Fisher's Creek is a neighborhood in Vancouver, Washington with a population of 2,183. Fisher's Creek is in Clark County and is one of the best places to live in Washington. Living in Fisher's Creek offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Fisher's Creek there are a lot of parks. Many families live in Fisher's Creek and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Fisher's Creek are highly rated.
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There are quite a few trails in the area, most notable the Heritage trail and Round Lake Loop. These are great for enjoying a walk/jog/run in the outdoors. Lacamas Swim and Sport is the main gym in Camas. Quite a lot of people are members here, but some others also go to Cascade, which is in Vancouver. Overall, I have noticed that many do exercise, whether during sports/teams, morning/evening runs, or heading to the gym. Healthy food choices are abundant, even in fast food chains/restaurants, such as tropical smoothie cafe. There is a nearby hospital in Vancouver, WA, which is very convenient. Overall, a great place to be to stay physically active and healthy.
Housing here is pretty abundant, and more houses are also being built. Most houses are two stories and are afforadable for average-income families (my family is even low income, and we have a great, two-story house. I think I have only seen three abandoned houses/buildings, but that's about it. The city is good at taking care of the property, as they have been removed.
We rarely get any severe weather. The most severe weather we do get is maybe an inch of snow tops or ice roads, which results in a late start for school or no school at all (crazy because its not even that bad!). We rarely get any landslides or severe thunderstorms. Either might have happened maybe two or three times in the past 10 years. the worst drought we have ever had was a couple years ago, which lasted about three months, but it wasn't terribly awful compared to other places around the world.