The beach at Chambers Creek Regional Park is dog-friendly and provides gorgeous scenic views of the beauty that Puget Sound has to offer.
Beach access is available through the "Bridge to the Beach" structure just west of Central Meadow. The pedestrian overpass runs over the railroad tracks and provides two beach access points to more than two miles of Puget Sound shoreline other than by boat.
Be aware of the "Three Ts." These rules apply to the beach at Chambers Creek Regional Park. Please see our full list of rules for more information.
Help keep your beach clean. Please pack out your trash and dispose of it in the receptacles provided.
Portions of this beach are unavailable at high tide. Remember to check the posted tidal charts to avoid being stranded.
Keep off the railroad tracks. Always use the pedestrian overpass to cross the tracks. Trains may approach without warning.
Do not disturb seal pups or sea lions. It is illegal to disturb or harass marine mammals. People and dogs should keep back 100 yards.
Seal pups need time ashore to rest. If you find a dead or stranded marine mammal please contact us so that we may report it to the Stranding Network. To report a dead or stranded marine mammal please call (253) 798-4141.
The area of the beach directly south of the overpass is an off-leash permitted area. Please remember to leash your pet if you are heading north of the stairs.