Captain Maggie’s Father’s Day 2013 Special: The 1st 100 Dad’s on-board receive a FREE Sunset Cruise ticket to use this season!
Treat the special Dad in your life to some serious R&R with a fun family picnic or BBQ on Angel Island State Park this weekend.
The Bay Area’s best view spots can be found on Angel Island – from it’s secluded beaches, to the Island’s summit – Mt. Livermore where you will experience top of the world views of San Francisco city skyline and Bay Area bridges such as the Golden Gate Bridge. If Dad enjoys hiking, taking him on a hike to Angel Island’s Mt. Livermore may be an especially rewarding activity for the family to do together.
There are BBQ grills set up for public use at Ayala Cove, as well as at the beach near Camp Reynolds – just a short hike from the ferry dock. (BYO charcoal and food),
Whether you decide to pack a picnic basket full of Dad’s favorite fare, enjoy a bite at the Angel Island Cafe & Cantina, or bring along a cooler with all the fixins for a grand Father’s Day BBQ – Angel Island State Park offers the most spectacular party venue with some of the best sight seeing the Bay Area has to offer.
Angel Island Tiburon Ferry Schedule: Angel Island Tiburon Ferry makes trips to Angel Island between 10 AM and 5 PM on the hour on weekends & holidays. Return trips to the Tiburon Ferry dock run 20 minutes past the hour with the last return trip from Angel Island at 5:20 PM on weekends & holidays. Click here for weekday Tiburon Ferry Schedule
Father’s Day Weekend Sunset Cruises: Create memories Dad will remember forever by planning a Sunset Cruise Getaway this weekend. Pack a picnic dinner and Dad’s favorite bottle of wine or beverage (full bar and snacks also available on board) and enjoy a Sunset Cruise on the Angel Island Tiburon Ferry which runs Friday and Saturday evenings from 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. now through mid-October.
For current ferry schedules, more information on Angel Island State Park, and our Sunset Cruises please visit: AngelIslandFerry.com
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