Getting Here

Bainbridge Island, WA

Whether you drive, bike, boat or walk finding your way to Bainbridge Island is a sightseeing tour unto itself. Beautiful vistas of Puget Sound, stunning forest highways and breathtaking cityscape views. 

Take a break away from city life or plan a relaxing stop on your way to the coast. Simply walk, bike, or drive onto the ferry at the Seattle’s Colman Dock sit back, relax and enjoy the view. Your short ride (only 35 minutes) will offer some of the most spectacular vistas in the Puget Sound Area.

By Car

  • From the South Sound Tacoma/Olympia – Bainbridge may be an island but there is a bridge that connects the island to the Kitsap Peninsula on the north end. Visitors can drive from Tacoma over the Narrows Bridge on Highway 16 and follow Highway 3 from Bremerton to Poulsbo, where Highway 305 leads to Bainbridge Island. 
  • From the Olympic Peninsula – Take Highway 104 across the Hood Canal Bridge then take Highway 3 to Poulsbo and Highway 305 to Bainbridge Island.

Come for the day or stay for the night! Bainbridge Island has a few places to dock if you’re planning a day trip or plan to rent a slip for the weekend.

Daily docking: 

Waterfront Park & City Dock is one of the best places to dock to access the heart of downtown on foot.

Moorage/Slip Rental:

Nightly slips can be rented for extended stays at these locations:

The Harbour Marina

Waterfront Park & City Dock

Winslow Wharf Marina

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