No, only service animals that are covered under the American with Disabilities Act can visit Angel Island.
Angel Island is open from 8 am until Sunset every day.
No, but there are campgrounds that can be reserved through www.ReserveCalifornia.com.
This is not recommended, as you will have to pay a private company to come pick you up.
Yes, we also sell one-way tickets just make sure you tell the crew so they can give you the correct price.
No, Angel Island only allows bicycles.
Yes, in Ayala Cove there are both picnic benches and grills. They are first come, first serve. You will need charcoal for the grills.
There are restrooms in Tiburon at the ferry terminal as well as right in Ayala Cove when you disembark from the ferry.
Due to COVID-19 we are operating with advanced bookings. You can book online from our website for ferry tickets. We do not accept Clipper Cards. If you arrive and try to purchase tickets at the gate, they will only be sold if there is space on board.
Most of the parking facilities in town accept cash or card.
We have a great parking map on our site here: https://angelislandferry.com/parking-information/
The perimeter road is paved and wheelchair accessible.
Please visit www.angelisland.com for information regarding these services.