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Arrow Point

Named for the many arrow points found there, Arrow Point’s protecting arm reaches out to form Manzanita Bay. This 3-mile side trip takes you to an Indian battle field.

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On the west shore of Bainbridge Island, this area was named by Albert H. Lord in 1906 when he platted the point into waterfront tracts, thanks to the many arrow points and other Indian artifacts found there. Visit Venice, named in 1908 for Venice, California and which once had a 780-foot dock, the longest on Puget Sound. Here you’ll find Battle Point, now a Kitsap County park, where the Kitsap...

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