Bay Farm Island Bridge Otis Dr & Fernside Blvd, Alameda, CA94501 This bridge connects the main island of Alameda to the Bay Farm section of the city. At almost 1000 feet in length, it…More is the longest draw bridge in the County. The Bay Farm Island Bicycle Bridge runs parallel the main bride. It is the only bicycle drawbridge in the country. No powered vehicles except wheelchairs are allowed on the bridge, which was built in the early 1990s largely with federal funds.
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.
North Bay Car Rental 2046 Alameda Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Located a few blocks from the Park St. Bridge and business district, North Bay Car Rental has a small selection of…More economy cars available for local and regional travel. Rentals can be arranged by phone. Renters must be at least 22 years old.
Towata Park is a hidden gem, where park visitors can relax, picnic or simply watch the sunset. Nestled at the foot of…More the Bay Farm Island Bridge, the park boasts views of San Francisco, Harbor Bay Isle, McAffee Coliseum, the Oakland hills and the South Bay. Park amenities include a water fountain, picnic tables and a small, shady lawn.
Lincoln Middle School 1250 Fernside Blvd, Alameda, CA94501 Located on the east end of Alameda, near the bridge to Bay Farm and with a view of the Oakland-Alameda Estuary, Alameda…More Unified School District's Lincoln Middle School is the largest of Alameda's middle schools, with nearly 1,000 students. As of the 2010-2011 school year, students from four elementary schools, Bay Farm, Earhart, Edison, and Otis, fed into Lincoln. In 2009, Lincoln scored 10 out of 10 on California's Academic Performance Index, and an 5 out of 10 on the similar school API.
Set alongside Harbor Bay Isle's main thoroughfare and a small man-made lagoon, Harbor Bay Landing Shopping Center is…More the cultural hub of the isle. With large chains like Safeway and CVS, as well as hometown favorites like La Pinata and LaVals, the Landing (as it is known by locals) has a variety of options, including grocery shopping, a gym, a cafe, a drugstore, a gas station, restaurants and company offices. In addition, the shopping center is adjacent to the popular Leydecker Park and the Bay Farm Island branch of the Alameda Free Library.
Just a short distance away from the Chuck Corica Golf Center, the Bay Farm Island Bridge, Oakland International Airport, the Harbor Bay Club and Amelia Earheart Elementary School, the Landing is really centrally located.