Alameda, CA, July 31, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- If you live in Alameda, you probably already know that Crown Beach is a West End haven for all things water, wind and sand related. But if you’re a beginning kiteboarder, finding a good spot in the Bay Area to get started may be a little dicey. Thanks to The SF Chronicle's Datebook, getting to that perfect spot has just gotten easier. Recently touted as the best beach for beginning kiteboarders (Datebook July 27, 2014), Crown Memorial Beach at the West End of the island city of Alameda offers more than just a safe place to put in. Kiteboarders of all skill levels will find everything they need, from lessons, to rentals, gear and repairs. And if kiteboarding isn’t your style, you can look into wind surfing, stand up paddle, and even kid camps at Boardsports School. http://boardsportsschool.com/
Datebook also gave note to Crown Beach’s dog-friendliness and to the many restaurants found close by on Webster Street. Whether you like to hang from a kite in the wind, or just like to hang out at a great beach, it’s definitely worth a trip to Alameda to visit one of the best beaches in California. Alameda is just a quick trip through the Webster Street tube, and a world away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. A stroll along the beach reveals a world-class view of San Francisco, and catch killer sunsets in the evening.
West Alameda Business Association, referred to as WABA, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and advocating for local businesses in West Alameda. WABA is an official Main Street organization, a designation of the National Main Street Center, and a division of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.Find out more about West Alameda and Webster Street by visiting www.westalamedabusiness.com.