Prichard Park, Bainbridge Island

#8 of 9 in Parks in Bainbridge Island
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Pritchard Park is a 50-acre (20 ha) former Superfund environmental cleanup site on the shore of Bainbridge Island's Eagle Harbor in Washington state.

The Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial is within the park.

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  • Winter, spring, summer or fall this park has a nice wide open beach park is popular with dog owners and strollers alike. Great place to taken in a sunset or 4th of July fireworks too. Parking can be....  more »
  • Sounds quirky but I love showing guests this park so they get a perspective of our location across the Sound from Seattle and north of Mt. Rainier. It is a great spot to watch the Ferry arrive or...  more »
  • While you won't find a pickle ball court on this beach, it is named after the man who supposedly invented the game here on Bainbridge back in the early 60's. Best sandy beach, dogs of all sizes enjoy the sand, water, and an occasional crab treat.
  • This area is a former Superfund site, due to the creosote operation that used to be here. But it's been cleaned up by the EPA, and now offers shoreline access that is greatly needed on this part of Bainbridge. You have fabulous views of the sound and of the Seattle waterfront off in the distance. It's usually pretty deserted.

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