Gazzam Lake Nature Preserve

4.54 Votes
  • Address: 6105 NE Marshall Rd, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110, USA, United States
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  • Tags: Forest, Park, Hiking Trail

Gazzam Lake Nature Preserve is a paradise for nature-lovers and hikers. It’s more than 445 acres are a blend of lake, wetland, and a forest. It is home to several trails that are great for different types of hikers. From beginners to experienced ones, everyone finds something suitable here. Even though the lake is not recommended for fishing or swimming, hiking along the shores is an experience in itself. Such walks will also introduce you to local birds and animals here.

  • Gazzam Lake Nature Preserve Address: 6105 NE Marshall Rd, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110, USA, United States
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  • 5.63% of people who visit Bainbridge Island include Gazzam Lake Nature Preserve in their plan

  • 75% of people start their Gazzam Lake Nature Preserve visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Gazzam Lake Nature Preserve

Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Gazzam Lake Nature Preserve

People normally club together Battle Point Park and Streamliner Diner while planning their visit to Gazzam Lake Nature Preserve.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Gazzam Lake Nature Preserve Reviews & Ratings

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  • Enjoy the walk as you approach the lake. The trails are maintained, and they are lonely. But watch out for the owls! These fowls can be aggressive.

  • This place was beautiful. Nice little hike through the woods all the way to the water. In total we walked about 5 miles round trip. Way back was kind of intense because you have to go back up a relatively steep hill, but it was totally doable even for a novice like me. Beautiful moss covered all the trees. Ferry ride to Bainbridge is also a sight to behold, so the whole experience was great. The WTA website has really detailed instructions on how to get the trail head. #Trails #Easy

  • So the hike is great for beginners and little kids. Very level. It is a bit buggy here because of the Gazzam POND. The standing water of Gazzam "Lake" makes this place a little more mosquito-y. There is a really cool rock to climb on and the trails are wide and clear with plenty of signs posted. Not a lot of parking either. We will be going back and I would recommend it just dont be surprised! #militarywild #AutismFam #PawsForHadrian

  • The parking leaves a little to be desired, as does lack of restroom at the one end. But otherwise, lovely place for a nice flat walk with a steeper walk down to the beach as an option.

  • It is a wonderful easy trail with many other trails connected. I enjoyed it as a change of pace to Peter's Trail.

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