Yerba Buena Island is a short hop halfway across the bridge to Oakland. If you’re carless, take a cab and ask to go to Yerba Buena Island, but they may not know it by that name because it’s known more for the now closed navy base, Treasure Island. The island is divided by the tunnel that connects the two sections of the Bay Bridge; so getting to the spot where this photo was taken can be a little tricky, but if you enjoy exploring, remember, it’s a tiny island and it’s difficult to get lost. You can take the off ramp to Treasure Island, but watch for signs on the right (before going down the hill to Treasure Island) to Yerba Buena Island. Hint: it seems like there is only one main island, but each half has different names. Confusing, I know, but fake it, just go and take your camera. In order to get this shot, you’ll have to park and get out of the car and c a r e f u l l y walk up the road until you see this view. It’s a little mezmerizing; so take your time and soak it all up before you head back.
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RandySFOHi there! I'm Randy Schroeder, AKA RandySFO and I hope you enjoy some of the exciting adventures I've added to my site, just for people like you - people looking for something out of the ordinary, something interesting and unique. After living here since the mid 90's, I've combed through some of the most interesting things to do here in beautiful San Francisco and narrowed down my favorites here in my site. My goal is to help you find unique and interesting ways to spend your valuable time here, with the focus on things you might not otherwise find on your own. I hope to help make your trip more interesting, easier, and memorable. Have fun! RandySFO