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Kopachuck Middle School
10414 56th St NW, Gig Harbor, WA 98335
Kopachuck Middle School is located next to Voyager Elementary School. It is also across the street from the KopachuckMore State Park. As one of the four middle schools in the Peninsula School District, more than 600 students attend. Students at Kopachuck Middle School have a diverse variety of elective courses, including music, technology and Spanish. The Kopachuck Coyotes also excel in athletics, such as basketball, volleyball, track, soccer and wrestling. Among the 41 members of the staff, 20 of them have their master's degree, while two have their doctorate. Iva Scott is the principal.
Kopachuck State Park
11101 56th St NW, Gig Harbor, WA 98335
Kopachuck State Park is located in the western Gig Harbor peninsula. The name "Kopachuck" came from the Pacific CoastalMore Indians. "Kopa" means "at" and "chuck" means water. The park spreads across 109 acres of land, and its gravel shoreline spans for 5,600 feet. The park offers a view of Cutts Island from one part of the shore. The 2-mile trail is filled with plenty of luscious green plants and wildlife. Kopachuck State Park has 41 tent spaces and one ADA approved restroom for campers looking for peaceful escape from the city. Camping hours differs from the regular park hours. There is also a pay phone at the park.
Island View Market
7102 Ray Nash Dr NW, Gig Harbor, WA 98335
Island View Market has been in its same location near Raft Island and Kopachuck State Park for over 40 years. ForMore all these years ownership has changed a few times but the little store has always offered the same conveniences to local residents and out of town visitors. With a newly constructed dock customers are still able to come by land or sea.  The store's success has continued through the years because of a good understanding of customer service. Island View tries to keep at least one of anything you might need on the shelves and if they don't have it they'll be glad to call one of the other local stores and check if they do. 
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