Public locations all over Kitsap County have been selected to be part of Bainbridge Island Museum of Art’s 10th Anniversary Treasure Trek.
Glass floats will be hidden from Fort Ward Park on Bainbridge to Long Lake County Park in Port Orchard. If you find one of the 200 hand-blown glass orbs during the scavenger hunt that starts April 1 you keep it.
No need to trespass as floats will be hidden in public areas, such as parks, beaches and waterways. They will not be hidden in sensitive areas such as wetlands, and they will be located within a few feet of main trails.
One float per person please, a BIMA news release says.
For details go to biartmuseum.org/treasure-trek.
Bainbridge: Fort Ward Park — 2241 Pleasant Beach Drive NE; Grand Forest East — 9594 Mandus Olson Road NE; Hawley Cove Park — 11001 NE Wing Point Way; Manzanita Park — 7644 NE Day Road W; Strawberry Hill Park — 7666 High School Road NE.
Bremerton: Chico Salmon Viewing Park — 3121 Chico Way NW; Kitsap County Fairgrounds Trails — Fairgrounds Road NW.
Hansville: Buck Lake County Park — 6959 NW Buck Lake Road.
Olalla: Anderson Point County Park — 8401 SE Millihanna Road.
Port Orchard: Howe Farm County Park — 1901 Long Lake Road SE; Long Lake County Park — 5100 Long Lake Road SE; South Kitsap Regional Park — 2729 Jackson Ave. SE.
Poulsbo: American Legion Park — 19265 Front St. NE; Fish Park — 288 NW Lindvig Way; Island Lake County Park — 1087 NW Island Lake Road; Nelson Park — 20296 3rd Ave. NW; Poulsbo Wilderness Trail — 18943 Caldart Ave. NE.
Seabeck: Guillemot Cove Trailhead — 19484 NW Stavis Bay Road.
Silverdale: Kitsap County Anderson Landing Park — 10955 Warren Road NW; Whispering Firs Stormwater Park — 12354 Silverdale Way NW.