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Fay Bainbridge Park

154 Reviews

Fay Bainbridge Park

154 Reviews
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All - Inclusive Bainbridge Island Winery & Dinner Tour

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Just a 30 minute ferry ride from downtown Seattle and you'll be among the best wineries and wine tasting in Washington! You may have heard about some of the award-winning wines grown and produced on Bainbridge Island, but you have to experience the charm first hand. Our winemakers love what they do, and our tour guides will help show you the way to an experience of a lifetime!<br><br>✓ Visit 3-4 of the island's wineries and meet with the winemakers.<br><br>✓ Gourmet Dinner included.<br><br>✓ Up to 15 tastings!<br><br>✓ Receive V.I.P. treatment, possibly get to taste from the barrel of the newest<br><br>wines!<br><br>✓ Complimentary Tour Bainbridge souvenir wine glass.
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Joann J wrote a review Aug 2020
Seattle, Washington3 contributions2 helpful votes
This is a nice park, especially if you have kids, but the campsites (both tent and RV) are all way too close with no privacy at all. We actually showed up excited about having some sort of getaway after being cooped up during the pandemic for months, but as soon as we saw the site, immediately knew we wouldn't enjoy ourselves and left. I found this set up particularly interesting given the continued distancing and mask protocols. If you don't mind a communal-type situation (e.g., you have a group who can take up 6 tent sites), it's fine. But my husband and I prefer some privacy so that we can listen to our music, play guitar and talk without feeling like we're bothering our fellow campers. Alternatively, we don't really want to hear others around us either. Had we been lucky enough to have site 39 or 40, we might have stayed as they had the most privacy. I didn't book either of those because the description on the website states "On exit so there is less privacy than other spots." Trust me, there is far more privacy on both of these sites than 27-35.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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megan r wrote a review Oct 2019
16 contributions5 helpful votes
Faye Bainbridge Park is a fantastic place for a fun day trip or overnight camping. The view of Seattle and the Cascade Mountains is unparalleled! The RV spots are very nice and level as are the camping/tent spots. Note: There aren't sewer dumps at each site and the sewer dump at the entrance/exit of the park is not in service at this time. There's lots to do, like beachcombing, horseshoes, volleyball or badminton and whatever else you feel like doing. The fire pits are nice and large at the RV and camp sites. I highly recommend this park for everyone.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Ronald M wrote a review Oct 2019
Loveland, Colorado290 contributions44 helpful votes
The beach is littered with driftwood, not the small items, but the very large items that have washed ashore from storms. We really enjoyed a 2 mile walk and recommend it for anyone.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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rosyriveter wrote a review Oct 2019
59 contributions24 helpful votes
Found this Park just driving the island. Sat on a bench and listened to the shore sounds, boats, and birds. A very restful place.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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margaretj10813 wrote a review Oct 2019
Bainbridge Island, Washington108 contributions37 helpful votes
Fay Bay as we locals call it is just a quick drive from my house. And it's lovely! The only real public beach on the island that has a fantastic view of the Sound, Seattle, Mt. Rainier, and shipping traffic. It's sandy (which is a rarity), level, and features drift logs along the shore. There is a camping area as well as picnic areas, yurts, and flush toilets. It's on the east side of the island so it's perfect for sunrises. Lots of parking and pretty easy to get to.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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