streets: Grow Avenue and Gideon Lane.

Gideon Park was donated to the Bainbridge Island Park & Recreation District in 1987 by the heirs of Kenneth H. Gideon. The 2.4-acre park is bounded by Grow Avenue on the west and Gideon Lane on the south and is intended for quiet and passive activities.

The park contains swings and rockers for young children, a bird and butterfly garden, and a log cabin, which is currently used as a caretaker’s residence. The site is used primarily as a neighborhood park.