East Bay Regional Park District operates Robert W. Crown Memorial State Beach. Please visit their website for additional information. Dogs Allowed? Dogs allowed only on lawn areas and along the paved pathways. Dogs not allowed on the beach. In the city of Alameda, the visitor center is located on McKay Avenue.How did Alameda Beach get its name?
This state beach was named in memory of State Assemblyman Robert W. Crown, who campaigned for the site's preservation as public parkland. Known as Alameda Beach from the 1880s until the outbreak of World War II, it was an amusement center and day-trip destination for San Francisco and Bay Area residents.How much does it cost to park at Crown Memorial Beach?
Start your review of Crown Memorial State Beach. $5 cash only per car to enter beach parking lot. Clean and beautiful beach. There is 1 bathroom stall and 2 porta potty. Use at your own risk.Where is the Alameda national park visitor center located?
More sand has been added since then, and groins have been constructed to keep it in place. In the city of Alameda, the visitor center is located on McKay Avenue. The weather can be changeable; layered clothing is recommended.