Get on on board Angel Island Ferry Labor Day Weekend for a BBQ picnic in paradise!
Captain Maggie & Crew invite you to hop on hourly 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Labor Day Weekend including Monday, Sept. 2, 2019, to celebrate with a BBQ or picnic on Angel Island State Park.
Kick off all the Labor Day family fun with a scenic 10-minute Angel Island – Tiburon Ferry on San Francisco Bay.
Plan a Labor Day picnic…in paradise
Angel Island State Park offers free use of BBQ grills on a first come, first serve basis in Ayala Cove (BYO charcoal), as well as provides plenty of picnic venues including Angel Island’s “secret” white sandy beaches in the middle of San Francisco Bay.
Captain Maggie Travel Tip: Pack a delicious picnic with your favorite finger foods, fruit…and an assortment of fresh, local Cowgirl Creamery cheese – like Red Hawk – a seasonal Summer favorite, and Mt. Tam, Cowgirl Creamery’s most popular cheese – named after Northern California’s famous landmark, Mt. Tamalpais.
“Savor the lazy days of summer with an Angel Island day-trip Labor Day Weekend to enjoy quality family time…and a bit of ‘magic’ on Angel Island State Park”. ~ Captain Maggie
Enjoy outdoor fun, free live music & more
Angel Island offers a free live music venue on the Angel Island Cove Cantina Deck during the Summer through the end of September.
PLUS – Enjoy Hog Island Oysters, Lagunitas Brews and FREE live music at Angel Island’s Cantina Deck.
For information on Angel Island Cafe & Cantina’s dining options and Free Live Music Series click here.
Angel Island State Park offers hiking and biking trails for all fitness levels.
you can either bring your own bicycles for just $1.00 Ferry or rent bikes on the island with Angel Island Company.
Enjoy $4.00 & $5.00 ALL DAY PARKING in Tiburon, California! Downtown Tiburon is known for it’s convenient “walk everywhere” location and scenic waterfront destionation. And now there’s no reason not to stay the day with Tiburon’s reasonable, centrally located parking options. Click here for for more info. on parking.
Captain Maggie Travel Tip: Stop by the Angel Island Visitors Center when you get off the ferry to pick up a Map of Angel Island State Park.