Bainbridge Island’s newest type of transportation is called the Bi-Ride operating on two routes starting from the ferry terminal– and the best thing: it is only $2! The North Loop bus takes you through downtown Winslow, the Bloedel Reserve - a 150 acres wildlife sanctuary and anterior estate with a Japanese Garden, a rhododendron glen and a wide garden with native plants and famous Northwest evergreens – and to the popular frog rock. Another stop is at Fay Bainbridge Park, a 17-acre park with camping, boating, fishing facilities and a great view of Seattle, the Puget Sound and the Cascade Mountains. The last stop is the Rolling Bay Neighborhood Service Center that features a nursery, gift shop, bakery and coffee shop. The South Loop brings you past Coppertop, a distillery, brewery, winery and café, followed by Bainbridge Gardens nursery and garden center, the grand forest and Battle Point Park that offers picnic areas, a playground and a running track. Additional stops include the Island Center, Pleasant Beach Village and Fort Ward Park, the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial and Downtown Winslow Way.