Martin Luther King Jr. Shoreline

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Coordinates: 37°43′52.08″N 122°12′24.18″W / 37.7311333°N 122.2067167°W / 37.7311333; -122.2067167

Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline
Type Regional Shoreline
Location San Francisco Bay Area
Nearest city Oakland, California
Area Template:741
Created 1993
Operated by East Bay Regional Parks
Status Open

Martin Luther King Jr. Shoreline is a regional park located on the shores of the San Leandro Bay in Oakland, California. Part of the East Bay Regional Parks system, it is named after Civil Rights Movement leader Martin Luther King Jr. The park was established in 1993 on a 741 acres (300 ha) tract of land leased from the Oakland Airport.[1]

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  • The Shoreline Center is an indoor-outdoor venue that is available for parties, weddings, corporate, school and other group events. It contains a main room, an outdoor deck and a commercial kitchen. Catering can be provided. The facility is rated for 60 guests (seated) or 125 (standing).[1]
  • The Tidewater Boating Center is a complex that includes an ADA-accessible dock, a boat house and boat storage area, training area, Recreation Department offices and a security residence. The area of the complex is 12,300 square feet (1,140 m2).[1]

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