Treasure Island

Island, Scenic Lookout, Neighborhood
San Francisco, CA 94130
(415) 274-0660

Tips

  • On the side of the road there is a great spot to view San Francisco, the Bay Bridge and Alcatraz. There is also a railing that you can use to steady the camera. This is a Panoramic Stitch opportunity.
  • SF Weeklys Best Of 2011 Winner Editorial Pick BEST MUSIC FESTIVALOutside Lands is bigger & Hardly Strictly Bluegrass is free. But Treasure Island Music Festival is uniquely, & romantically SF
  • It happens a lot too often so you always need to have a flashlight!
  • Impress friends by telling them that this is really two islands -- treasure island, which is man-made and Buena Vista, which is a natural geographic island
  • don't forget to bring plenty of booze since they don't sell any on the island
  • Great place to take photos of SF!
  • go out there at night and peep the view of the city... it's a perspective you don't usually see, and it's lovely.
  • The view of San Francisco from here on a clear night is spectacular!
  • This 365-acre piece of man-made land is home to four wineries and a fifth that is expected to open soon.
  • Old Worlds Fair venue in 1939! Buildings still have glory. Great place to check out the new span if the Bay Bridge!
  • At home on an island
  • Explore! There's a lot to see & do on Treasure Island. Like a 270 degree walk around the perimeter, TI Wines, the YMCA gym, Clipper Cove, old Admirals housing, abandoned Naval buildings & YBI hikes...
  • Go to treasure island on a clear night. Some of the best city views and at sea level. Beautiful.
  • Wonderful view of SF
  • Good place for photo shooting.
  • Great views of SF, the bay bridge & the new Bay Bridge main span tower
  • Don't miss out on the silent disco!
  • Take the 108 bus from Transbay Terminal to Treasure Island & capture some truly stunning views of SF. Don't forget to bring your camera!
  • Really cold after dark.
  • Don't eat the yellow snow

Nearby places

Avenue of the Palms
100 Christmas Tree Point Rd (at Twin Peaks Blvd)
333 Post St (btwn Powell & Stockton St)