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Cope Park

Capital & Calhoun Streets, Juneau, AK
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Happened onto this park

Close to the Governor's Mansion, found ourselves in this nice small park. Going through some major... read more

Reviewed 29 August 2016
Kurt M
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El Dorado Hills, California
Hiking

Beautiful scenery. Some climbing. Absolutely worth the effort. Clear pools and roaring... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2016
KC-Thurber
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Mesa, Arizona
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  • Excellent16%
  • Very good40%
  • Average22%
  • Poor22%
  • Terrible0%
28 Aug 2016
“Happened onto this park”
23 Jul 2016
“Hiking”
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Capital & Calhoun Streets, Juneau, AK
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Reviewed 29 August 2016

Close to the Governor's Mansion, found ourselves in this nice small park. Going through some major upgrades - should before summer is over. Looks like it will be a good place for kids to play.

Thank Kurt M
Reviewed 24 July 2016

Beautiful scenery. Some climbing. Absolutely worth the effort. Clear pools and roaring waterfalls through the forest make for a photo and mind relaxing experience.

Thank KC-Thurber
Reviewed 25 June 2016

Went to Homestead Park on Douglas Island across from Juneau Alaska while on a city tour. It is a small park on 3rd street that gives a great view of the Harbor. We only stayed for 20 minutes as we were on a tour. Hiked...More

1  Thank BCRON
Reviewed 19 May 2016

Cope Park is pretty little local park within walking distance to the cruise ship docks, just a bit past the Governor's House, but unfortunately it is undergoing construction this summer (2016) and access may be limited.

Thank Traveling_Man_48_11
Reviewed 29 August 2015

Its not what it used to be. I do not recommend during the school season. Teenagers flock to the park to smoke and drink.

Thank dglsakgrl
Reviewed 17 August 2015

I was born and raised in Juneau and have been to this park many times over the years. It has some picnic tables under some evergreens, some swings, & large toys for kids to climb on. There is also a tennis court. It's near Gold...More

Thank wutzup907
Reviewed 3 December 2014

I love Gold Creek from here. You can just sit and enjoy or you can hike, play tennis or picnic. When I was a kid this was where the swimming pool was for swimming lessons...... brrrrr.

1  Thank Wendy N
Reviewed 4 November 2014

Cope Park at one time was an epicenter of activity, sports, and family oriented uses. Today well maintained within parameters. Trees have overgrown much of the area, leaving a dark algae on decomposing wood. Dark shadowy areas permit excessive use by indigents for partying, and...More

3  Thank Paul H
Reviewed 19 January 2014

We'd wanted to get out and get some exercise while in Juneau and decided to go check out the Cemetery Trail. We stumbled across this park as we headed back to Downtown. In fact, it was a black bear racing across the street that sort...More

2  Thank HauntJauntsGrl
Reviewed 28 February 2013

Kind of dark because its down in a ravine but it has a nice trail, tennis courts, a big very cold natural pool for cooling off in the summer, great to hear the rushing water as you stroll along

2  Thank savageporcupine
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