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Treasure Isle Marina is located in Clipper Cove on Treasure Island, in the San Francisco Bay. Treasure Island—a historical staple to the city, and a manmade island—is known best for its annual music festival, the one and only Treasure Island Flea, its rich military history, wine tasting, and the very best view of the San Francisco skyline around. A quick bus ride or drive from the city, and through Yerba Buena Island, it’s worth the time to take your camera and get the best pictures possible of beautiful city of San Francisco.
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Are you new to the area or are you visiting and looking for something to do? See below for a small list of our suggestions for some great things to do during your visit!
Things To Do
- Visit the Treasure Island Museum
- Treasure Island was built back in the late 1930s for the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition. Many buildings on the island are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Treasure Island was also home a historical Naval Station for nearly 50 years. Learn more at the Treasure Island Museum.
- Take a Winery Tour
- Known as “the forefront of San Francisco’s urban winery movement” be sure to check out the wineries around the island while you’re visting.
- Enjoy the Best Music Festival Around
- Although the festival is relocating in 2017, it will be back in full force in 2018! Treasure Island has been host of this highly anticipated annual event. Click the link to check for updates on next year’s event!
- Support Local at the Treasure Island Flea
- Open the last weekend of the month, the Treasure Island Flea is a Bay Area hallmark and Northern California’s largest monthly gathering of artists, collectors, designers, crafters and food trucks!
- Drink Wine in a Submarine?
- You heard right; on Treasure Island you can visit the Sottomarino Winery, located in a retired military training submarine. If you’re going to go wine tasting, why not do it in a living piece of history and learn a bit about the World War II era.