Angel Island State Park
Angel Island Immigration Station
Nicknamed the 'Ellis Island of the West,' Angel Island's early 20th-century US Immigration Station is a 1.5-mile walk or bike ride from...
Railroad & Ferry Depot Museum
Formerly the terminus for a 3000-person ferry to San Francisco and a railroad that once reached north to Ukiah, this late-19th-century...
Angel Island Café
Casual snack bar near the Angel Island ferry dock sells 'notorious' nachos, salads, sandwiches and ice cream.
Angel Island State Park information
Rising from the middle of San Francisco Bay, Angel Island has served as a military base, immigration station, WWII Japanese internment camp and Nike missile site, leaving it some interesting and thought-provoking forts and bunkers to explore. Spread out a picnic in a protected cove overlooking the close but distant urban grid, or explore this domed beauty on foot or bicycle.