Whether shopping, dining or relaxing with a latte around the fountain or fire pit, Cooper Creek Square is the place to be. Friends and family gather at the end of a ski day or an afternoon off from the mountain to enjoy the relaxing atmosphere and friendly faces at Cooper Creek.

There is something happening every season at Cooper Creek, from family fun events to live music. Along with events, you will find many other fun things to do for the whole family, including ice skating, extensive flower gardens, courtyard fountain and a playground filled with climbing boulders and more.

Come check out why Cooper Creek is the place to be.

Fire Pit


Grab a latte or hot chocolate with friends and family and warm up by the fire pit after an afternoon of shopping.

Ice Skating


Need a ski break? Ice skating is a great winter sport to enjoy with family and friends. The rink is conveniently located next to the covered parking garage and skate rentals are available from Christy Sports. After skating, enjoy a latte or hot chocolate from Mountain Grind and warm up by the fire pit.

Outdoor Playground


Cooper Creek Square is happy to announce the installation of Rockwerx Outdoor Playground Boulders and the Sidewinder. Kids of all ages will find something to keep them entertained and challenged.

The Fountain


Cooper Creek Square is the place to be and the center of all that is happening. So grab a latte or bite to eat and enjoy the view at Cooper Creek Square.

The Gardens at Cooper Creek Square


Exploring our gardens is like heading out on a treasure hunt, with most varieties of perennials and some annuals labeled somewhere in the gardens.

Our gardener, Melinda McWilliams, is a retired landscape architect from the U.S. Forest Service, a certified master gardener, the former town gardener for the Town of Winter Park (2003-2007) and has been the Cooper Creek gardener since 2008. She loves to share her knowledge and passion for gardening, so when you see her working, feel free to ask questions.

Enjoy your time exploring the gardens at Cooper Creek Square.

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