The city of Oakland lies directly across the San Francisco Bay, 6 miles east of the City of San Francisco. Oakland’s Former coastal terrace prairie of farmlands rich with timber served as a great resource in the building of San Francisco. In the late 1860s Oakland became the site of the Western Terminal of the Transcontinental Railroad and that combined with the development of the Port of Oakland, Now the fifth busiest port in the United States, helped create the driving seat of Commerce the which is the City of Oakland today.
Oakland is home to many thriving professional sports franchises such as the Oakland A’s Major League Baseball Team, the Oakland Raiders NFL Football Team, and the Golden State Warriors NBA basketball team. Ranked number one in climate amongst cities in the United States, Oakland also enjoys a healthy mix of manufacturing, Dot-Com, and healthcare companies within this ethically diverse city.
Oakland also boasts nearly 6000 acres of recreation centers and parks which include the Joaquin Miller Park, Joseph Knowland State Arboretum and Park, Lake Merritt, Morcom Rose Garden, Mosswood Park, Rancho San Antonio, William Joseph McInnes Botanic Garden and Campus Arboretum in the Mills College Campus,. In addition, there are seven East Bay Regional Parks, within the city of Oakland such as Anthony Chabot Regional Park, Huckleberry Botanic Regional Preserve, Leona Canyon Regional Open Space Preserve, Redwood Regional Park, Robert Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve, Roberts Regional Recreation Area, Temescal Regional Park, Axis Dance Company, Chabot Space Center, Children’s Fairyland, Chinatown, Dunsmuir House, Fox Oakland Theatre, Jack London Square, Joaquin London Square, Joaquin Miller Park, Lake Merritt, Lake Temescal, Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum, Home of baseball’s Oakland Athletics and the Oakland Raiders of the NFL, Oakland Aviation Museum, Oakland Museum of California, Oakland Public Library, Oakland Symphony, Oakland Zoo, Oracle Arena Home to the Golden State Warriors of the NBA, Paramount Theater, Peralta Hacienda Historical Park, Redwood Regional Park, Preservation Park and the USS Potomac, Franklin D Roosevelt’s presidential yacht.
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