Cape residents are reminded to comply with all bylaws and posted rules to safely enjoy Cape amenities. Please accompany your guests and visitors. Thank you!
Cape San Juan Pool
The Cape swimming pool and facilities are located near the center of the neighborhood. The modern, in-ground heated pool is available to Cape residents and their guests approximately 100 days per year, from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Facilities include showers and dressing rooms. The pool contains sixty-five thousand gallons of water that is filtered, treated chemically, tested, and periodically inspected to ensure the highest quality.
The pool and parks volunteers have combined efforts and planted wonderful herb gardens at the pool! If you need some for cooking, feel welcome to stop by to help yourself to fresh herbs.
There is no lifeguard on duty at the Cape pool. Please follow the Pool rules to ensure the safety and enjoyment for all Cape San Juan residents and visitors.
To request a card key to the pool, contact the Cape Administrator.
Cape San Juan Community Beach
The beach is a composite of pebble and sand and is host to an assortment of marine animals, plants, and driftwood – a great place to stroll and daydream. Enjoy the beautiful views of Griffin Bay and Goose Island!
Please be aware of private property boundaries when enjoying the community beach and be sure to respect the privacy of beachfront residents.
The park areas are located in several intersections, near the marina, and even include a bench or two for weary walkers. An antique ship anchor, placed at the intersection of Cape and Island Drives, is a type used on sailing ships for hundreds of years. The anchor's history is unknown, but some recall hearing that it was lost from a sailing ship during a storm. Some early residents of Cape San Juan found the anchor in Fish Creek. With much effort, it was extracted from the mud and originally placed as a lawn ornament at one of the early homes. It is now the property of Cape San Juan and resides in “Anchor Park”.
Our community parks are "adopted" by Cape resident volunteers, who work year-round to maintain them. If you're interested in adopting a park, please contact the Cape Parks Director to find out how you can help.
Across from the anchor is a small park that is home to the Cape Message Board, where residents can stop and check out the latest information about meetings and events.