VISITORS TO BAINBRIDGE ISLAND! Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis, masks are now required in Washington State, as of June 26, 2020.
Every person in Washington State must wear a facial covering that covers their nose and mouth when in any indoor or outdoor public setting.
Bloedel Reserve is an experiential public garden and forest reserve, a mixed tapestry of woodlands, meadows, and landscaped gardens. With 150 acres to explore and 14 distinct landscapes, it’s a place to immerse yourself in nature. Plan to spend at least 2 hours on the Reserve.
During your visit, you’ll walk approximately 2 miles on well-maintained bark and gravel trails, and paved roads. For guests with limited mobility (ADA), a paved road gives you access to the highlights of the Reserve. The ADA route is approximately 2/3 of a mile round trip and has an incline on the return trip. Wheelchairs are available for use by guests.
To maintain our meticulous landscapes and the tranquility of the experience, no food or beverages (other than water), or pets are allowed on the trails. Ask the Gatehouse staff for information about nearby restaurants or city parks where you can enjoy a meal or snack.
Please be sure to review our Garden Etiquette before your visit.
7571 NE Dolphin Dr, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
Located in a semi-rural residential area, our parking capacity is limited and there is no street or off-site parking available. During busy seasonal events and the summer, we encourage the use of BI Ride, carpooling, or other ride-sharing services. If we reach our parking capacity, we may ask you to return at a later time or another day. We appreciate your understanding.
Tues – Sun
Gates open at 10 AM
Last admission at 3 PM
Grounds close at 4 PM