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I love the time they placed into telling you the history of what took place here. It's also a beautiful park and the best beginning or end to a walk along the waterfront. I always park across the street and walk down to Point Ruston...More
This is a nice place to go walk take in the views and just all around place to review the Chinese local story and background. Bad side homeless using the building to dump there trash and store their personal cleaning items. Leaving trash in and...More
If you head down Ruston way, be sure to take a quick stop at this park. It is easily accessible with plenty of parking. It has great views of the waterfront. It is calm and peaceful, with a few benches and small beach areas to...More
This is a peaceful park to walk through and enjoy the beautiful views of the bay and port area, while contemplating a painful part of our history. It is nice to see us face up to the reality of what was done to the Chinese...More
A very peaceful and informative (and small) park. It is well designed so you have to walk around to read the whole story about the Chinese being expelled from Tacoma in 1885. It seems to be a great place for wedding pictures for couples from...More
Tricky to get to because we had to turn off Ruston Way abruptly after we saw the sign. No fee, some parking available, also paddle boards for rent. Interesting pavilion and rock sculptures, and important history behind the park. Sad that it was vandalized.
This is a very pretty area to visit but not peaceful. From the time we showed up to the time we left there was a group of people in the parking lot who looked like "gang bangers" or "welfare/ drug dealer types." They were drinking...More
Walked past this park on the waterfront -- it offered a nice, calm place to reflect and enjoy quiet sounds while watching the river traffic. It marks a dark period in US history -- to make amends for the expulsion of Chinese immigrants from Tacoma...More