Camas, WA Homes For Sale Listings
Things Happening in Camas, WA
The iconic art deco style Liberty Theatre has been a local landmark since 1927, giving a fun photo opportunity for visitors and a unique atmosphere for movie goers.
Nearby, the recently renovated Camas Hotel stands as the oldest commercial building in Camas. It has stood in the heart of downtown Camas since 1911, providing a luxury boutique hotel experience for overnight stays and special events.
To serve the growing population of their city, Camas voters approved a bond to build three new schools: Lacamas Lake Elementary, Odyssey Middle School and Discovery High School.
In 2017, there were 10 new businesses added to Downtown Camas plus six business expansions/renovations. (Source: Downtown Camas Association)
Art abounds in Camas. Look for the 13 Bronze Birds representing actual native wildlife hidden around the city blocks. Keep your eyes open for the city art murals too.
Camas is known for its charming historic downtown with quaint, tree-lined streets and eclectic shops. From the Camas Farmers Market, antique boutiques and art galleries, it’s a great place to spend the day.
Camas Days is a greatly anticipated annual festival. Every year during the fourth weekend of July, Downtown Camas is overtaken by arts and craft vendors, a wine and brew garden, a food street, concerts in the park, two parades, a ducky derby, a softball tournament and bathtub races in front of City Hall.
Camas at a Glance
- Residents 21,393
- People per square mile 1,435
- Population increase (2010-2016) 15.4%
- Median age 39.3
- Veterans 1,344
- Foreign born 8.8%
- Households 7,264
- Persons per household 2.94
- Median gross rent $1,100
- Median home value $341,300
- High school or higher 95.1%
- Bachelor’s or higher 44%
- Median Household Income $95,350
- Mean commute time 25.7 minuntes
Parks and Recreation
- Parks 16
- Skate park 1
- Community center 1
- Parks with sports fields 9
- Parks with bike/nature trails 8
- Pre-K 4
- Elementary 6
- Middle 3
- High 2
- Alternative 1