East Bay Public Plaza

A community open space with a reclaimed water stream

The plaza is an urban open space with unique features and amenities in the heart of the East Bay district. The plaza features a wading stream and a demonstration wetland, both fed by Class A Reclaimed Water. The stream is the first reclaimed water feature in the state officially approved for play. The plaza also features artwork, interpretive elements, benches, restrooms, and a small stage.

The plaza is located at 325 Marine Drive in Olympia, Washington. It is open year-round from dawn to dusk. The splashing stream and restrooms are open seasonally.

The East Bay Plaza is owned and operated by LOTT. It was designed and built as a result of a working partnership between the City of Olympia, LOTT, Hands On Children's Museum, and the Port of Olympia to provide public benefits and revitalize the East Bay area.

Explore the East Bay Public Plaza (PDF)