|View of Golden Gate Bridge from Camp Reynolds on Angel Island, San Francisco Bay|
|Ferry to Angel Island--about a mile from Tiburon and three miles from San Francisco.|
|Angel Island. At 1.2 square miles Angel Island is the largest island in San Francisco Bay.|
|Historic plaque near the picnic area and visitor center at Ayala Cove. Headquarters of the park are also housed in the old U.S. Public Health Service Building.|
|A young mule deer stopped by, seemingly unafraid, as we ate our picnic lunch.|
|From 1910 to 1940 hundreds of thousands of immigrants, mostly from China, were processed at the Angel Island Immigration Station. We did not have time on this trip to go to the Immigration Station but plan to do so on another visit.|
|Fresnel lens on display at the Visitor Center; a photo of the Point Knox Lighthouse is behind it|
|The barracks of Camp Reynolds, the West Garrison of Fort McDowell|
Facilities on Angel Island include a cafe, tram tours, and Segway and kayak rentals. For more information about Angel Island and links to ferry schedules, click HERE.
For more about the history of the island and activities, go to the Angel Island Conservancy site.