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Angel Island to host “Gateway to the Pacific” Living History Event

Angel Island State Park will host “Gateway to the Pacific” – A living history event, on Saturday and Sunday, October 26 and 27, from 11:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. at Camp Reynolds. The event highlights Angel Island and its role in the Spanish-American and Philippine-American Wars of 1899-1902.

Re-enactors will interpret the lives of soldiers and civilians of the time. Park interpreters and docents will be on hand to discuss details of the war, exhibit period equipment and weapons, and demonstrate original hand-crank sewing machines and other home crafts of the era spotlighting civilian life back at home.

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Getaway with an Angel Island Ferry Sunset Cruise this weekend

An all-time favorite with locals and tourists alike – Angel Island Tiburon Ferry’s Sunset Cruises run every Friday & Saturday evening from 6:30 to 8 PM now through Saturday, October 12, 2013.

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Angel Island is #1 Bay Area Day Trip for National Family Fun Month

We know how it is. You’ve worked hard all week and are ready to take break. This weekend is the perfect time for you to get out of town to relax and enjoy the sights with a ferry ride on The Angel Island Tiburon Ferry.

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Angel Island Tiburon Ferry receives Marin Magazine Editor's Choice Award

The 2013 Marin Magazine’s Editor’s Choice Award follows Captain Maggie McDonogh and the Angel Island Tiburon Ferry crew receiving The American Red Cross Life Saving Organization Hero Award, and Bank of Marin’s 2012 Business of the Year distinction. In addition, Captain Maggie McDonough was named 2012 Business Women of The Year by NorthBay Business Journal. Angel Island Tiburon Ferry has also been acknowledged as one of California’s “top 8 ferry trips” by Sunset Magazine, and a 1-Tank Day Trip by CBS 5.

“We appreciate Marin Magazine’s acknowledgement as one of Marin’s ‘local attractions,’ offers Maggie McDonogh, Captain of Angel Island Tiburon Ferry, “my dad, the late Milton McDonough started the Angel Island Tiburon Ferry Company back in 1959, and we have proudly been servicing the community with ferry service to Angel Island State Park ever since.”

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Capture California adventure with day trip to Angel Island

Ready for an Angel Island Adventure? Play Capture California – The Outdoor Social Media Game created by California State Parks. Discover a plethora of fun adventures to explore with friends and family, rack up points for your “team” for a chance to win great prizes.

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Treat Dad to a BBQ Picnic in Paradise with Angel Island Ferry

This Father’s Day – treat the special Dad in your life to a fun family picnic or BBQ on Angel Island State Park. Feast your eyes on the Bay Area’s best views from Angel Island State Park’s secluded beaches…to the Island’s summit – Mt. Livermore where you will experience top of the world views of the San Francisco city skyline and Bay Area bridges such as the Golden Gate, Oakland Bridge, and San Rafael Richmond Bridge.

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Plan a Spring Fling in Paradise with Angel Island Ferry

“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.

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Tiburon Offers Unique Bay Area Getaway

The perfect Bay Area day trip awaits in Tiburon, CA – a charming bayside getaway offering cozy waterside cafes and restaurants, fabulous shopping, and unparalleled views of the San Francisco skyline, Angel Island State Park, and the Golden Gate Bridge.

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Discover Paradise with Angel Island Ferry.

Looking for a little adventure? Perhaps a romantic getaway is calling your name…well this is the perfect weekend to get out of town (without going away) with a ride on The Angel Island Tiburon Ferry to Angel Island State Park.

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"Holidays on the Home Front" Experience on Angel Island This Weekend.

Fort McDowell on Angel Island State Park was a holiday respite for thousand of military men, women, and their families during wartime.

Angel Island State Park invites you to step in time on November 10th & 11th from 11 – 3 pm to enjoy a holiday experience like you’ve never had before. Check out the poster on the left for details, and get there with a ride on the Angel Island Tiburon Ferry.

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