Ruston Way is a favorite among locals for strolling along the waterfront. Gazing into the Puget Sound, you might see a Heron eating a fish, a seal bobbing, a scuba diver emerging from the water, a person on a Stand Up Paddle board gliding by, or a sailboat catching some wind.
Chambers Bay changed quite a bit over the last 200 years. Before becoming a world class golf course, it was a location for a paper mill, lumber companies, railroad center, sand and gravel mine, and a few other things. And now, it’s a popular location for locals to walk through the park and golf course.