Cooper Point communities share a suburban feel, enriched by the privacy that comes from being surrounded by lush Pacific Northwest wilderness and wildlife. Many communities maintain private waterfront access that is essential to peninsula living, perfect for relaxing onshore or as a launch off point for kayaking the sound. The western portion of Cooper Point is home to Evergreen State College, a public liberal arts university. The southern border of Cooper Point is loosely encapsulated by Highway 101 and Capital Mall, which boasts over 100 shops, 10 restaurants, and a 14 screen movie theater.
There are endless recreational areas throughout the Cooper Point community. Yauger Park hosts sports for all ages year-round with four ballfields (three lighted) that convert to soccer fields in the winter, as well as an adjacent skate park. Grass Lake Nature Park sits at the headwaters of green cove creek, boasting 171 acres of wetlands with a loop trail for wildlife viewing. Also located on Cooper Point’s Butler Cove is the Olympia Country and Golf Club, which features an 18-hole golf course, clubhouse, and fitness center.
In Cooper Point, you won’t just find a home, you’ll find a place to connect, to the water, and to the community.