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Afternoon on the Trails
IslandWood’s trail systems will be open this day only for your self-guided exploration. Hike leisurely down the Spine Trail and traverse the ravine on a suspension bridge. How many species of ferns can you spot from the bridge? (our staff will have the answer!)
Meander through hemlock and red-cedar woods and make your way towards Mac’s Pond to scout for ospreys and eagles. They love to soar overhead at this spot! Head up the Cemetery Trail and peek in the Mill Worker’s Cabin or head south to explore the more elusive “Lower Loop Trail” full of mossy wonders, maidenhair ferns, and hooty owls. Heading back to campus, take the Spine Trail north and weave around the cattail marsh, stopping at the Bird Blind to observe waterfowl and other wildlife. Both treehouses and our Forest Canopy Tower will be open for your visit, too!
We’ll have maps for you so you can find your way around and will be happy to suggest a route that is suitable for your family and abilities.
4450 Blakely Ave NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
148 parking spots onsite on our 255 acre campus.