A number of facilities are accessible, but the island is extremely hilly. For persons with limited mobility who may need assistance, advance notice is strongly recommended. Call the park main line at (415) 435-5390 or the Cove Café at (415) 435-3392.
Angel Island State Park offers opportunities to hike, bike, or take a narrated tram tour around a historic island with structures dating from the Civil War through World War II. Panoramic views of the Bay Area are without equal. Access to the Island is by private boat or public ferry from San Francisco, Tiburon or Vallejo. Ferry information is at (415) 435-2131 or online at www.angelislandferry.com.
For information on all other ferries contact www.blueandgoldfleet.com.
The Ayala Cove Visitor Center is open daily, but all other structures are open more often during summers and on weekends, subject to volunteer availability. The United States Immigration Station is open for reserveable guided tours Wednesday through Sundays. The site is fully accessible with the use of ramps, chair lifts and elevator. Park staff and volunteers provide interpretive programs and conduct tours. For tour schedules and reservations call (415) 435-5537.