Point San Pablo

Point San Pablo is a small historic community isolated at the far end of the Potrero Hills at Point San Pablo in Richmond, California.

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San Marino
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Point San Pablo - Overview
... The area also features the Point San Pablo Yacht Harbor marina and a Sportsman's Club ... The village is also the starting point for visitors to the East Brother Light Station, a small B B inn and a designated California historic landmark ... shoreline, the Sister Islands, and the East Bay Regional Park District Point Pinole regional shoreline are all visible ...
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... Point San Pablo is a small historic community isolated at the far end of Point San Pablo in Richmond, California ...
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San Pablo Peninsula - Overview
... The peninsula runs between Castro Cove and Point San Pablo and is dominated by the steep ridges of the Potrero Hills an escarpment that runs along the entire ... The peninsula is home to Point San Pablo Yacht Club, Winehaven, Point Molate, Point San Pablo, Point Molate Regional Shoreline and Point Molate Marsh ...

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