Angel Island State Park
Located atVisit WebsiteCategory: Family / Kids
900 N Point St.
San Francisco, CA 94109
San Francisco, CA 94109
Angel Island State ParkOne of the Bay Area's most precious natural gems and a wildlife preserve, Angel Island State Park is a recreational, cultural and historic landmark just a short ferry ride across the Bay from San Francisco and Tiburon. Angel Island State Park has over 13 miles of marked hiking trails and 8 miles of biking trails, as well as beautiful wildflowers, campsites and historic buildings. Hike up Mount Livermore and enjoy panoramic views of the San Francisco skyline, Marin Headlands, Mount Tamalpain, and the Bay. Angel Island SP also offers bike rentals, tram tours, a snack bar and two restaurants. Angel Island is an amazing place for hiking, biking, bird watching, picnicking and photography.
- 8:00am to sunset everyday.
- Blue & Gold Fleet, Pier 41 - $17 per Person.
- Angel Island Tiburon Ferry, Downtown Tiburon - $13.50 per Person.
- Live Music on Angel Island Summer 2012
- July 4th Celebration on Angel Island
- Civil War Days on Angel Island
- Viewing Exhibits
- Art Classes
Things to do in Angel Island State ParkAngel Island State Park offers a breathtaking landscape for hiking, biking, camping, wildlife viewing, bird watching and beachcombing. The Island has over 21 miles of scenic hiking and biking trails with a trail that leads to the summit of Mount Livermore. Some fun things to do on Angel Island are picnicking, tram tours, exploring historical sites, and dining at the two restaurants – Café Cove and Cove Cantina Oyster Bar.
Parking and FeesAngel Island is accessible by private boat or public ferry from San Francisco. Parking is available in downtown Tiburon for the Angel Island Tiburon Ferry and at Pier 41 for the Blue & Golf Ferry. The parking rate for the ferry is $15 for cars parked from six to 12 hours and lots accept cash only.
Q1: Does Angel Island allow dogs?A1: Angel Island prohibits dogs on the island, with the exception of service animals.
Q2: What are the camping policies at this park in San Francisco?A2: Angle Island offers 11 environmental campsites, and a kayak-accessible site, which holds up to 20 people. Be prepared to hike up to 2.5 miles, and encounter some hilly terrain. Camp sites feature tables, food-lockers, running water, pit-toilets, and a barbecue. Bring a stove or charcoal, as these are not available for purchase on the island. Wood fires are prohibited! Travel on the island after sunset is also prohibited in some areas. To reserve a campsite, call Reserve America at (800) 444-7275 or visit ReserveAmerica.com.
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