Weather : 15° C - 33° C
Facilities : Recreational facilities
Pet-friendly : Yes
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Bay Farm Island is a district of the Californian city of Alameda. Regardless, the Island is isolated from the rest of the Alameda city region by a delta of San Leandro Bay. As the name denotes, this island was an isle farm earlier from the 20th century, which was primarily cultivated for producing asparagus. Due to this fact, the Island was also known as Asparagus Island. Further, huge oyster beds also flourished, that were dispensed to the restaurants of San Francisco. Bay Farm Island was transformed into a peninsula by a landfill project in the 1950s decade. It is now linked to Oakland city and its International Airport.
Over the years, Bay Farm Island became a citizenry, featuring diverse housing developments, several community parks, a series of ponds, and more. This island lets you enjoy the impressive views of the surrounding bay area and the Skyline of the San Francisco city. It also has its own conveyance terminal, which acts as an apt channel for translocation to San Francisco. Moreover, this place features recreational facilities such as a tennis & swimming complex, 36-hole Chuck Corica Golf Club, cycling tracks, a greenbelt park developed along the Island's border, and much more.