Jack London Square is an entertainment and business destination on the waterfront of Oakland, California, United States. Named after the author Jack London and owned by the Port of Oakland, it is the home of stores, restaurants, hotels, an Amtrak station, a San Francisco Bay Ferry ferry dock, the historic Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon, the (re-located) cabin where Jack London lived in the Klondike, and a movie theater. A farmer's market is hosted among the retail shops on Sunday mornings. The former presidential yacht USS Potomac is moored at an adjacent slip.
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It really goes to show that you don’t need a lot of space to get the creative juices flowing! Jack London’s cabin and white wolf accompanying are great historic relic in the redeveloped Jack London Square.
This is a very cool piece of history. Next door is a old bar that you should not miss, the floor is slanted and it looks like an old cabin as well. Love this spot!
Great historic site
The original cabin of Jack London.
This is an awesome public waterfront area with restaurants, shops, entertainment and more. I walk my dogs here almost daily, everyone is friendly and it is a beautiful area with scenic views.
What a gem, just have a drink and go back in time