Transportation to Angel Island

Rich with family-friendly hiking trails and spectacular views of the Bay Area, Angel Island is perfect for a nearby escape from the city. Hiking, biking, camping, and tours… And don’t miss the immigration museum for a fascinating look at history.

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Things to Do in Angel Island

By the Blue and Gold Fleet
San Francisco Stop: Pier 41
Duration: 15 minutes
Cost: $8.50/$17 (adult weekdays/weekends), $6.25/$9.50 (children and seniors weekdays/weekends)

By the Angel Island Ferry
Those visiting Tiburon can take the ferry direct to Angel Island
Duration: 10 minutes
Cost: $13.50 (adults); $11.50 (ages 6 – 12) ; $3.50  (ages 3 – 5)
Notes: Bicycles are allowed ($1 fee per bike). Tickets include park admission fee.

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A twenty-something Colorado native, Alison Kjeldgaard is an aspiring editor, avid reader, and obsessed tango dancer. She lived in Los Angeles for four years where she enjoyed running and lounging on the beach. She graduated in 2009 from Occidental College with two journalism internships under her belt, an English Literature degree, and a national economic crisis. Despite this, Alison has paid the bills working odd jobs and taking every chance she can to travel. So far, she has been to Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, the Czech Republic, Austria, Costa Rica, and Argentina. Alison recently moved to San Francisco from Denver, and is a freelance writer with a love of hiking, biking, caving and gold panning. Check out her magazine at