Spring is the perfect time to “Getaway Without Going Away” with a ride on the Angel Island Tiburon Ferry – now offering daily, round trip ferry service to Angel Island State Park, a spectacular venue for fun and adventure.
Spring is the symbolic time of rebirth. Re-invent yourself with a day trip getaway to Angel Island State Park for a magical outdoor experience on San Francisco Bay.
While there are practically a limitless number of reasons why you will want to visit Angel Island State Park, -here are my all-time Top 3 Reasons to experience Angel Island – “Jewel of San Francisco Bay:”
Reason #3: Outdoor Adventure - There is something very natural and freeing about being on an island surrounded by the deep blue waters of the beautiful San Francisco Bay.
From walking paths and biking & hiking trails, to the wildlife and secret beaches to discover, to Angel Island’s unique history and culture, you can literally “get lost” in nature’s beauty with a visit to Angel Island State Park anytime of year.
Angel Island Tiburon Ferry’s 2013 NEW Spring Ferry Schedule:
Weekends ~ Saturday and Sunday 10 AM – 4 PM HOULY out of Tiburon, CA.
Return ferries from Ayala Cove, Angel Island State Park to Tiburon, CA are at 10:20 AM – 4:20 PM HOURLY
Monday & Tuesday: 10 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m. (Additional runs may be scheduled)
Monday & Tuesday returns from Ayala Cove, Angel Island to Tiburon are at 10:20 a.m, 1:20 p.m., and 3:30 p.m.
Wednesday – Friday: 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m. with return ferries to Tiburon, CA at 10:20 a.m., 11:20 a.m., 1:20 p.m & 3:30 p.m.
For more visitor information and camping permits please visit AngelIsland.org.
Reason #2: “The Views” - Granted, there are lots of amazing vista points around the Bay Area to gaze at the spectacular sights our beautiful little corner of earth offers. Yet no view spot offers sights quite as mesmerizing as the top of Angel Island State Park’s Mt. Livermore.
You’ll want to have your camera ready because it is true…when you are on top of Angel Island “on a clear day you can see forever.”
In addition to the full on view of the San Francisco City Skyline pictured here, from Angel Island’s summit – Mount Livermore, you’ll get top of the world views of California icons such as the Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay Bridge, Mount Tamalpais, and neighboring Island – Alcatraz.
The views from Angel Island State Park’s beaches are also something to write home about. Imagine enjoying a delicious picnic while basking on a white sandy beach and gazing across the sunlit San Francisco Bay to feast your eyes on the sparkling San Francisco Skyline and the Golden Gate Bridge. With an enjoyable, moderate level hike to Camp Reynolds Beach or Pearls Beach located on Angel Island State Park – you too can have a beach picnic in paradise.
When you disembark from The Angel Island Tiburon Ferry, pick up a park map and head for the park visitor center where you can learn more about the highlights and historic spots to check out on Angel Island.
…And the #1 Reason to Visit Angel Island is: Getting There – with a Ride on The Angel Island Tiburon Ferry…
It’s true. People tell us all the time, the part they enjoy most about their visit to Angel Island is the ferry ride there with us.
Consider this extraordinarily scenic 10-minute ferry ride to Angel Island State Park out of Tiburon, CA your “getaway without going away.”
Whether you are a resident tourist or visitor to California, the magical views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the San Francisco Skyline, and the San Francisco Bay on the ferry ride to Angel Island State Park will revive your mind, body and spirit.
Looking forward to seeing you on-board ~ Captain Maggie
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