Villages and Neighborhoods

The following is a list of many of our older neighborhoods, each instilled with a unique personality. Many contain homes remaining from old waterfront villages that relied on sea captains for news and as a means to sell their harvests or visit friends in other parts of the island.

Northwest Sector

This part of the island is known for its warm western sun and majestic view of the Olympic Mountains. It is favored for its good farming, clam-filled beaches and rich salmon fishing. It is here that the Agate Passage bridge provides a land link to the Kitsap and Olympic peninsulas.

  • Agate Point
  • Arrow Point
  • Battle Point
  • Fletcher Bay
  • Island Center
  • Manzanita Bay
  • Meadowmeer
  • Seabold
  • Tolo
  • Venice

Northeast Sector

Home to historic Port Madison with its 19th century homes, plenty of protected deepwater moorage, and summer sailing classes, this area features glorious sunrises and is surrounded by bays, passages, and inlets.

  • Ferncliff
  • Hidden Cove
  • Manitou Beach
  • Point Monroe
  • Port Madison
  • Rolling Bay
  • Skiff Point
  • West Port Madison

Southwest Sector

This part of Bainbridge is noted for its no-bank and low-bank waterfront along Rich Passage, historic beach cottages, and its exposure to the low-lying afternoon winter sun.

  • Crystal Springs
  • Fort Ward
  • Lynwood Center
  • Pleasant Beach
  • Westwood
  • Point White

Southeast Sector

Home to the village of Winslow and the ferry terminal, and boasting the island’s most spectacular views of downtown Seattle, this area has been the center of village life on the island since the mid-1800’s. Many of the island’s oldest homes are clustered around Eagle and Blakely Harbors, in close proximity to these two historically “working” harbors.

  • Bill Point
  • Creosote
  • Eagledale
  • Blakely Harbor
  • Rockaway Beach
  • South Beach
  • West Blakely
  • Wing Point
  • Winslow
  • Yeomalt