Immerse Yourself in Civil War History in a Dramatic Setting
From its vantage point overlooking the spectacular Golden Gate, Fort Point protected San Francisco harbor from Confederate and foreign attack during and after the U.S. Civil War. Its beautifully arched casemates display the art of the master brick mason from the Civil War period.Read More
Fort Point Pier Crabbing Now Full
Learn about crabbing in San Francisco Bay and try your luck with our nets. We are fully booked through May and not yet accepting summer reservations.Read More
Access Information for Visitors with Disabilities
Click below to find out what accessibility resources are available in GGNRA for the enjoyment of your visit.Read More
Special Use Permits
Find out how to apply for a special use permit through the SPUG Office for filming, weddings, beach fires, or any other events that require a permit.Read More
Presidio of San Francisco
Explore the history of the Presidio of San Francisco, former military base.Read More
Be A Park Hero! Volunteer for the GGNRA Today!
Learn how you can volunteer for GGNRA. There are many opportunities available for individuals, families, and even groups.Read More
Did You Know?
Dora Thompson, chief nurse, helped save lives during the 1906 SF Earthquake. In 1914, she became superintendent of the Nurse Corps then returned to Letterman Hospital in 1922, where they dedicated a hall in her honor. Although the Hall is gone the restored creek still flows through Thompson Hollow.