Many organizations provide services or support for our region's
waterfront. Here is a sample:
The Bay Trail
Learn more about the Bay Trail Plan and its implementation progress at the
Bay Trail website.
Save the Bay
Learn more protection and restoration of San Francisco Bay and its
watersheds at the Save the Bay website.
San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development
about the commission's vital role in protecting public access to our bay
and visit its digital library at the
San Francisco Estuary Institute
Learn more about ecosystem, pollution, watershed and wetlands
restoration issues at the San
Francisco Estuary Institute website.
of Oakland Parks and Recreation
Follow the Measure DD links at the
Measure DD website.
Discover the free tours of downtown Oakland, Lake Merritt,
and the Jack London Waterfront at the
Walking Tours website.
Oakland Museum Guide to Bay Area Creeks
Follow the East-bay and Oakland links at the
Oakland Museum Creek
and Watershed Information website.
Jack London Aquatic Center
Learn about the youth-oriented programs for education, recreation,
and sport at the Jack London Aquatic
Learn about the presidential yacht, including history, tours, and
cruises at the Potomac Association
Lighthouse Society (Lightship Relief)
Learn about the ship's history and tour opportunities at the
The Lake Merritt Institute
Learn more about Lake restoration, maintenance, and enhancement at the
Lake Merritt Institute
Port of Oakland
more about Oakland's port, its history, public services, maritime
systems, economic significance, and environmental programs at the
Port of Oakland website.
for Eastshore State Park
Learn how CESP has worked to create public access and create a State
shoreline park just north of Oakland at the
Gate Audubon Society
Learn about our local Audubon Society's programs for conservation and
environmental education at the
GG Audubon Society website.
San Francisco Bay Area Water Transit Authority
about water transit on our bay at the
Water Transit Authority website
about our bay events and culture, as well as environmental and maritime issues at the
Bay Crossings Website.