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‘Get your Spring on’ with a wildflower hike on Angel Island State Park

Angel Island Ferry invites you to experience the amazing wildflowers on Angel Island State Park.

Angel Island Ferry invites you to experience the amazing wildflowers on Angel Island State Park.

The time has never been better to explore the natural beauty on Angel Island State Park.

Captain Maggie McDonogh & Crew invite you to “Get Your Spring On” with an Angel Island Ferry ride out of Tiburon, California, to enjoy the amazing sights Mother Nature has waiting for you on a wildflower hike on Angel Island State Park.

View from Angel Island’s Peak ~ Mt. Livermore

Take a hike to the top of Angel Island’s Mt. Livermore for expansive views of the San Francisco skyline, Golden Gate Bridge, Bay Bridge…and numerous iconic San Francisco Bay landmarks.

Click here for Angel Island – Tiburon Ferry’s current Ferry Schedule.

On Angel Island, the views and wildflowers are amazing. Photo by Captain Maggie McDonogh

On Angel Island, the views and wildflowers are amazing. Photo by Captain Maggie McDonogh

Pack a picnic, or pre-order a delicious Box Lunch from the Angel Island Cafe so it will be ready for pick up for you to enjoy during your hike.

Captain Maggie also suggests travelers pick up a map of Angel Island at the Visitors Center in Ayala Cove.  It’s also a good idea to pack along:

  • Sunscreen

  • Wide brimmed hat

  • Extra water & healthy snacks

  • Spending money for souvenirs

Dressing in layers is recommended as the weather can change from comfortably cool to warm or cold at any given point on San Francisco Bay.

Take in the views on Angel Island. Photo by Captain Maggie McDonogh

Take in the spectacular views on Angel Island. Photo by Captain Maggie McDonogh

Take a ride with us

This is the perfect time to “Get Your Spring On” with a wildflower hike on Angel Island State Park ~ Captain Maggie McDonogh

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