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. A historic Pan-Abode house that came with public purchase 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 just enjoying the water view looking north across the bay. Williams-Olson Park can also be accessed by the water via kayak or canoe. Park improvements are planned, and your donation will make them happen!