San Francisco October 18, 2017
10 Things You Never Thought Of Doing In Treasure Island But Should
Don’t drive by or pass by Treasure Island. Treasure Island is an artificial island in San Francisco Bay. Check out this island in San Francisco that will more than surprise you.
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1. Learn about Treasure Island.
Learn about the ever mysterious and fascinating island. The island is less then 100 years old and holds many fascinating secrets. Visit the museum at
1 Ave Of The Palms, 94130
2. Enjoy some drinks on a beach.
Treasure Island actually has a beach with a view. This bar has lawn games, palm trees, and real sand. Check out Woods Island Club for drinks and fun at
422 Clipper Cove Way, 94130.
3. Bike on the island.
Treasure Island is not as hilly as the city and it is fun. Take the time to explore and catch the views of the city and the bay as well. A great place to rent bikes if you're curious is Tran's Bay Bike Shop on Treasure Island.
4. Go Paddle Boarding
Enjoy the Bay and the splendor at Treasure Island Sailing Center. This is a cool place to do some real fun stuff on the Bay quite close to the city and even Downtown San Francisco. Check out Treasure Island Sailing Center
698 California Avenue
5. Enjoy an overlooked winery.
Fat Grape Winery is not what you would expect from most wineries in the area. Enjoy some quality wine served in a former Navy prison. The winery is located at
1080 Avenue M.
6. Awesome Brunch Spot.
Aracely is happening brunch spot on Treasure Island. This restaurant is as hip and awesome as any city spot, but without the lines and fuss. Also, this place is known for great French toast. Yum!
401 13th Street, 94130
7. Go Fishing
Another quiet and overlooked spot to fish and chill on the Bay. If this interests then check out
Perimeter Road, 94130 for fishing.
8. Play Bocce Ball.
Vie Winery is a place for games as well. Enjoy the bocce ball court in full view of the bay. Check out this spot at
400 California Ave Bldg 448, 94130
9. Visit Clipper Cove
Another hidden gem on Treasure Island. You'll love the Enjoy this secret spot and make sure to sit on the sand and hang in the cove. Clipper Cove is at 267 Treasure Island Road.
10. Enjoy the stunning views.
Before you leave Treasure Island make sure to appreciate the awesome views. You'll catch wonderful and unique views of the skyline of Downtown San Francisco and the Bay Bridge.
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