The Bloedel Reserve is truly a hidden gem and it's a great place to spend a few hours on Bainbridge Island. There are well-maintained walking paths that are mostly flat (there are a few small hills that could pose a challenge, so don't expect it to be 100% flat, but it's more of a stroll than a hike). The reserve has several distinct gardens (a Japanese garden, a moss garden, etc), a house you can walk through, and a variety of scenery. I've been several times and it's nice on sunny days and on rainy days. After posting pictures of my recent visit on Facebook several of my friends decided to go, and they were very happy they did. Great for couples, families, or those traveling on their own. Don't forget your camera and note that you're not allowed to eat in the reserve.
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