Welcome to the Cape San Juan Homeowners Association web site (revised Oct. 18, 2017)
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The Neighborhood
The Cape San Juan neighborhood, located in the southeastern corner of San Juan Island, is surrounded by water and national park lands. Griffin Bay borders the north and west sides, Middle Channel off of Cattle Pass is on the east side and the Strait of Juan de Fuca is to the south. It is also within walking distance to American Camp, a National Historical Park with 1200 acres of walking trails, beaches, prairies and forested areas. Splendid vistas, saltwater shores, quiet woodlands and natural prairies are all part of American Camp, South and 4th of July beaches and Mt. Finlayson, as well as the Cape San Juan neighborhood itself.

The 129 acres in the Cape includes 154 lots and was first developed in the 1960's. Neighbors enjoy potlucks, activities and get-togethers year-round.
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Cape Pool

Cape owners and residents enjoy a large outdoor swimming pool that is heated throughout the summer and a community center that doubles as a firehall and houses two fire engines. A marina on Fish Creek, off of Griffin Bay, provides for approximately 40 boats of various sizes, including guest slips. There are also two picnic areas, one near the community center and one near the marina, several small greenbelt areas and a lovely community beach. Click on the "Cape Amenities" button to the left for more details.

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San Juan Island School district serves K through 12, as well as preschools, alternative and private schools. The district's elementary, middle and high schools continue to be highly rated and the high school is among the few public high schools in Washington to receive a distinguished Great Schools Rating of 10 out of 10. 

Click on the link below for more school district information.

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Map and Driving Directions

To get to Cape San Juan from the ferry (approximately 10 miles):
  - Drive up Spring Street (the main street through town) to Mullis Street.
  - Turn left on Mullis, which will turn into Cattle Point Road.
  - Continue driving south all the way through American Camp National Historic Park until it dead ends at the "Cape San Juan" sign. 

You have arrived!

Click here for San Juan Island Chamber of Commerce information:

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Cape Handbook
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