Gazzam Lake Park Trail

Bainbridge Island, Washington 98110

Gazzam Lake Park Trail

Gazzam Lake Park Trail Professional Review and Guide

"A large glacial tarn on south Bainbridge, filling in with reeds, water lilies, and ducks, will charm and attract children. It is part of an island park that offers a network of trails in island second-growth and open space. The best trail in the park links to a recent 64-acre addition, the Close Property, on Port Orchard Bay on the island’s west side.

This means children can walk both the 550 feet of beach waterfront and/ or the peaceful forested trail to the lake. The park was named for W. L. Gazzam, an influential landowner in 1916. Tell the kids that at one time, the Puget Sound Glacier covered all of Bainbridge and scoured out this lakebed, leaving large boulders in other places as reminders that it had passed this way. The same glacier set the shape of the sound itself."

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Trail Information

Bainbridge Island
Nearby City
Kid-friendly
Accessibility
4
Distance
200 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
Year round
Season
100 feet
Trailhead Elevation
300 feet
Top Elevation

Activity Feed

Jul 2018