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Waterfront Park is a park along the San Francisco Embarcadero, near Pier 39, in the U.S. state of California. The park, which was established in 1976, is owned by the Port Authority. The park is home to the sculpture of the Skygate.


Waterfront Park is a 150-acre park located on North Court Street via Ferry Street. Four ball field complexes with concessions and toilets, soccer field, picnic areas, playground areas, horse-shoe pits and bocce ball courts, restroom, marina and fishing pier. Twelve-hundred-seat amphitheater and skate park. Located in the back of the Boccé ball courts.

Directions: Go west on Ferry Street, turn right on Joe DiMaggio Drive, then turn left on North Court Street. Waterfront Park is on the right.

Picnic Areas


Waterfront East

120 People- 4 BBQ's

$300 deposit (refundable)

Martinez Resident/Non-profit $180

Non-Resident/Non-profit $240

Corporate $360

Waterfront West

180 People- 4 BBQ's

$300 deposit (refundable)

Martinez Resident/Non-profit $270

Non-Resident/Non-profit $360

Corporate $540

Park Trees

Waterfront Pavilion

60 People- 1 BBQ

$150 deposit (refundable)

Martinez Resident/Non-profit $55

Non-Resident/Non-profit $99

Corporate $187





For more than 40 years, Martinez Marina has been supporting boating and fishing enthusiasts. In 1993, the City adopted a Marine Master Plan calling for the upgrade and replacement of the marina. The plans included a new boat launch ramp, deeper water channels for boats in the marina, a new bait shop, a boat storage facility, a waterfront restaurant and more.


Marina's progress to date includes the removal of the old ferry pier, the construction of the Ferry Point Plaza, the launch of the new boat and the initial dredging of the marina entrance. The next phase will involve more dragging, repairing the water wall and reconfiguring the entrance. This is a multi-phase project that will take place over the next several years and will depend on the availability of public and private funding.


Ferry Point

Ferry Point-Recognizing the tragic bus accident at the Yuba City Union High School that occurred on May 21, 1976 at the off-road I-680/Marina Vista, which killed 28 people.

Martinez, California is blessed with so many wonderful parks you don’t want to miss:

  • Cappy Ricks Park

  • Foothills Park

  • Golden Hills Park

  • Hidden Lakes Park

  • Hidden Valley Park

  • Highland Avenue Park

  • Holiday Highlands Park

  • John Muir Park


All of these wonderful parks are located just a short distance from our location located at 111 Arthur Road in Martinez, CA 94553! Stop by for a visit anytime!

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