Williams-Olson Park is in an old homestead property that sits on a sloping bluff and includes a grassy lawn and access to the Manzanita Bay shoreline. This property was once a private home. The Pan-Abode house was deconstructed and materials were repurposed to build cabins at Fay Bainbridge Park. With 4.8 acres of upland property, approximately 8 acres of tideland, and 460 feet of shoreline access, this park is a beautiful spot for picnicking, playing, walking the beach, kayaking and enjoying the water view. Williams-Olson Park can also be accessed by the water via kayak or canoe. Now it’s time to plan and implement improvements at this gorgeous shoreline park. Your donation will make this happen!