Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Alameda, CA
The city of Alameda in Alameda County, CA was once known for being home to the popular tourist attraction Neptune Beach that had a ferris wheel, swimming pools, games at the beach, and more. Neptune Beach was where the American snow cone and popsicle were first sold. Neptune Beach was eventually shut down due to a loss of popularity as other areas in the Bay Area rgion became more popular. Now, Alameda is a destination for wind surfers and kite surfers, particularly at the Robert W. Crown Memorial State Beach. The city is a vibrant cultural area with lots to do.
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By Jennifer Brett. As the leaves start to fall in the northern climes, boaters are making their winter plans for their vessels. Whether you have a cruising sailboat, a trawler or a center console, here are five tips that you can do when winterizing your boat to lessen the impact… SEE MORE
By John Loeffler. Cargo ships carrying hundreds of thousands of shipping containers full of holiday gifts, electronics, decorations, and more are languishing off the coasts outside America’s largest ports, threatening to disrupt this year’s Black Friday and holiday shopping season — and there might be worse in store in the… SEE MORE
By NOAA Fisheries. Temperatures are cooling, leaves are changing colors, and the smell of pumpkin spice fills the air—all signs of fall in the United States! This time of year is meaningful for many reasons. At NOAA Fisheries, it’s a time to celebrate seafood because October is National Seafood Month.… SEE MORE