Alaska is filled with active community parks and Cope Park is a part of that collection. It is located between Capital and Calhoun Streets in Juneau and features a variety of activities for children, adults, families to share. There are large climbing structures, a swingset, tot swings for the little kids, a baseball field, and tennis courts. Paths around the park are great for taking a stroll and letting the kids explore a bit of nature. The park also features two grills and picnic tables, which are great for summertime get together and cookouts. Shelters are located near the grills and tables, and do not need to be reserved during the fall and winter months. During the summer, the facilities can be reserved by contacting Juneau's Parks and Recreation department, in person or by fax. Restrooms are available in season but are closed during the fall and winter, and electriciy and water supplies are also shut down. However, there is a port-a-potty open year-round. The park features a beautiful waterfalls which is a popular destination for local and visiting photographers. Nearby are several dining choices including the Heritage Coffee Co. and Cafe, the Sandpiper Cafe, and Tracy's Crab Shack.