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Welcome to Cherokee Bay Community Club!
Cherokee Bay Community Club sits nestled on the rim of the Cascade foothills. We’re located 30 miles southeast of Seattle, located in the suburban City of Maple Valley, WA. We are a lakefront community with common areas supporting a clubhouse, beach with dock, events facility, tennis and basketball courts, a fenced playground, and a boat launch for your enjoyment.

Our neighborhood was established in the 1970s, and was once known as a popular resort community in the 1940s. We consist of approximately 865 homes with 9 miles of private roadways. We are fortunate to have and maintain our own unfluoridated water system. Cherokee Bay Community Club is within the Tahoma School District which is among the state’s top 10 percent, on average. Tahoma High School is a Class 4A school and is a member of the SPSL for sports and activities.

Centrally located, we have easy access to highways, restaurants, shops, banks, schools and daycare. We’re minutes away from three fire and safety facilities, two urgent care units, a regional law enforcement center, and we're close to two area hospitals. There are two local lakes in our area, and we’re within half a mile to both hiking and biking trails. Campgrounds are also available close by.

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