San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge 1751 Grand St, Alameda, CA94501 The San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge maintains an educational center local to Alameda. Visitors can interact…More with ecological environments in order to learn about wildlife, land preservation, waste water treatment and water usage.
Bay Farm Shoreline Park and Trail Veterans Ct & Island Dr, Alameda, CA94502 A thin "green belt" stretching from the foot of the Bay Farm Island Bridge along the northwestern shore of Bay Farm…More Island, this park is perfect for jogging, walking or simply enjoying the sun and views. The Bay Trail follows the paths of the park and has alcoves with benches, play structures and sand pits, public restrooms, sculptures, and lawns. Shoreline Park promises great views of the San Francisco skyline, the southeastern shore of Alameda, the San Leandro Channel, McAffee Coliseum, Towata Park, the Oakland Hills and Crown Memorial State Beach. The Bay Trail also connects with the Harbor Bay Ferry Terminal, with service to San Francisco's Pier 39 and Oakland's Jack London Square.
Argosy University-San Francisco Bay Area 1005 Atlantic Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Located in the the Marina Village Business Park near the Webster-Posey Tub, Alameda's Argosy University-San…More Francisco Bay Area, is a for-profit university with 19 locations in 12 states. Students have the option to take courses either online or in the classroom. Degree programs include psychology, business, education, criminal justice and liberal arts. Students can earn certificates, doctoral, master's and bachelor's degrees.
SFX Preferred Resorts 1900 Harbor Bay Pkwy, Alameda, CA94502 The San Francisco Exchange Company offers exchange services to owners of timeshares. The company's specialists work with…More multiple exchange networks to allow clients a broader range of timeshare options. The office is located in the Harbor Bay Business Complex, along the southwestern edge of Bay Farm Island.
Ballena Bay Yacht Club 1150 Ballena Blvd Ste 161, Alameda, CA94501 This nonprofit organization has 180 members who arrange social events and educational activities for yacht owners. Other…More services include a monthly newsletter and Saturday night dinners. It also sells logo apparel, including towels, hats, jackets, sweaters and scarves. The club is at the Ballena Isle Marina overlooking the San Francisco Bay.
Alameda Point Ferry Terminal 2990 Main St, Alameda, CA94501 With daily service to Jack London Square, Angel Island and Pier 39 in San Francisco, Alameda Point Ferry Terminal is a…More gateway to many of the Bay Area's most exciting tourist destinations and locations. From the terminal, there are great views of the San Francisco skyline, downtown Oakland and the Port of Oakland. The terminal is sheltered from wind and weather, and has a convenient free lot, bike racks, public restrooms, newspaper stands and a map of ferry fares, routes and schedules.