Amenities

For 150 years, Mare Island was a federally-owned facility, off-limits to the public. Today, thousands of people come to Mare Island to experience the island's unique history, open space waterfront scenery and recreational opportunities. Mare Island is also host to several yearly events, including the San Francisco Bay Flyway Festival.


San Francisco Bay Ferry Service

In March of 2017, the Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) began providing San Francisco Bay Ferry Service between Mare Island and the Vallejo Terminal. For more information regarding the schedule, fare, route and parking, visit http://sanfranciscobayferry.com.



Mare Island Golf Club

1800 Club Drive
Mare Island, CA 94592
(707) 562-4653
mareislandgolfclub.com

Established in 1892, the recently expanded Mare Island Golf Club offers a challenging 18-hole course featuring views of the San Francisco Bay. The course is open to the public and available for casual play or tournaments. The independently owned and operated facility also provides a superb location for meetings, banquets and special events throughout the year.



Mare Island Historic Park Foundation

1100 Railroad Ave
Vallejo, CA 94592
707-557-4646
mareislandhpf.org

The Mare Island Historic Park Foundation supports the preservation of Mare Island's history and historic resources. In addition, the Foundation provides tours and coordinates the rental of facilities for special events.


Mare Island Shoreline Heritage Preserve

mareislandpreserve.org/MareIslandPreserve

Located on the southern portion of Mare Island, the Mare Island Shoreline Heritage Preserve is 215 acres of open space with walking trails, diverse wildlife and breathtaking views. The park is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to one hour after sunset. For more information visit mareislandpreserve.org/MareIslandPreserve.



San Pablo Bay Trail

mareislandpreserve.org/MareIslandPreserve

The San Pablo Bay Trail is located on the western side of Mare Island and offers exquisite views of San Pablo Bay, Mt. Tamalpais, the East Bay hills, and the Sonoma and Napa Valleys. The 4-mile round-trip trail is flat and has benches and educational panels along the way. See the breathtaking sights and local wildlife like nowhere else on this amazing journey.