I’d like to bring my class or a large group to Angel Island. What do I need to do?
Tours of the Immigration Station are led by park staff or volunteers and are approximately 1 hour in length. The site can accommodate 90 people (approximately 3 classes). School tour scheduling often depends on school and ferry schedules.
What should I bring when I visit?
There are restrooms, picnic benches and BBQs at the Angel Island Immigration Station Site. The weather on Angel Island can change quickly from warm and sunny to windy, cold, and foggy. We recommend dressing in layers including a jacket. You may want to pack a snack, lunch and drinks as there is no food service at the Immigration Station site.
Located at Ayala Cove, the Angel Island Company offers concessions including food and drinks, TramTours, Bike Rentals and the Cove Cafe. These operate seasonally. They are open weekends only in March, April, September (Thursday-Monday), October & until mid-November, and daily May through August. For more current information, please visit their web site: http://www.angelisland.com/
How can I dock my boat or camp on the Island?
To reserve a campsite call Reserve America at 1-800-444-PARK (1-800-444-7275). To reserve a picnic area for a large group call (800) 444-7275. There are 9 family campsite with an 8 person capacity, an ADA campsite (placard required upon arrival), and one group site with a capacity of 20 persons.
Private boats can use the boat slips or mooring buoys at Ayala Cove. Slips, 30′ to 50′, are open year round from 8 am to sunset and cost $15/day. Mooring fees are $30/night year round. Slips and buoys are on a first-come first-served basis.
For more camping and other State Parks information, call (415) 435-1915 or visit www.reservecalifornia.com