Getting Here

Bloedel Reserve is located at the north end of Bainbridge Island – a short ferry ride from downtown Seattle or Edmonds. (Click here for link to Washington State Ferries.)

Address:

7571 NE Dolphin Drive, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

From Seattle:

  1. Take ferry from Colman Dock in downtown Seattle to Bainbridge Island (crossing time: 35 minutes).
  2. Drive off ferry and head west on WA-305 N. Continue to follow WA-305 N for 6.2 miles.
  3. Turn right onto Agatewood Rd NE for 0.3 miles.
  4. Take the 1st right onto NE Dolphin Dr for 0.5 miles.
  5. Destination will be directly in front of you (driving time: 15 minutes).

From Edmonds:

  1. Take ferry from Edmonds to Kingston (crossing time: 30 minutes).
  2. Drive off ferry and follow traffic for approximately 0.1 mile.
  3. Turn left onto NE Iowa Ave which turns into NE West Kingston Rd for 2.2 miles.
  4. Turn left onto Miller Bay Rd NE for 4.3 miles.
  5. Continue onto Augusta Ave NE for 0.8 miles.
  6. Turn right onto Suquamish Way NE for 1.6 miles.
  7. At the casino, turn left onto WA-305 S for 1.0 mile.
  8. Turn Left onto Agatewood Rd NE for 0.3 mi
  9. Destination will be directly in front of you (driving time: 25 minutes).

Other transportation options:
Taxi service from Bainbridge Island ferry terminal:

  • Bainbridge Island Taxi – 206-842-1021
  • Taxis & Tours – 206-842-7660

Bus from Bainbridge Island ferry terminal

  • NEW! Direct bus service from the Bainbridge Island ferry terminal runs Tuesday-Saturday and is a bargain at just $2 per person. We suggest taking a mid- or late-morning ferry allowing plenty of time to enjoy the Reserve before catching the last bus back. (NOTE: We are open later in the summer than the bus service runs so please check the schedule for the day you visit and plan accordingly). Information & schedule HERE.
  • When B.I. Ride is not in service, the #90 bus stops one mile from Bloedel Reserve. (Click here for Kitsap Transit schedules)

Kitsap Tours

  • Provides guided tours of Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap County points of interest including Bloedel Reserve.