The straight and narrow | Photo of the day 2.16

Hidden Cove Park has been reopened following the installation of a new dock at the north end park earlier this month.

The new structure on Port Madison replaces a popular but oh-so-slippery 100-foot-long dock that was accessible by a steep staircase. The new dock was built with financial help from the Bainbridge Island Park Foundation.

The dock at Hidden Cove Park is the only one on Bainbridge that provides public access to a swim float on the island.

(Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review)

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