Treasure and Yerba Buena Islands, often referred to collectively as "former Naval Station Treasure Island" or "Treasure Island", are home to approximately 1,800 San Francisco residents as well as commercial tenants, restaurants, a grocery store and market, schools, community-serving organizations, a marina, event venues, sporting clubs and athletic leagues.
No longer an active Naval installation, the Islands are open for public use and recreation. TIDA encourages Bay Area residents and visitors alike to take advantage of all the Islands have to offer while respecting the Island's residents, community and natural areas.
Certain appropriately marked areas of the Islands remain off-limits to the public due to access limitations, CalTrans and SFCTA construction activity, and on-going U.S. Navy environmental analysis activity.
Click here to see Treasure Island featured on KVIE Sacramento's "Rob on the Road".
Bliss Dance page image courtesy of Scott Hess. www.ScottHessPhoto.com
"Rob on the Road" image courtesy of KVIE Sacramento Public Television. www.KVIE.org